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CLER Conversation: Raciolinguistic profiling and securitisation: Studying and travelling while Muslim

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Please click here to register Abstract This presentation analyses four cases, two in education and two in transport, that demonstrate everyday forms of profiling. This profiling is based on an overdetermination of personhood in relation to how Muslims are perceived in relation to security concerns. This also reflects how surveillance has permeated various aspects of ordinary...

CLER Researcher Development Workshop: From (Critical Ethnographic) Data Collection to Data Publication: How to Publish an Article in Twelve (12) Weeks?

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This free practical workshop is open to all and particularly suitable to early/mid-career researchers. Please click here to register. Abstract: From an ethnography and critical youth studies perspective, how do we study identities, especially those of young people? This interactive session has two objectives. The first is to answer this question of how to study...

CLER Conversation: The challenge of the primary-secondary school transition: The language of mathematics and science

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CLER conversation with Prof Alice Deignan and Dr Duygu Candarli "The transition from primary school to secondary school is known to be problematic for some students for a number of reasons: social, academic, and linguistic." We researched the third of these issues, the linguistic challenge, using data gathered in the north of England. We worked...

CLER Conversation: Developing ‘good’ practice in multilingual research - Dr Sara Ganassin

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Registration is required - please click here to register for this event.    Please email Louise Williams-Lewis at CLER.leeds.ac.uk to provide any dietary and access requirements. Developing ‘good’ practice in multilingual research  ‘Researching multilingually’ refers to how researchers draw on their own, and others’ linguistic resources in the researching, reporting, and representation of all aspects of...

CLER conversation: A new approach to understanding the rise of English as a Medium of Instruction in European higher education

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Professor Kristina Hultgren Since the turn of the millennium, most of Europe’s non-English-dominant nation states have seen a remarkable rise in English as a Medium of Instruction (EMI). To date, this rise has been attributed mainly to supranational drivers, such as internationalization, the Bologna Process and increased cross-border competition and collaboration. What has received less...

Language and Climate Change

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This Thursday’s Conversation is jointly organised by the Centre for Language Education Research (CLER) and the Centre for Global Development (CGD) at Leeds University. Keynote Speakers:   Dr Rosalie Edmonds, UCLA will bring a sociolinguistic perspective and consider questions of linguistic diversity, language ideologies and the politics of participation in relation to her research in the context of Cameroonian wildlife...

Evaluating co-production as a guiding philosophy for EAP teacher training course development

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Diana Mazgutova and Kamola Muradkasimova: Evaluating co-production as a guiding philosophy for EAP teacher training course development  CLER Conversation: Collaborative Relationships in Language Education Research with contributions from Dr Peter Hart and Dr Huahui Zhao This is will be chaired by School of Education postgraduate research Xiaowen Liu.  This paper is based on outcomes of an...