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Event to attend: ‘The World of Language – Languages of the World’

October 12, 2017 by

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As part of the ESRC Festival of Social Science, Sascha Stollhans (PhD student and Teaching Assistant in LEL) and Eva Adelseck (German Studies) are hosting a day on “The World of Language – Languages of the World” on 10 November 2017. There will be two main events: An interactive exhibition, showcasing linguistics research at the […]

LEL links with China

December 19, 2016 by

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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. […]

Paderborn and beyond

August 5, 2016 by

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This post is guest-written by second-year LEL student Joss Hordern, and is the second and final in a series. It’s hard to believe that my time here is already drawing to a close. Over the past few months, Paderborn has become my home, and I think it will be quite strange re-adjusting to life in […]

Study Abroad Reflections

July 7, 2016 by

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This post is guest-written by Molly Joslin, and is the third and final instalment of a series (part 1 here; part 2 here). Featured image (top): Sunset over the Corromandel. All images by Molly. As quickly as it came around, my term in Auckland is over. The last couple of months since Easter break have […]

Homeward bound

June 15, 2016 by

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This post is guest-written by Alberto Moron Hernandez, and is the third and final instalment of a series (part 1 here; part 2 here). All images by Alberto. My semester abroad has finished and it is time to return home. It just so happens that I’m travelling the long way around – meandering down the […]

Auckland in autumn

May 3, 2016 by

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This post is guest-written by second-year LEL student Molly Joslin. So mid-semester exams are over and done with, and I have had a sudden realisation that we are half way through the semester already. Summer’s gone and Auckland has become autumnal. After the first couple of weeks wandering around campus, I can confidently say that […]

Studying abroad in Paderborn

April 2, 2016 by

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This post is guest-written by second-year LEL student Joss Hordern. I have been in Paderborn for a month now, and it has simply flown by. I had brought so much with me to entertain myself because I was afraid of getting bored – no fear of that happening! The first week or so I was […]