A ‘professional tourist’ in Leeds: gaining new approaches to the study of school environments

Guest post by Tamás Péter Szabó, University of Jyväskylä Tamás visited the Leeds TLANG team back in December of last year to discuss his fascinating research into linguistic landscapes – with a particular focus on schools. Tamás’ work links with the research coming from the TLANG project on linguistic landscapes and the team were also able to discuss… Read More A ‘professional tourist’ in Leeds: gaining new approaches to the study of school environments

Can multimodal analysis help us to understand (super)diversity in place?

By Caroline Tagg On Thursday 14th April, Elisabetta Adami presented initial findings from her work on the University of Leeds based project, Leeds Voices: communicating superdiversity in the market, at the UCL Institute of Education, London. Her multimodal analysis of Kirkgate Market highlights the complexity that superdiversity brings not only to public life but to the… Read More Can multimodal analysis help us to understand (super)diversity in place?