A rather different call – not for papers, but for participants!

This is an all-day performance workshop run by award-winning poet Tawona Sithole of the Researching Multilingually at Borders project that Richard is part of. They are asking for participants to go up to Glasgow and test out some of the materials that Tawona is writing for the final project performance. If you have always fancied a Read More …

GTRA / Presidential Doctoral Award (PDS)

I am delighted to report recent success by Susan Dawson and Volha ‘Olga’ Arkhipenka in securing these studentship awards. Their profiles will be appearing soon I hope. Please welcome them. they will be joining us in September. R

Language and Sociocultural Theory

Equinox is pleased to announce a new journal Language and Sociocultural Theory edited by James Lantolf (The Pennsylvania State University). Language and Sociocultural Theory is an international journal devoted to the study of language from the perspective of Vygotskian sociocultural theory. Articles appearing in the journal may draw upon research in the following fields of Read More …

Researching Multilingually seminars

The Call for Papers for the three 2-day seminars (March in Durham, April in Bristol, and May in Manchester) in this AHRC project was well responded to and we have now made the selections to have upto 12 papers in each 2-day event.  Former and current SoE doctoral researchers will be involved (eg Mariam, Viv, Fenia, Achilleas, Read More …

Upcoming Papers – a stock-take

Please add your details to this page by logging in and then editing this page. As the months tick by, I will transfer the past papers to the Archived LTE papers category. December 2011 Lou Harvey – Critical English for Academic Purposes: Creating connection and community. Paper presented at Society for Research into Higher Education (SRHE) Newer Researchers’ Conference, Read More …

Newsletter #1 (August 2011)

This is the first newsletter in what I hope will become a monthly endeavour p?sted towards the end of the month concerned. If you want me to include any items, let me know as and when the item arises, and I will include it in the next Newsletter. Alternatively, you can add you news as a Read More …

Sage Open

SAGE Open is now accepting manuscripts – prepare yours today! SAGE Open, our new open access publication, has received more than 200 submissions since launching on January 1, with new articles being submitted daily. Be a part of this groundbreaking publication and prepare your manuscript today. SAGE Open publishes peer-reviewed, original research and review articles Read More …

RAW: 28th March 2011 – DRC paper

At this session, Juup and Richard present a second draft of an article for submission possibly to Studies in Higher Education or Higher Education. It is (currently) entitled: Developing researcher competence on a UK Masters course: an ecological perspective

RAW: 28th February 2011 — Ladino Paper

At the RAW meeting of 28th February 2011, Richard (and Leah in absentia) presented a first draft of a research methology paper to RAW colleagues. The working title was: “The use of researcher narratives in the multilingual study of the Ladino stories of Sephardic Jews in Bulgaria”

Alistair Pennycook (in the vicinity)

Masterclass with Professor Alastair Pennycook University of Technology, Sydney Tuesday 21 September 2010 12.30 lunch, 1.30-4.00pm class   MOSAIC Centre for research on Multilingualism Room G39, School of Education, University of Birmingham   A plurality of multilingualisms In this paper, Professor Alastair Pennycook will explore the need not only to look at the diversity of Read More …

Doing Research Multilingually: the Durham seminar

This two-day, exploratory seminar finally took place on 7th and 8th July in the School of Education at the University of Durham. It was, in keeping with the ‘exploratory’ character of the discussions, a small event. Here is a list of participants and their contact emails. In some ways, the topic of this seminar can be understood to be a Read More …