Tag Archives: French

New story by postgraduate researcher Dr Marilyn Mallia

We are publishing research stories from our postgraduate researchers or recent graduates. Read the first one, by Dr Marilyn Mallia, here. If you or one of your postgraduates affiliated with the ILC would like to publish a research story, please contact Lisa Bernasek (l.bernasek@soton.ac.uk). PGR Story: Dr Marilyn Mallia, Teaching Assistant and Lecturer in French, […]

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New research repository: LANGSNAP

A new research repository is now available on the research materials page. The 2011-2013 LANGSNAP project tracked the language learning and social integration of 57 students during their Year Abroad in France, Spain and Mexico. With support from Adam Field of iSolutions, and using ePrints technology, we have now created a repository which makes selected […]

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Recent publications by Professor Michael Kelly

Professor Michael Kelly, Head of Department of Modern Languages, has recently published the following articles: Kelly, Michael, Que peut l’Europe? Comment les décideurs peuvent mieux soutenir l’enseignement des langues, in Formation et professionnalisation enseignante en contexts pluriels,edited by Mariella Causa, Stéphanie Galligani and Monica Vlad, Riveneuve, 2014, 399-413. Kelly, Michael, ‘Recent developments in EU language […]

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Dr Aude Campmas presentation at Association of Medical Humanities conference

Supported by the ILC research travel fund, Dr Aude Campmas recently presented a paper at the Association of Medical Humanities Annual Conference  ‘The Art of Compassion’, on 7–9 July 2014 at the University of Southampton. Abstract: Martyrdom and (com)passion in Huysmans’s St. Lydwine of Schiedam In the presentation I explore the influence of medical models […]

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TNMundi podcasts available

Two podcasts from the TNMundi project are now available on the Media content page and below. The TNMundi project investigated the creative practices of Francophone Malagasy and North African artists. A conference on ‘Music and Migration’ in October 2009 brought together academics and musicians from Madagascar and North Africa, including the acclaimed Madagascar AllStars who […]

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‘It’s all in the name: road signs and language memory in Brittany’.

Discarded in the hedgerow on a minor road in western Brittany, France was a signpost to Goulitquer; three metres away by the road, upright and mounted on a shiny new pole, emblazoned with a tiny coat of arms a sign to Goulitkêr. ‘Goulitquer’, ‘Goulitkêr’ are the same place of course, but the change of ‘q’ […]

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