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- Location: Coach House, School of Education, Hillary Place, University of Leeds
Colleagues are warmly invited to attend a two-day seminar at the University of Leeds on 10 and 11 July on creative inquiry and applied linguistics. The seminar asks what is creative inquiry? and what are its affordances for applied linguistics?, focusing on three main areas:
1. creative methods (e.g. collage, drama, music) for understanding, researching and teaching communication;
2. applied linguistic methods for researching creative/artistic practice or researching arts as objects of communication;
3. engagement in creative collaborations across sectors and disciplines.
The event includes a wide range of speakers from across the arts, humanities and linguistics.
For more details and to register go to: https://store.leeds.ac.uk/conferences-and-events/essl/conferences/creative-inquiry-and-applied-linguistics-purposes-practices-possibilities
Registration is £50 to include both days.
For more information please contact Lou Harvey – firstname.lastname@example.org or Jessica Bradley – email@example.com.