Registration is now open for the 10th Newcastle upon Tyne Postgraduate Conference in Linguistics. Deadline for registration is Friday 13th March 2015
published on: 18th February 2015
An independent assessment of UK university research quality published today has confirmed Newcastle University’s position as one of the most powerful research universities in the country and the most powerful in the North East.
published on: 8th January 2015
published on: 18th December 2014
What can we learn from efforts to save an ancient South American language? Professor Rosaleen Howard, chair of Hispanic Studies in the School of Modern Languages, talks about the fight to preserve the 2,000 year old Quechua language (Guardian online).
published on: 20th November 2014
CRiLLS is delighted to announce that the next speaker in the Distinguished Speaker Series will be Jill de Villiers.
Professor Villiers is Sophia & Austin Smith Professor of Psychology & Philosophy at Smith College. She will deliver a Public Lecture and seminar. Her Public Lecture will be on 'Language and Thought in Children' on Tuesday 12th May 2015 at 5.30pm in the Curtis Auditorium
published on: 13th November 2014