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“Ethnic identity is twin skin to linguistic identity – I am my language.” – Gloria Anzaldúa

“[W]e are more than our skin hues…. We intersect … with our culture(s), language(s), race(s), gender(s), sexuality(ies), ability(ies), religion(s), and spirituality(ies). Our complicated identities cannot be discussed or examined in isolation from one another. These identity complexities, which create our multifaceted range of beings, must matter too.” – Bettina Love

We students and teacher scholars in Global English Studies at TCU also use, study, and/or identify by these languages:

Afrikaans Afrikaans
American Sign Language
Arabic العربية
Burmese မြန်မာစာ
Cantonese 廣東話
Cherokee ᏣᎳᎩ
Chinese (Simplified) 简体中文
Chinese (Traditional) 繁體字
Commanche Nʉmʉ Tekwapʉ
Congolese KiKongo
Czech Český Jazyk
Danish Dansk
Dari دريلو
Dutch Nederlands
French (African) Français africain
French (European) Français européen
German Deutsch
Hebrew עברית
Hindi हिन्दी
Indonesian Bahasa Indonesia
Italian Italiano
Japanese 日本語
Kachin ကချင်ဘာသာ
Korean 한국어
Mandarin 國語
Persian فارسی
Polish Język polski
Portuguese (African) portuguesa do africano
Portuguese (Brazilian) português do Brasil
Portuguese (European) português europeu
Burundian KiRundi
Romanian Română
Russian Pусский
Rwandan KinyaRwanda
Serbian Српски
Slovene Slovenščina
Somalian اللغة الصومالية
Spanish (American) español americano
Spanish (European) español europeo
Swahili KiSwahili
Taiwanese Hokkien 福佬話
Telugu తెలుగు
Thai ภาษาไทย
Turkish Türkçe
Vietnamese Tiếng Việt