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December 19, 2016 by manling
Comments Off on LEL links with China
Every year, LEL sends a representative to China to talk to our partner universities on the 2+2 scheme. This year, the honour fell to Dr George Walkden, accompanied by Dr Ben Walker from Recruitment & Admissions. Here they are in the English room at Shanghai Ocean University, with a host of interested students and staff. […]
October 3, 2016 by manling
Comments Off on Language provisions in access to care
A new report by the Multilingual Manchester team addresses provision of interpreters and language services in Manchester, with the aim of establishing whether there are any barriers to the use of language provisions that potentially affect access to health care. The report has the title Language provisions in access to primary and hospital care in […]
September 30, 2016 by manling
Comments Off on The case against linguaphobia
Yaron Matras is featured on Manchester Policy Blogs this week, making the case against linguaphobia. Next week will see the launch of the Multilingual Communities strand of the AHRC-funded OWRI project, which Yaron and the Multilingual Manchester team head up. Watch this space! Featured image: people eating food, from the Policy Blogs page.
April 6, 2016 by manling
Comments Off on We are relevant
PhD student George Bailey features in the Faculty of Humanities’ latest video, giving a demo of the ultrasound machine. The footage is from the Dissecting Language event at the Museum of Science and Industry last year, run by Laurel MacKenzie. You can watch the video below! George’s part starts at 0:47, under “Putting theory into […]
February 26, 2016 by manling
Comments Off on LinguaSnapp launched!
The Deputy Leader of Manchester City Council, Councillor Sue Murphy, joined the University of Manchester President and Vice Chancellor, Professor Dame Nancy Rothwell, on 23rd February to launch LinguaSnapp – Multilingual Manchester’s brand new mobile app. An audience of University colleagues and external stakeholders heard speeches celebrating the city’s diversity from Professor Dame Rothwell and […]
January 28, 2016 by manling
Comments Off on Tine is an AHRC Leadership Fellow!
LEL’s Tine Breban has been awarded Leadership Fellow funding by the Arts & Humanities Research Council! Tine’s project starts on 1 July 2016 and will last until 15 Sept 2017. The title of the project is A methodology for qualitative analysis of historical corpus data: New insights about language change from a micro-analytical approach. The […]
December 1, 2015 by manling
Comments Off on LinguaSnapp now available!
LinguaSnapp — the Multilingual Manchester app that enables you to capture, store, and analyse linguistic landscapes — is now available on the Apple app store (and soon to follow on Android). LinguaSnapp is a project to develop a multilingual landscape map of Manchester, UK. We are trying to find the hotspots where more than one […]