Are we facing a ‘no-deal’, ‘cliff-edge’ or ‘clean’ Brexit? When and where did the word ‘Brexit’ first appear in the media? And why has the voice of business been ignored for so long?
We are delighted to announce that the Department of Linguistics and English Language at Lancaster University has been ranked as 12th in the world in the QS World University Rankings 2019 rankings (QS 2019).
We are pleased to announce a free online learning course on 'Dyslexia and language teaching’ which runs from 14th of April – 12th of May 2019.
Dr Julia Gillen gave two plenary talks in Helsinki this week as the guest of the Government of Finland and the University of Helsinki.
Vaclav Brezina's new book, Statistics in Corpus Linguistics - A Practical Guide (Cambridge University Press) is published.
While collecting data on the Isle of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides, Claire Nance featured on BBC Alba to talk about her research.
On Wednesday 17th October Veronika Koller delivered a public lecture "Talking about Brexit - voices from before and after the referendum" at The Storey, Lancaster.
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.