Margueritte Murphy and Samir Dayal, English professors at Bentley, recently collaborated on a collection of essays exploring the myths and realities of globalization. In this video, they discuss their book, Global Babel: Questions of Discourse and Communication in a Time of Globalization, which makes the case for adding local voices to the conversation about globalization’s impact on society.
Margueritte S. Murphy is an Associate Professor of English at Bentley with research interests that include political economy and aesthetics, Victorian studies and globalization theory. Recently she collaborated on a collection of essays with her colleague, Associate Professor Samir Dayal, who focuses on the cultural aspects of globalization. Their volume, Global Babel: Questions of Discourse and Communication in a Time of Globalization, seeks to understand globalization from multiple, transdisciplinary perspectives.