by Professor Kira Hall, University of Colorado Boulder The QMUL Linguistics Department and the Centre for Language, Discourse and Communication at King’s are thrilled to welcome Professor Kira Hall (University of Colorado Boulder) for a special invited talk, entitled ‘Middle Class Timelines, Ethnic Humour, and Sexual Modernity in Delhi’, on Thursday 4th April at 17:00 … Continue reading Middle Class Timelines, Ethnic Humour, and Sexual Modernity in Delhi
The Forum On Language Learning Motivation are holding an event on how to successfully complete a masters dissertation in motivation for language learning and teaching. If you're interested, find out more here. To register, go to this page.
Join us at the Centre for Language, Discourse & Communication for a seminar with Emma Browning, one of our PhD students, who will be discussing her research findings. The seminar is on at 2-3pm on Wednesday 6th February and is the first seminar this term in the Language, Mind and Society series.
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
Dr Diane Potts will be speaking at Queen Mary, University of London on Thursday 29th November from 4.30pm - 5.30pm. Her talk is titled 'Reflecting on the profession: language educators in the context of constant change'. "If everyone teaches language, who is the language educator? This decades-old question is worth asking anew with the rise … Continue reading Language educators in the context of constant change: a talk by Dr Diane Potts
The Centre for Language, Discourse and Communication at King's College London will be holding a Cross-London Sociolinguistics seminar on Tuesday 27th November 2018, from 5-7pm. This sessions will explore issues around these areas: Are questions about political engagement becoming more salient for sociolinguists, and if so, why? What, if anything, can we learn from the … Continue reading Cross-London Sociolinguistics Seminar at KCL