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thumbnail SML Professor on the Peruvian News

With her research on language contact and language policy in the Andean countries, Professor Rosaleen Howard Rosaleen Howard, Chair of Hispanic Studies at the School of Modern Languages, became the centre of media attention. When she visited Lima, Peru, she was interviewed by Peruvian Anthropologist, Javier Torres Seoane, in the programme ‘El Arriero’ on the 14th August 2013. Test your Spanish by watching the interview  which is now live on youtube: Part 1 and Part 2 and reading the press release with a summary of the interview by Javier Torres.

published on: 19th September 2013

thumbnail Aphasia award speaks volumes

Professor David Howard has been given The Robin Tavistock Award 2013 for his invaluable contribution to aphasia research.

published on: 19th September 2013

British Science Festival - Babies are Linguistic Geniuses

British Science Festival seminar- Babies are Linguistic Geniuses

published on: 5th September 2013

thumbnail Caring communication – dementia toolkit goes online

Problems communicating with other people  can be one of the hardest parts of living with dementia and a new online toolkit has been created to help carers and family members cope.

published on: 18th July 2013

thumbnail From the mouths of babes – The truth about toddler talk

The sound of small children chattering has always been considered cute – but not particularly sophisticated. However, research by a Newcastle University expert has shown their speech is far more advanced than previously understood.

published on: 4th July 2013

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