Professor Meagan Driver starts as the director of new Romance and Classical Studies Multilingual Lab

The Multilingual Lab conducts and supports scholarly work that explores both the benefits of multilingualism, as well as the social challenges that are faced by many multilingual and marginalized communities, including immigrant, Indigenous, and heritage communities, ethnoracial minorities, Deaf and LGBTQ+ communities, and individuals with disabilities, to name a few. As a key objective, the Lab explores multilingual topics from interdisciplinary perspectives in the social sciences, education, and the humanities, among other fields, and aims to collaborate with and make research findings accessible to the greater community by supporting events and methods of dissemination in various languages and forms.

Professor Meagan Driver, director of the Multilingual Lab

The Lab welcomes students, faculty, visiting scholars, community members, and collaborators from any and all scholarly backgrounds and academic levels. Those interested can reach out to the Lab Director, Dr. Meagan Driver, at to get involved and to join the Lab listserv.