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Dr Neophytos Mitsigkas, from the Department of Language and Linguistics at the University of Essex, explains how your favourite foreign-language tv shows and films could help you learn second language
Dr Neophytos Mitsigkas
22 January 2021
As President Joe Biden takes office as the new president, the United States has rarely seemed more divided. Looking at the data in this blog for The Conversation are Professor Paul Whiteley, from the University of Essex, Professor Harold D Clarke from the University of Texas at Dallas and Professor Marianne Stewart from the University of Texas at Dallas.
Harold D Clarke,
Professor Marianne Stewart
20 January 2021
How will short-term virus control measures (e.g. social distancing) affect integrated practice, and how will perceptions of integration and what this might look like be irreversibly changed by long-term system changes?
Danielle A Tucker
19 January 2021
Sophia Skoufaki, Associate Supervisor in Applied Linguistics at the University of Essex, explains how knowing academic words like 'method' and 'analyse' can predict performance at primary school, secondary school and university.
06 January 2021
Dr Ian Roper addresses how homeworking has become part of the 'new normal' and what this means for individuals, workplaces, and wider society.
Dr Ian Roper
30 November 2020
Last year, with the generous support of over 130 donors from our community, alumna and lecturer Dr Zeina Alsharkas swam the English Channel in support of Syrian refugees.
24 November 2020
During the COVID-19 pandemic, keeping students motivated as classes move online has been crucial.
Dr Lorena Salud Gadella Kamstra
16 November 2020
Winter exercise is important for maintaining physical and mental health - here's why
Dr Jo Barton,
Dr Ruth Lowry
12 November 2020
Dr Michel Serafinelli, a lecturer in economics at the University of Essex, explains how, with the right training and investment, former industrial cities across the western world could be revitalised by more working from home.
Dr Michel Serafinelli
06 November 2020
Prematurely declaring election victory is a hallmark of non-democratic regimes.
Professor Natasha Lindstaedt
04 November 2020