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FCS UB Held a Public Lecture on Mestizo Portu and Creole Languages

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Submit by prasetyafib on January 25, 2019 | Comment(s) : 0 | View : 598

Dr. Lilie Suratminto, a speaker in A Public Lecture on Mestizo Portu and Creole Languages
Dr. Lilie Suratminto, a speaker in A Public Lecture on Mestizo Portu and Creole Languages

On Thursday (1/24/2019), Anthropology Study Program, Faculty of Cultural Studies (FCS) Universitas Brawijaya (UB) held a Public Lecture with the theme "Mestizo Portu and Creole Languages - Kampung Tugu, North Jakarta". Held in the Auditorium 2nd floor of building A FCS UB, started at 12.00 WIB, this activity was open for public, especially for lecturers and students of Anthropology Study Program FCS UB and the academic community of UB.

Dr. Lilie Suratminto, a Linguist and Teacher of Linguistics at FCS Universitas Indonesia and the Dean of Faculty of Social and Humanities, Universitas Budhi Dharma, Tangerang, attended as a speaker in this public lecture. Ary Budiyanto, M.A, a Lecturer of Anthropology Study Program FCS UB as the moderator. The Dean of FCS UB, Prof. Dr. Agus Suman, SE., DEA. also attended to open this public lecture.

This public lecture was intended to open lectures on Language and Culture classes. The study of linguistic culture basically talks about how humans communicate both in their communities and with other communities outside their groups. This study is a multidisciplinary study that at least brings together three domains of the study of linguistics, namely Communication, Linguistics, and Sociology, but this study will be applied to the realm of anthropology. This lecture is also to see what is happening in linguistic culture when a language culture and individuals in a language culture meet and interact with other cultures.

The objectives of this public lecture included developing and increasing knowledge of Language and Culture studies in Anthropology students of FCS UB and other humanities researchers to conduct interesting and important research, sharing tips in ethnographic research on linguistic culture and fostering great inspiration and interest in qualitative research on simple but intelligent linguistic culture and solutions for nation building. (DT/MSH/PSIK FIB)





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