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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Northumbria Being Human 2022

We are excited to announce that Northumbria University’s programme of events for this year’s Being Human Festival has now gone live.

Being Human is the national festival of the humanities, and this year Northumbria is one of only five institutions that have been awarded Research Hub status. This means that, working alongside community partners and with Tyne and Wear Archives & Museums, Northumbria researchers will deliver an exciting programme of free events that celebrate two iconic treasures of the North East: The Lindisfarne Gospels and Hadrian’s Wall.  

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Northumbria Linguistics info for BAAL

The local organising committee of the British Association for Applied Linguistics (BAAL) created this page for attendees at the annual conference which we hosted online in September 2021 (postponed from 2020). The conference website is here: 

https://www.northumbria.ac.uk/about-us/news-events/events/2021/09/baal-2020/

We were sorry not to be able to welcome attendees to Northumbria in person and to show them around our campus, around the toon (as locals call Newcastle), and around the north-east of England.

To make up for this a little bit, we shared here some links and some information about us and our local environment.

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