What would the Elizabethans actually have made of Shakespeare’s language?
With deep regret we announce the sudden death of Alan Waters, who died unexpectedly on Friday, 22nd July.
Congratulations to the great achievement of Niki Canham, who won a commendation award of the British Council Masters Dissertation Award with Best Potential for Impact on English Language Teaching (ELT).
Congratulations to Amy Freer, this years winner of the Anna Siewierska prize and the Chancellor's Medal.
Congratulations to Tineke Brunfaut, who received the TOEFL Outstanding Young Scholar Award at the Language Testing Research Colloquium (LTRC) in Palermo this week.
Professor McEnery is Distinguished Professor of English Language and Linguistics at Lancaster University and Director of the ESRC Centre for Corpus Approaches to Social Science (CASS). His work at CASS has been focused on bringing linguistic analysis to bear on a number of interdisciplinary contexts, focussing on topics as diverse as climate change, Islamophobia, medical communication and poverty.
Congratulations to Dr Sam Kirkham, one of the overall winners of the ‘Undergraduate Teaching Award’ in the 2016 Lancaster University Student Led Teaching Awards.
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.