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Words for Granted

Words for Granted is a podcast that looks at how words change over time. Host Ray Belli uses language--more specifically, individual words--as a way of making connections among history, culture, religion, and society.

info_outline Episode 71: Noah Webster’s Dictionary 06/15/2019
info_outline Episode 70: Noah Webster (Early Works and Spelling Reforms) 05/26/2019
info_outline Episode 69: OK 05/05/2019
info_outline Episode 68: Yankee 04/13/2019
info_outline Episode 67: The American Pronunciation of R (Rhoticity) 03/31/2019
info_outline Episode 66: The Emergence of the American Lexicon 03/12/2019
info_outline Interview with Lynne Murphy, Author of "The Prodigal Tongue" 03/04/2019
info_outline Episode 65: Dialect vs. Language 02/20/2019
info_outline Episode 64: France 02/01/2019
info_outline Episode 63: Turkey 01/14/2019
info_outline Episode 62: Cincinnati 01/05/2019
info_outline Episode 61: Names of Germany 12/17/2018
info_outline Episode 60: Wales 12/02/2018
info_outline Episode 59: Proper Place Names (General Overview) 11/16/2018
info_outline Episode 58: Gymnasium 10/30/2018
info_outline Episode 57: Category 10/15/2018
info_outline Episode 56: Apology 10/01/2018
info_outline Episode 55: Sophisticated 09/12/2018
info_outline Episode 54: Philosophy 09/02/2018
info_outline Episode 53: They 08/20/2018
info_outline Episode 52: Linguistic Subjectification (Very, Really, Literally, etc.) 08/01/2018
info_outline Episode 51: The 07/17/2018
info_outline *Crossover Episode w/ Steve Guerra from The History of the Papacy Podcast* 07/06/2018
info_outline Episode 50: -ly (Adverbial Suffix) 06/30/2018
info_outline Episode 49: To Be 06/14/2018
info_outline Episode 48: History of English Grammar (General Overview) 06/04/2018
info_outline Episode 47: Secular 05/05/2018
info_outline Episode 46: God (and His Biblical Names) 04/24/2018
info_outline Episode 45: Hell 04/01/2018
info_outline Episode 44: Letter J 03/06/2018
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