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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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Some reflections on language-related issues in a PhD research project

This piece is reproduced with permission – first posted 6 April 2016 on http://www.glasgowsociology.com   By Dr Robert Gibb (This is the text of a talk given as part of a session on ‘Sociological Geographies’ at the BSA Postgraduate Forum Pre-Conference Day held … Continue reading

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PhD Studentship Opportunity: “Silence as an integration strategy?”

Please find below details of a 3-year PhD Studentship available from October 2016 working with case study 2 of the RM Borders project. Studentship Package Each studentship is tenable for three years of full-time study, and offers the following financial … Continue reading

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Why are you studying Arabic?

Maria Grazia Imperiale – University of Glasgow 28 August 2014  (Download post here: Why are you studying Arabic?) It has been a month I am in Alexandria (Egypt), or al-Iskandaryah in Arabic, or Alex in the slang used by young cool … Continue reading

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