An ESRC-funded project will explore how stories told by social media influencers can impact young people as they gain awareness of challenges in mental health.
The theme of the 2024 symposium will be “Dickens, Context and Co-occurrence”.
The University of Birmingham hosted the European Second Language Association conference (EuroSLA32) from 30th August to the 2nd of September.
Kate Armstrong, an MA student in the Department of English Language and Linguistics, has won a commendation for her dissertation from the British Council.
A new multidisciplinary project will expand public understanding and engagement with the work of the celebrated cultural theorist, Professor Stuart Hall.
Hi, I’m Chloe and I’m from a small village in Leicestershire. I study English Language at the University of Birmingham and have just completed my second year.
A linguistic bias in the English language leads us to ‘improve’ things by adding to them, a new study reveals.
Grammatical patterns in language use can distinguish between real and fake news stories – potentially helping to combat disinformation, a new study reveals.
The College of Arts & Law remains amongst the best performing research-intensive universities in the world, according to the 2023 QS World University Rankings.
Professor Adam Schembri discusses Global Language Advocates Day (GLAD) along with his projects working with deaf communities in the U.K and Australia.
Academics are investigating how people respond to controversial government policies communicated through social media.
Alex Wright, an MA TESOL student studying on our Distance Learning Programme, has achieve a Special Commendation by the British Council for his dissertation.