Aside from participating actively in the seminar discussions, students in 24.S96 Linguistics and Social Justice: Language, Education, and Human Rights were expected to complete the following:

  • a prospectus for a (preliminary) project that addresses a specific instance of linguistic discrimination and its redress;
  • in-class presentation of an analysis or action plan; and 
  • a final write-up of this presentation—perhaps the draft of a policy paper grounded in some linguistic aspect of the relevant community.