On Saturday 29 September 2018, we welcomed three colleagues from Ghent University to Lancaster for the third Lancaster-Ghent linguistics symposium.
Congratulations to Emeritus Professor Ruth Wodak, who will receive the prestigious Lebenswerk-Preis (Lifetime Achievement Award) from the Austrian Ministry for Women, Families & Youth.
The Department of Linguistics and English Language at Lancaster University has maintained its 3rd place position in 2019 Times Good University guide.
Marion McClintock talks to Professor Paul Baker of Linguistics and English Language about his recent staff award for work on the language of Polari and its contribution to uncovering and highlighting LGBT heritage.
Under 8s across Europe and beyond are growing up in media-rich homes and public areas yet access to, and parents and teachers’ understanding of, digital technologies various enormously, say researchers.
Congratulations to language testing PhD student Salomé Villa Larenas who has been awarded a Doctoral Dissertation Grant (DDG) by The International Research Foundation for English Language Education.
Congratulations to Emily Gorman, this years winner of the Anna Siewierska prize. Linguistics and English Language undergraduate Emily Gorman graduates next week with a first class BA Hons in English Language.
On 28th June 2018, Dr. Oksana Afitska from the Department of Linguistics and English Language with financial support from the Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences Strategic Internationalisation Fund, Lancaster University, hosted an International Symposium on Content and Language Integrated Learning.
Portuguese government officials and officers from top English and Portuguese universities will join academics to discuss current and future challenges for research and higher education in the UK, Portugal and Europe.
Have you ever wondered what real spoken English looks like? Have you ever asked the question of whether people from different backgrounds (based on gender, age, social class etc.) use language differently? Have you ever thought it would be interesting to investigate how much English has changed over the last twenty years?