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LEDS Meetings – 16th January session CANCELLED

Posted on 15 January 2019 by Judith Reynolds

Happy New Year everyone!  This is to let you know that we have unfortunately had to re-schedule the session which was scheduled for 16th January on ethics in linguistic ethnography.  This will now take place next term, we will update the schedule once finalised. Our next meeting will therefore be on Wednesday 6th February, in
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Researching multilingually in linguistic ethnographic research

Posted on 7 December 2018 by Judith Reynolds

By Judith Reynolds, Cardiff University (with thanks to Piotr Wegorowski for his valuable input) I was pleased to facilitate the third session of this year’s LEDS on 5 December, which focused on the topic of researching multilingually in linguistic ethnographic research.  “Researching multilingually” is concerned with how researchers draw on their own, and others’ multilingual resources
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LEDS meeting 5th December 2018: Researching Multilingually in LE research

Posted on 4 December 2018 by wegorowskip

Our next LEDS gathering is at 4.30pm this Wednesday, 5th December.  Usual place – Room 3.66 in the John Percival Building. The topic this week is Researching Multilingually in LE research. Judith will be kicking off by talking to you briefly about what is meant by “researching multilingually”, and how this has manifested in her
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Anatomies of the Body and Sword: Where Martial Arts and Language Meet

Posted on 19 November 2018 by wegorowskip

By George Jennings, Cardiff Metropolitan University I was pleased to give a seminar entitled “The Pen and the Sword: The Linguistic Pedagogies of Chinese Taijiquan and the European Longsword” at the Linguistic Ethnography Discussion and Study Group (LEDS) on 14 November. The aim of the talk was to gain some further ideas and feedback on
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