Listen here! Episode Transcript [Eva-Maria] Welcome back to another episode of Much Language Such Talk. It’s me again, Eva-Maria, and my co-host for today is Bérengère. Welcome back! [Bérengère] Hi! [Eva-Maria] Hi, good to have you! Before we dive in, I’m going to remind everyone again to head over to our website mlstpodcast.com for theContinue reading “Episode 17: Debora Kayembe for World Refugee Day”
Listen here! Episode Transcript [Mariel] Hi, my name is Mariel and I’m the audio editor and guest host for today’s episode of Much Language Such Talk. But, more importantly, I am a proud Asian-American just trying to look out for communities of colour, including my own. Eva, Carine, and Brittany have very graciously given meContinue reading “Episode 12: Nandi Sims and Language, Race & Ethnicity”
Listen here! Episode Transcript [Brittany] Hello, and welcome back to another episode of Much Language Such Talk. In this episode, you’ll be listening to me, Brittany, and our wonderful volunteer Vittoria. [Vittoria] Hi, everyone. Hi Brittany.
Listen here! Episode Transcript [Eva-Maria] Hello, everybody. Welcome back to another episode of much language such talk. It’s me, Eva-Maria and I’m really excited about today’s episode. Today I’m joined by one of our volunteers, Mattia. Hi, Mattia, would you like to introduce yourself? [Mattia] Hey, everybody. I’m Mattia. I’m a third year PhD researcherContinue reading “Episode 9: Byelingual – Prof. Monika Schmid & Attrition”
Listen here! Episode Transcript [Carine] Welcome to another exciting episode of Much Language Such Talk. In this episode you’ll be listening to me, Carine, and María, a new volunteer with Bilingualism Matters who’s studying for an MSc in Developmental Linguistics at the University of Edinburgh. María’s studies focus on language acquisition, bilingualism over the lifespanContinue reading “Episode 8: Prof. Itziar Laka & Basque”
Episode 5 – 26 November 2020 Listen here! Episode Transcript [Eva-Maria] Hello and welcome to another episode of our podcast Much Language Such Talk. Today you are hearing from me, Eva-Maria, and another Bilingualism Matters volunteer, Dr. Maria Dokovova. Welcome Maria.
Christy Brewster is the Bilingualism Matters Centre’s Administrator, based at the University of Edinburgh. She is responsible for event organisation, communications and general administration. She has an MA (Hons) in History from the University of Glasgow, and a CELTA Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL) qualification. She taught English in Argentina for three years andContinue reading “Episode 3: Dr. Katarzyna Przybycien & Christy Brewster: The women who keep Bilingualism Matters rolling”