Making institutional sense of domestic abuse in police casework

The next seminar of the Northumbria Language and Linguistics Research Seminar Series will take place on Wednesday 23rd November at 12:00 in Lipman 121. The seminar will be delivered in a hybrid format so join us in person or online.  We are pleased to welcome our newest member of staff  Dr. Patricia Canning who will  be talking about ‘Making institutional sense of domestic abuse in police casework’

All welcome! 

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Pragmatics, writing and (really) listening

Here is information on our first Linguistics Research Seminar of the new academic year.

Our speakers are Billy Clark and Tony Williams, both from Northumbria. Billy and Tony have been discussing how pragmatic theories can be developed by looking at the work of creative writers (including how they talk about their work) and at how ideas from pragmatics might help writers to understand and develop their practice.

There is more information below. All welcome!

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A Level English Language Day

Booking form now available here:

We are very happy to announce a new A Level (Year 12) English Language Taster Day, which will take place at our City Campus on 29 June 2022. The event is free and has limited spaces (we hope to accommodate all of you but bookings will have to be first come first served).

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