Learn to use productive humor in the course of the digital workshop on March 17



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KEARNEY – Comic and stand-up educator Emily Sabo presents a digital workshop on productive humor at 3:30 p.m. on March 17.

The occasion “What linguistics and cognitive science can inform us about productive humor (particularly in 2021)” is accessible on Zoom. It is free and open to the general public.

Throughout the workshop, Sabo will invite members to mirror on how they use humor of their private {and professional} lives and the way humor practices have modified over time – particularly in mild of present debates on inclusive language, freedom of expression and cancellation tradition. Sabo believes that humor will be an efficient instrument to maneuver in the direction of or away from heightened empathy and optimistic change. All of it comes all the way down to the notion of productive humor.

His presentation will even embrace suggestions for making on-line instructing and studying extra enjoyable and efficient.

Sabo works as a lecturer in Spanish research on the College of Tennessee and as a linguist for Mango Languages. She is in search of Spanish-English bilingualism, cognition and humor.

The digital workshop is sponsored by the College of Nebraska at Kearney’s Division of Trendy Languages and Senate Committee of College Artists and Lecturers.







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