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By David Gramling, University of Arizona Dodowa is a town west of Accra with red-dirt roads, loads of free-roaming chickens, heavy-laden plantain trees, and a steady incline up from the Accra seacoast toward the mountains. When in Dodowa you ask directions … Continue reading

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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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Questions about writing multilingually

Reflections on the “How We Write Multilingually” Round table held at the University of Glasgow on 24 February 2016. Sarah Stewart School of Literatures, Languages and Cultures , University of Edinburgh My initial reflections at the ‘How We Write Multilingually’ round-table were … Continue reading

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New MOOC – Register Now! “Multilingual Learning for a Globalised World”

This free online course has been developed by the RM Borders team and our critical friend, Elwira Grossman in the School of Modern Languages and Cultures at The University of Glasgow.   The 3-week course freely available through the FutureLearn platform … Continue reading

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Being Human at Language Fest

Katja Frimberger reflects on Language Fest held at the CCA 18/19 Nov 2014 Last week I found myself singing songs in 36 languages with my grant colleagues and over 40 college students in the Centre for Contemporary Arts in inner-city Glasgow. … Continue reading

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