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?
The Department of Linguistics and English Language at Lancaster University continues to feature in the Top 10 in the latest league table publications.
Lancaster University and Trinity College London have won the Award for Best Research at this year's International e-Assessment Awards.
We are delighted to announce that the department has successfully bid for a CASE PhD studentship under the umbrella of the North West Social Sciences Doctoral Training Partnership.
Each year the department offers paid, research internships to second-year Linguistics and English Language undergraduates.
The Centre for Corpus Approaches to Social Science (CASS) will receive £2.5 million funding from the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) and the University to continue existing activities and pursue a new research programme for five more years.
We are pleased to announce the next run of the free online learning course on 'Dyslexia and language teaching’ between 16th of April and 13th of May 2018.
The Department of Linguistics and English Language and the ESRC Centre for Corpus Approaches to Social Science will play a leading role in the new Heritage Language Consortium. The Consortium is a strategic partnership for the study of heritage languages in Europe and involves six leading universities in the UK, Germany and Portugal, as well as the Portuguese Ministry of Foreign Affairs.