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Research talk: ‘Translating Sanxingdui- challenges and opportunities’ by XU Yuanyuan

Speaker: XU Yuanyuan, lecturer in English and translation at Xihua University, Chengdu Abstract The large number of unique relics unearthed...

[Leeds TIS Seminar Series] The translation teaching platform based on multilingual corpora of The Governance of China: Design, resources and applications

Speaker: Prof. HU Kaibao, Institute of Corpus Studies and Applications, Shanghai International Studies University Abstract: Over the last two decades,...

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Dr Diane Nelson and Prof Janet Watson featured in new article on endangered languages in Women Rise

New article by Cassie Lawrence entitled Endangered Languages: Loss, evolution and academia out in Women Rise includes interviews with Dr Diane...

The UK is poorer without Erasmus – it’s time to rejoin the European exchange programme: a new The Conversation article by Sascha Stollhans

“Language learning and international mobility go hand in hand in fostering essential qualities such as curiosity, empathy and effective communication. (…)...

Successful Northern Second Language Acquisition Roundtable

Congratulations to Dr Clare Wright for hosting a very successful Northern Second Language Acquisition (SLA) Roundtable at the University of Leeds last...

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