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Researching Multilingually’ in Sociology and Anthropology

By Dr Robert Gibb 8 September 2014 Reproduced with kind permission by the author from glasgowsociology.com What sorts of issues are raised when more than one language is used in a sociological or anthropological research project? Language has long been an important … 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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Imagine you are a Palestinian academic or a student

This post is reproduced from an article on Mondoweiss with permission by the author.  The original article can be found here. By Nazmi Al-Masri on August 12, 2014 Over the one-year period from July 2013 to July 2014, I was supposed to … Continue reading

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Welcome to the Researching Multilingually project blog!

From refugee camps, to border zones between so-called ‘first and third world’ countries; from the struggle to express profound trauma to the desire to overcome conditions of siege – in all these places lives are lived multilingually. Understanding and researching … Continue reading

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