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Great: a massive, important, meaningless word

date of publication: 
2016-04-15
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Boston Globe, "Ideas", by Mark Peters

NEH Love

The year 2015 marked the 50th anniversary of the National Endowment for the Humanities.  To celebrate, NEH highlighted 50 NEH-funded projects and the DARE project was one of them. In this photo, DARE staff contribute to NEH's social media campaign by showing why we love the humanities. 

Quarterly Update 3 is Here!

No more bangeing! DARE Quarterly Update 3, Winter 2016 is posted. Find out why you should be carrying a beau dollar, why bean stringing parties aren't as innocent as they first appear, and where you might find a good bowl of swagin. Enjoy—but watch out for broken ice!

Yinz, youse, and y’all

date of publication: 
2016-01-19
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Merrill Perlman, Columbia Journalism Review

New content you might have missed

We know you can't wait to see our next Quarterly Update, but in the meantime, check out some new content you might have missed: the Fall 2015 Newsletter or the posting of all the audio materials from the 2013–14 Online Survey of Wisconsin English telephone interviews.

Droppin’ the U (and G): The Pacific Northwest Accent, Analyzed

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2015-12-28
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The Corvallis Advocate

Flubdub: A Folksy, Rhymy, Awesome Word for BS

date of publication: 
2015-11-04
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Mark Peters, Lexicon Valley, Slate

Digital ‘DARE’ Update: Half-Price Holiday Special

date of publication: 
2015-12-14
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Allan Metcalf, Lingua Franca, The Chronicle of Higher Education
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