A new documentary, Talking Black in America, explores African American English through interviews with linguists, speakers, and educators. Walt Wolfram, director of the Language and Life Project and the film's executive producer, discusses the project.
Linguist Cecile McKee explores the early stages of language development with five of the first words that English-speaking children say.
Can physical books and eBooks coexist, or are they hopelessly at odds? Linguist Naomi Baron weighs in.
Peter Wegner blends art and language in this adverb-inspired installation.
Patty Isacson Sabee Joins Planet Word as its First Executive Director
D.C.’s Franklin School to become nation’s first interactive museum of words and language
A short essay listing the five favorite words (and why) by contributor Erin McKean, a noted lexicographer, author of seven books, and founder of the nonprofit online dictionary Wordnik.com
Set Top Box, part of a series of artworks that deconstructs a television broadcast in real time to reveal hidden patterns of language
An interview about talkobamato.me with Ed King, who describes creating this wildly popular website, his inspiration, the implications of the website, and the potential applications of the technology
A message from Ann Friedman on the creation of Planet Word