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Deirdre Dunlevy
Research fellow . Sociolinguistics, linguistic landscapes, minoritised languages.
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Deirdre Dunlevy Oct 20
The ducks are ready!come find us in the Alison Richards building!
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Deirdre Dunlevy Oct 19
Up bright and early to join our colleagues for the Festival of Ideas- if you're near Cambridge today, come play with us!
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Daniel McAuley Oct 17
Belfast peeps, help out a linguist (and earn a fiver apparently)!
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Deirdre Dunlevy Oct 17
Replying to @AnnaBothe
Hi Anna, happy to help too!
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Jessica Bradley Oct 11
V. excited to announce today's launch of a competition for visual arts representations of multilingualism - a collaboration between , & the AILA Research Network for Creative Inquiry & Applied Linguistics. Details
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Deirdre Dunlevy Oct 9
Congratulations Maria!
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Deirdre Dunlevy Oct 8
Replying to @DeeIrl
The lead actor, who is Australian, learnt Irish especially for the role
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Deirdre Dunlevy Oct 8
Went to see in the cinema at the weekend- a poignant film, made all the more powerful by the inclusion of . Great to see the of Ireland embraced on the big screen!
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Deirdre Dunlevy Oct 8
'The thing that helped me most in my life was having another language' You never regret learning more!
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Deirdre Dunlevy Oct 6
Replying to @proinsy
Plenty to work with there!:)
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Deirdre Dunlevy Oct 4
Just spoke about value judgements and language ideologies with our 2nd year linguistics class, if there is a podcast of the show let me know!
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Deirdre Dunlevy Sep 26
A great way to celebrate with the launch of .Our project looks at how embracing can enhance your life and the world around you.This spoken word piece is very fitting!Check our website for more!
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MEITS_OWRI Sep 26
Happy European Day of Languages to all! At we celebrate and aim to show how can empower individuals to transform societies! Find out more about our project at
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MEITS_OWRI Sep 24
Languages are funny things. Come join us for a laugh or two at our Festival of Ideas event, ‘Languages: Your Passport to the World’ on 20th October!* at *laughs not guaranteed, but we will try.
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Deirdre Dunlevy Sep 21
Congrats Dr.! @jillingworthQUB
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Jackie Jia Lou Sep 12
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Daniel McAuley Sep 6
Belfast-based language lovers, connect with , and above all by taking this class with the inimitable ! (Also cognitive benefits etc.)
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Deirdre Dunlevy Sep 5
Great insight into research on how learning a language is good for your brain! Well done
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Michelle Harrison Sep 5
What better way to start the new academic year than a stimulating workshop on the and potential of at (under the watchful eye of Gladstone).
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Deirdre Dunlevy Sep 5
All leaving well rested,well fed and most importantly motivated after a very productive workshop!
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