Adult ESOL in Multilingual Britain
Date posted: 29 June 2012
A BAAL/CUP Seminar at the School of Education,
Linguistic, political and pedagogic contexts of English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) are changing fast.
■ Communication in urban Britain is suffused with the multilingualism associated with globalisation and superdiversity.
This day-long seminar brings together researchers, practitioners and policy-makers in Adult ESOL for discussion of these issues.
Mike Baynham (University of Leeds)
This seminar will be useful for:
■ researchers and student researchers working in areas relating to language, citizenship and migration;
The seminar is supported with a BAAL/CUP Seminar grant and funding from NATECLA Y&H, and the School of Education, University of Leeds.
Please register by 6 July
Registration for the event costs £20. There is one bursary available to a student member of the British Association for Applied Linguistics, covering registration and £50 towards travel.
For further information, programme, registration form, bursary application form and payment details please visit the seminar website:
Contact the organiser for further information:
James Simpson at the School of Education, University of Leeds
0113 343 4687