Category Archives: Events

Judith Reynold’s paper wins prize

PhD student and member of the Researching Multilingually at Borders team Judith Reynolds, Durham University, presented a paper at the British Association for Applied Linguistics 2017 Annual Conference at Leeds University in September 2017. This paper won the Richard Pemberton Prize … Continue reading

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Looking, listening and seeing inside the law box

By Jane Andrews, University of the West of England Overview of the day Colleagues from the creative arts hub of the RM project collaborated with colleagues from Case Study 2 (project title: Translating Vulnerability and Silence into the Legal Process) … Continue reading

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New MOOC run starts today – 9 January 2017

The fourth run of our successful Massive Open Online Course will start today. You are all invited to join this free 3-week course, available through the Future Learn website: https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/multilingual/4/

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How researchers can draw on their multilingual resources when undertaking their research: “Researching Multilingually” doctoral researcher workshops

By Prue Holmes, Durham University Doctoral researchers, when undertaking their research, must often work multilingually during various phases of their project, e.g., with supervisors, gatekeepers and participants in the research site, translators and interpreters, people in the community in the … Continue reading

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New MOOC run starts 7 November

The third run of our successful Massive Open Online Course will start on the 7th of November. You are all invited to join this free 3-week course, available through the Future Learn website: https://www.futurelearn.com/courses/multilingual/3/

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The Languaging of Distress

The Senate Room, University of Glasgow Tuesday 11th October 2016, 9.30am and 4.00pm This knowledge exchange event aims to facilitate discussion between researchers, voluntary sector organizations and clinicians about the challenges and opportunities that exist in relation to supporting people … Continue reading

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Language which nourishes under pain and pressure

at Bristol Food Connections By Jane Andrews On 3rd May 2016 Jane Andrews, Alison Phipps and Tawona Sithole ran an event in the “Brain Food” strand of Bristol Food Connections Fringe Festival which involved a dialogue between Alison and Tawona … Continue reading

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‘Vulnerable Participants or Vulnerable Researchers?’ – Reflections from our Arizona Postgraduate Symposium

By Melissa Chaplin and Judith Reynolds As part of the Project Symposium held at the University of Arizona in Tucson from 14 to 18 March 2016, the PhD students within the Researching Multilingually at Borders project had the fantastic opportunity … Continue reading

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Education and Migration Conference: Durham 21-23 Oct 2016

EDUCATION AND MIGRATION: LANGUAGE FOREGROUNDED 21-23 (Friday – Sunday) October, 2016, School of Education, Durham University, Durham, United Kingdom The purpose of this international conference is to bring together researchers and educators who are researching and working in educational contexts … Continue reading

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