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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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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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The Backstory to Our “Doing Research Multilingually” Focus

Richard Fay, from the Researching Multilingually Team, looks back …. A serendipitous cup of coffee …. During a break in a seminar in Sheffield in 2009, Mike Byram was with one of his (then) PhD students, Shu-Hsin Chen, and I … Continue reading

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