The Sixth Cambridge Conference on Language Endangerment 'Curriculum Design and Evaluation for Endangered Languages', organised by Dr Mari Jones, Reader in French Linguistics and Language Change, will take place on 6th July 2016.
Symposium-Taller and Pop-Up Exhibition 1 July 2016 Trinity College Cambridge, Old Combination Room, S Staircase Organized by Camilla Sutherland and Erica Segre Through recent scholarship this event will interrogate and showcase the unique challenges and vibrant potential of Latin American periodical studies. Encompassing...
The Vice Chancellor has recently spoken on the importance to the University of Cambridge of the European ideal and its practical consequences for research, student and staff mobility. The Faculty of Modern and Medieval Languages would like to remind all of our students of the importance of casting a vote in the forthcoming referendum, the outcome of which is so important to our future.
The Faculty is to launch a major new research project to study the benefits of multilingualism to individuals and society, and transform attitudes to languages in the UK, as part of the AHRC’s Open World Research Initiative.