We are delighted to announce this year’s English Language and Linguistics Research Seminars. The programme features talks on a diverse and fascinating range of topics: from Anglo-Italian language contact in the 15th century and urban multilingualism in 16th- and 17th century England to literature and art as a cognitive object and using linguistics to detect false confessions ―and more!
Seminars take place every two weeks on Wednesdays at 16:00 in UG04 with the first seminar for this year on Wednesday 9 October by our colleague, Megan Tiddeman.
All events are open to the public and are FREE to attend.
To register your interest, please email P.Karatsareas@westminster.ac.uk
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