Capitalist Multilingualism as an Academic Challenge

Alexandre Duchêne, Professor of the Sociology of Language at the University of Fribourg and Co-Director of the Institute of Multilingualism, will be speaking at UCL IoE's Jeffery Hall, on Wednesday, 20th of  February, from 5:30-6:30 pm at part of their Applied Linguistics Research Seminar Series.  Professor Duchêne will be discussing how applied linguists, psycholinguists and … Continue reading Capitalist Multilingualism as an Academic Challenge

The Development of Children’s Understanding of Death by Georgia Panagiotaki and Carys Seeley

Georgia Pangiotaki, a Senior Lecturer at Norwich Medical School and Carys Seeley from the School of Psychology at the University of East Anglia will speak about their work investigating children's understanding of death. The research explores the development a child's understanding of death between 7 to 12 years and how this is affected by background … Continue reading The Development of Children’s Understanding of Death by Georgia Panagiotaki and Carys Seeley