Thanks to Tom Williamson, Final year BA (Hons) Linguistics and Philosophy student, for his review of the 3rd Annual Crete Summer School of Linguistics.
Jonathan Culpeper and Alison Findlay feature in a new 45-minute BBC Radio 3 Podcast called “New thinking: Shakespeare’s Language”, presented by John Gallagher.
Congratulations to Stella Eva Tsiapali who has won the Anna Siewierska Memorial Prize.
Congratulations is due to Amy Sharpe who has been awarded a certificate for outstanding academic performance.
Julia Gillen visited Ghana 23-29 June for the project Peer to Peer Deaf Multiliteracies: towards a sustainable approach to education.
On Friday 28th June 2019, we welcomed around 60 delegates to Lancaster for the Encyclopedia of Shakespeare’s Language Symposium.
The department would like to congratulate Matthew Robinson who has been awarded Special Merit in the British Council Masters Dissertation Awards 2019.
On Friday 10 May 2019, five members of staff participated in the follow-up Lancaster-Ghent linguistics symposium on Grammar in Focus in Belgium.
NHS receptionists attract bad press because they are right in the firing line – not because they do a bad job, according to research by Lancaster University linguists.
Language testing PhD student Santi Lestari has been awarded a British Council Assessment Research Award to assist her with her research on scales for rating reading-into-writing tasks.