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Language and Society: Linguistics, Education, Literature and Translation Research Track

Overview

Research Track 4 consists of the following Research Clusters:

Applied and Theoretical Linguistics

The Applied and Theoretical Linguistics research cluster engages in research activities examining theoretical linguistic frameworks and their application. The Research Cluster includes the following thematic areas:

  • Bilingualism and Multilingualism
  • Critical Discourse Analysis
  • Phonetics and Phonology
  • Pragmatics
  • Psycholinguistics
  • Second Language Acquisition
  • Semantics
  • Sociolinguistics
  • Syntax
  • Text/Corpus Linguistics

Foreign/Second Language Teaching

The Foreign/Second Language Teaching research cluster focuses primarily on research exploring language teaching methodologies, approaches and practices. The Research Cluster includes the following thematic areas:

  • Current Methods and Approaches in Language Teaching
  • Foreign Language Teacher Education
  • Autonomy and the Language Learner 
  • Learning Technologies for Foreign Language Teaching

Literary Studies

 The Literary Studies research cluster engages in research activities examining literary theory and practice. The Research Cluster includes the following thematic areas:

  • 20th and 21st American Literature
  • Adaptation Studies and Trans-media Storytelling
  • American Popular Culture
  • Narratology and World-building

Translation and Interpreting

The Translation and Interpreting research cluster engages in research activities exploring translation and interpreting theory and practice. The Research Cluster includes the following thematic areas:

  • Audio-Visual Translation
  • Culture and Ideology in Translation
  • Interpreting
  • Literary Translation
  • Sociological Approaches to Translation

Research Expertise

Research Clusters

    Research Track Leaders

    • Dr Zoi Tatsioka, The University of Sheffield, International Faculty - CITY College, English Studies Department

    Research Track Members

    Research Track Publications

    Click here to view publications by researchers in this Research Track

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