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DYLAN - Postgraduate Forum Glasgow

Press clipping: Research

Publication date16/11/09
SourceFASSweb
Lancaster University - one of key partners in the DYLAN EU-FP6 research project researching multilingualism in post-Enlargement Europe - co-organises a Postgraduate Forum on 'Linguistic Diversity as an Asset' taking place in Glasgow on Wednesday Nov 18th, 2009. The forum is organised jointly by Glasgow Caledonian University and Lancaster University under support of the European Commission (DYLAN project) and of the Scottish Bord Na Gaidhlig, with the organising committee headed by Ms. Lindsay Milligan (Glasgow Caledonian University). Lancaster University Researchers will take active part in the forum: Prof. Ruth Wodak will lead a workshop on 'Text and Discourse Analysis', Dr. Michal Krzyzanowski will open the event and moderate the keynote session, and Mr. Bernhard Forchtner will present a paper on 'Multilngual Practices in EU Institutions'.