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Our Lectures in Linguistic Diversity are...

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Disinfectant activities

I am writing this from my village...

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Hamburg University will run a...

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Linguistics meets law

Publicado en Language on the Move el 19/01/2020

Laura and Alex getting ready for their presentation at the Humboldt...

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In his 2005 article ‘Will Indigenous Languages Survive?’ Michael Walsh described language revitalization as ‘profoundly political’. And Jacqueline Urla, in discussing the...

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Read a lot, write a lot! Reading enhances your productivity as this selection...

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ABC Radio National has the perfect holiday treat for language lovers: a 5-part podcast series about multilingualism in Australia. In “Tongue-tied and fluent”, Masako Fukui and Sheila Ngoc Pham (who also blogs here on Language on the Move) explore how ordinary Australians navigate the tensions between the nation’s imagined English monolingualism and its de facto multilingualism.

The Twitter thread below offers a quick teaser for each episode. Indulge yourself, head over to the Earshot website...

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Language on the Move is primarily concerned with linguistic resources that, in one way or another, have been or are ‘on the move’ and thus develops a profound understanding of...

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Attendees of the Humboldt...

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