S2 E12: Language and Emotions – Prof. Jean-Marc Dewaele

Welcome back to another episode of MLST! In this episode, we’re going to talk about how our emotions, and identity, are tied to our languages to the leading expert in the field – Jean-Marc Dewaele. Jean-Marc is a Professor of Applied Linguistics & Multilingualism at the Department of Languages, Cultures and Applied Linguistics at BirkbeckContinue reading “S2 E12: Language and Emotions – Prof. Jean-Marc Dewaele”

S2 E11: Language and Gender- Joe Pearce

Welcome to another episode of Much Language Such Talk! We have been talking about this episode for a long time, and it’s finally here! For this episode, we interviewed Joe Pearce. He is a PhD researcher at the University of Glasgow. His research looks at gender differences in the production and perception of voice qualityContinue reading “S2 E11: Language and Gender- Joe Pearce”

S2 E10: Language and Health – Dr. Thomas Bak

Welcome to another exciting episode of Much Language Such Talk! Did you know that March 27th is International Day of Multilingualism? To celebrate this awesome day we’re joined by Dr. Thomas Bak, a researcher at the University of Edinburgh. Born and raised in Cracow, Poland, Dr Thomas H Bak studied medicine and worked as aContinue reading “S2 E10: Language and Health – Dr. Thomas Bak”

S2 E9: Language & Art – Marion Geoffray & Dobrochna Futro

Welcome back to another episode of Much Language Such Talk! Today’s episode will be about Language and Art, and how language (learning) can be visualized through art. To discuss this we have invited two wonderful guests: Marion Geoffray and Dobrochna Futro! Marion Geoffray is a performer, theatre-maker, creative practitioner, and she is the artistic directorContinue reading “S2 E9: Language & Art – Marion Geoffray & Dobrochna Futro”

S1 E1: Bilingualism Matters – Prof. Antonella Sorace

Episode 1 – 1 October 2020 In our first-ever episode, we interview Prof. Antonella Sorace. Antonella Sorace is Professor of Developmental Linguistics at the University of Edinburgh. She is a world-leading authority and has published widely in the field of bilingualism across the lifespan, where she brings together methods from linguistics, experimental psychology, and cognitiveContinue reading “S1 E1: Bilingualism Matters – Prof. Antonella Sorace”