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Please come and see the breadth of L@L research through presentations and a poster session and discuss opportunities for new interdisciplinary collaborations. The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Simone Buitendijk, will formally open the proceedings at 16.00 The full programme will be available from the 10th of March.
We are delighted to announce that Tony McEnery, Distinguished Professor of English Language and Linguistics at Lancaster University, has accepted our invitation.  Details of the event will be posted in January.

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Jennifer Smith (University of Glasgow) is to deliver a talk in the Language, Literature and Translation series at the University of Leeds on the subject of ‘The loci of inherent variability: what young children reveal’.
The first AMES talk of this Semester by Prof. Janet Watson with Dr Barry Heselwood of the University of Leeds is titled ‘Can spoken Southern Arabic and Modern South Arabian inform Research into Qurʼanic Tajwiid?’
Dr Jean Conteh, Samyia Ambreen, Yixi Lamtso, Nasir Mahmood and Rob Sharples are to speak on the subject of ‘How do ethnography and language education research go together?’ as part of the Language Education Research Seminar series for Semester 2
Rocío Baños (UCL) is to deliver a talk in the Language, Literature and Translation series at the University of Leeds on the subject of ‘Insights into dubbing and prefabricated orality’.
Inaugural event for the new Network for the Interdisciplinary Study of Language Learning (NISSLL), funded by the White Rose Collaboration Fund and to be held at the University of Sheffield HRI.
In this presentation James Simpson, Richard Badger (School of Education) and Caroline Dyer (POLIS), University of Leeds, promote the idea that the linguistic and communicative practices associated with digital communication can be encouraged to strengthen people’s capacity to aspire through the development of voice.
A talk by Jaap van der Meer and Attila Görög. TAUS is a resource center for the global language and translation industries. Its mission is to increase the size and significance of the translation industry to help the world communicate better.
First lecture in the Language at Leeds Distinguished Speaker series, by Professor Grev Corbett (University of Surrey).