LangScape Curators in Beeston, South Leeds

By Jessica Bradley  Researchers from the TLANG project and FAHACS will be in Beeston over the February half term holiday to continue the ‘LangScape Curators’ programme. This work is supported by the Educational Engagement Social Sciences Cluster. Over the course of the three-day programme, young people from the IntoUniversity Leeds South centre in Beeston will… Read More LangScape Curators in Beeston, South Leeds

TLANG and ESOL-Research e-seminar 2017

We are very pleased to announce the start of the ESOL-Research Forum e-seminar. 2017 e-seminar: ‘Translanguaging, superdiversity and ESOL’ ESOL-Research email forum in collaboration with The AHRC-funded ‘Translation and Translanguaging: Investigating Linguistic and Cultural and Transformation in Superdiverse Wards in Four UK Cities (TLang)’ Monday 23 January 2017 – Friday 10 February 2017 The e-seminar… Read More TLANG and ESOL-Research e-seminar 2017

Arts-based research; research-based arts

James Simpson, University of Leeds Finland gained its independence from Russia in 1917, and the Finnish National Theatre is running a project to celebrate the country’s hundredth birthday next year. The work is called Toinen Koti, which translates as ‘another home’. Jussi Lehtonen, an actor with the Finnish National Theatre, leads the work, a documentary… Read More Arts-based research; research-based arts