Kathy’s book in more than 300 Worldcat libraries — Thank you! :)
January 22, 2016
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I am delighted to inform you that my book, The U.S. Foreign Language Deficit, and Our National and Economic Security: A Bibliographic Essay on the U.S. Language Paradox, is in the collection of over 300 Worldcat libraries (319, as we speak), located more than 20 countries, in North America, South America, the Caribbean, Europe, the Middle East, Asia, Africa, New Zealand, and Australia, in addition to the United States.
Many thanks to all — librarians and readers — who have engaged with my writing and research! 🙂
You may find a list of my current publications @ https://kathleensteinsmith.wordpress.com/my-publications/
My TEDx talk — The U.S. Foreign Language Deficit and Our Economic and National Security: What It Is; Why It Matters; and What We Can Do about It — may be viewed @ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8CZ7zu5Aeu0
As always, your support and encouragement are greatly appreciated.
Languages do matter!