Forget about Snapchat, WhatsApp and Facebook, for the Edwardians it was all about the picture postcard.
The internet has become a weapon for terrorists, who use social media and other technologies to organise, recruit and spread propaganda. So is it possible to turn technology around and use it to not only catch terrorists but predict and potentially stop terror attacks before they happen?
On Wednesday 1 June 2016 the Second Language Learning and Teaching (SLLAT) research group hosted an MA poster market.
From March 27 to April 8, 2016, Willem Hollmann led a group of LAEL students to and around Boston and New York, travelling along with around 70 students from other departments from FASS and other faculties.
Ruth Wodak has been interviewed widely this week in relation to the Austrian presidential election and the narrow defeat of the rightwing Freedom party.
Linguistics at Lancaster is ranked 6th in the UK in the 2017 Complete University Guide.
Linguistics at Lancaster is 15th in the world in the 2016 QS World University rankings by subject.
Congratulations to Linguistics PhD candidate, Noura Alghamdi, who has been awarded best paper for her recent conference presentation.
Lancaster University’s world-renowned language pioneers, spanning four generations of researchers, received The Queen’s Anniversary Prize for Higher and Further Education this week.
We are delighted to announce that the DysTEFL project (Dyslexia for Teachers of English as a Foreign Language www.dystefl.eu), in which Professor Judit Kormos was a key partner, has been selected as a "success story" by a panel of experts from the Directorate-General for Education and Culture of the European Commission.