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Confs: Applied Linguistics/UK

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Message 1: Claire Kramsch: Applied Linguistics Seminar Series
Date: 27-May-2011
From: Clare Wright <clare.wright1ncl.ac.uk>
Subject: Claire Kramsch: Applied Linguistics Seminar Series
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Claire Kramsch: Applied Linguistics Seminar Series

Date: 07-Jun-2011 - 07-Jun-2011
Location: Newcastle University, United Kingdom
Contact: Clare Wright
Contact Email: < click here to access email >

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics

Meeting Description:

Guest Speaker: Applied Linguistics Seminar Series – All Welcome!
Claire Kramsch of the University of California, Berkeley
Date: Tuesday June 7th 2011
Time: 17.00 - 18.30.
Location: Lecture Theatre 1, King George VI Building, Newcastle University.
Title: New perspectives on culture in language study
Professor Kramsch is of worldwide eminence in applied linguistics, and her research centres on social, cultural and stylistic approaches to language study. In this talk she will review ways of conceptualizing 'culture' in the study of foreign languages and the implications of each for language teaching.




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