Culture, Language, and Social Practice

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This article is about The program in Culture, Language, and Social Practice. For other uses, see Clasp (disambiguation).

The program in Culture, Language, and Social Practice (CLASP) is a graduate certificate program at the University of Colorado at Boulder offering a curriculum in various areas of sociocultural linguistics. The program is led by sociocultural linguist Kira Hall, and sponsors the bi-annual Conference on Culture, Language, and Social Practice. The CLASP Conference is similar in structure to other grad-run conferences, such as the Symposium About Language and Society at the University of Texas at Austin and CLIC/LISO at the University of California, Los Angeles and University of California, Santa Barbara.

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