When we began work – e.g. the Narrative Matters conference paper (May ’10) and the Durham exploratory seminar (July ’10) – on the theme of researchers’ experience of ‘doing research multilingually’ (DRM), we were approached by the MOSAIC team in Birmingham who were exploring to some extent the same theme under the larger topic of Researching Multilingualism.
Their project is advancing as the following message indicates:
“The MOSAIC Centre for Research on Multilingualism at the University of Birmingham is running a 5 day residential course (April 4-8, 2011) on ‘Researching multilingualism, multilingualism in research practice’. It is being funded by the ESRC under its Researcher Development Initiative. The course is designed for post-foundation doctoral researchers and for (early careers) post-doctoral researchers. UK-based and international participants are all welcome. Please see attachments for more details.”