Doctoral students reflect on researching across languages and cultures

Robinson-Pant, A. and Wolf, A. (Eds.) (2014). “Researching across languages and cultures: a collection of reflective pieces providing an unusual insight into how doctoral students engage in multilingual and intercultural research”. (CARE Working Paper No 1). Norwich: University of East Anglia.


— Robinson-Pant, A. and Wolf A. (2014) ‘An Introduction’ (pp.3-8) …

— Shi, P. (2014). ‘Language, theory and power: cross-cultural issues in educational research’ (pp.9-20)

— Konidari, E. (2014). ‘Conducting ethnographic research as the ethnic, religious and dominant Other’ (pp.21-26).

— Gupta, A. (2014). ‘”Getting it right”. A reflective piece on translation in sociological qualitative research’ (pp.27-34).

— Lontoc, G. (2014). ‘Transcribing, translating and (re)constructing identities: the great cultural divide between us and them’ (pp.35-46).

— Nair, J. (2014). ‘Writing relationships’ (pp.47-56).

— Viola, L. (2014). ‘The same but different: researching across languages and cultures’ (pp.57-60).

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  • Richard Fay

    Both of these editors enriched seminars that we organised as part of our AHRC-funded Researching Multilingually projects