A Departmental Research Seminar by Reggie Duah, University of Ghana
A Departmental Research Seminar by Will Bennett
A Departmental Research Seminar by Prof. Lionel Posthumus, University of Johannesburg
Charting constellations in the unfolding of texts: analysing Daily Sun political news articles using LCT and SFL
A Departmental Research Seminar by Ian Siebörger
A Linguistics Departmental Research Seminar by Prof. Ron Simango
A Departmental Research Seminar by Dr Sally Hunt
This Departmental Research Seminar is the first in a series of academic seminars on the theme of disability inclusion, taking place taking place across the university around Disability Week, which runs from 16 to 20 May.
A Linguistics Departmental Research Seminar by Levis Mugumya, Makerere University
Celebrating the achievements of our graduating students
Tracy Probert, an MA graduate of the Department of English Language and Linguistics, will be presenting a report-back on her research.
A Linguistics Departmental Research Seminar by Maxine Diemer
Linguistics in a transforming South Africa: perspectives on curriculum, research and disciplinary practice
This workshop for stakeholders in the discipline of Linguistics will explore issues of transformation in curriculum, research and disciplinary practice. The linguistic disciplines are articulated within a Southern African context characterized by rich linguistic diversity. However this diversity exists within spaces intersected by complex linguistic power relations, English hegemony, prescriptive linguistic attitudes, social and economic exclusion, identity and aspirations among many others.
A Linguistics Research Seminar by Amaka Ezeife
A Departmental Research Seminar by Jeremy Perkins, University of Aizu, Japan
An opportunity for our local and distance students to receive a basic orientation to postgraduate research in the department
An introduction to language studies at Rhodes University for first-year students
A Departmental Research Seminar by Gabriel Opoku and Elijah A. Ayaawan
How the cultural familiarity of the stimulus and the urban/rural divide may influence storytelling in isiZulu L1 speaking children from KwaZulu-Natal
A Departmental Research Seminar by Mbali Jiyane