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We nooses tous des bastardi elettronici che usano lingue globali

Ours Lingages. The internet is my language mother. I speak with a voice that’s not my own, I speak in other voices, not my voice. We are all e-strangers, all nomads that use globish bastard languages. We are the alienated translated (wo)men in-between code and emotion, in-between our wish to be visible and our longing for intimacy. L’entre-deux = void. Can’t we be ‘with’ instead?

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‘Picture a Language’ Easter photo competition

The results are in...

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‘We are Multilingual’ launch

Monday 17th June saw the launch of ‘We Are Multilingual’ (WAM), a website of free resources for languages teachers. Over 60 teachers and PGCE students attended the event which was held at the Faculty of Education, Cambridge.

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Student Language Ambassadors

Friday, 14th June saw the launch of the latest of the MEITS projects with 12 Student Language Ambassadors (Cambridge undergraduates studying languages from all 4 years) attending a training session at Murray Edwards College, Cambridge.

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‘Language Journeys’ workshop

On 17th November 2018 eleven multilingual Year 9 students from four Nottinghamshire schools visited the University of Nottingham for the fourth in a series of five workshops exploring what it means to be multilingual. 

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‘Picture a Language’ Easter photo competition

Send us an image of what languages mean to you, with a chance to have it published!

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Languages and Others: Diversity and Humour in Catalonia and Ukraine

The strand 1-led conference ‘Languages and Others: Diversity and Humour in Catalonia and Ukraine’ took place on 18 March 2019 at the University of Cambridge. The aim of this conference was to bring together practitioners and scholars to address questions of diversity, linguistic unity and humour in Catalonia and Ukraine. It consisted of two round tables and concluded with a public lecture.

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Multilingual Practices in Early Modern Literary Culture

On 10-11 January 2019 at the University of Birmingham, an international conference, ‘Multilingual Practices in Early Modern Literary Culture’, brought together scholars from around the UK and continental Europe to explore ways in which multilingualism shaped early modern literary practice. The conference consisted of six panels, including scholars from a range of disciplines such as Modern Languages, English, Classics, Neo-Latin, and History. The event was made possible by a MEITs flexible funding award.

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