As explained in an earlier post, the idea of Linguists at the Movies is that everyone who’s interested accesses a film, presses play at the same time and shares thoughts during or after viewing the film using the hashtag #LinguistsMovies.
We are looking forward to next week’s online Institute of Humanities research seminar.
Deirdre Wilson (University College London and Centre for the Study of Nature and Mind, Oslo) will be talking on ‘Explaining Metonymy’.
Please note: this list has been updated following the postponement of talks on the 23rd of April and 19th of May
We have an exciting line-up in our Language and Linguistics research seminar series this semester.
During lockdown this summer, a few linguists (including Billy Clark from Northumbria) launched a twitter feed which we use to watch movies together and to comment on them during or after screening.Continue reading “Linguists at the Movies”
Several of us are excited to be up early to talk to potential students in Clearing this morning.
While waiting for the calls to begin, we’re enjoying reading English graduate stories which are being shared with our colleague @ProfKatyShaw on twitter:
If you’re interested in talking to us about a possible place our Clearing Hotline number is 0800 085 1085