University of Exeter students have worked with multilingual teenagers to help them see the value of their incredible language skills as part of a unique research project.
People can learn when to say “dell y'm kyrri”, and understand when it’s better to use “meur ras” as part of an exciting new course which allows them to learn Cornish in their own home.
Pioneering research about the impact of multilingualism around the globe showcased at University of Exeter event
Experts showcased their pioneering research about the impact of multilingualism around the globe at a University of Exeter event.
Government International Trade Adviser Susannah Poulton will discuss her career helping businesses sell and operate around the world at a University of Exeter event.
Hotel workers in Cornwall to get specialist training to ensure a warm welcome for G7 Korean delegates
Hotel workers in Cornwall will receive specialist training to ensure South Korean delegates at the G7 conference receive a warm welcome.
From the beginning of February until mid-March 2021, a series of educational film screenings and discussions were held virtually as part of the Screening the Child: Spanish Film Club on the subject of the child’s gaze in Spanish language cinema. The film festival was organised and curated by PhD student in Hispanic Studies, Rachel Beaney.
New research reveals story of Penguin’s work to bring Russian classics to English readers in the 20th century
New research reveals for the first time the personal efforts and innovations behind major efforts in the 20th century to publish classic Russian literature in accessible and affordable English translations.
First English translation of secret novel about hidden sexuality by one of Spain’s most-loved authors
A secret autobiographical novel by one of Spain’s most-loved authors inspired by her hidden sexuality has been translated into English for the first time.
A major new study shows the development and impact of the novel in French from the pre-history of the art form in the late medieval period to the present day.
The University of Exeter is delighted to endorse and support the international call to action recently released by the British Academy and partners under the title The Importance of Languages in Global Context.
People can explore the history and culture of Spain and South America as part of a new virtual film festival.
The China UK Humanities Alliance Executive Council meeting took place on 14th December, bringing together academics and university leaders from some of the best institutions in both China and the UK.
Inspired by research taking place at the University of Exeter’s Sexual Knowledge Unit, join stand-up comedian Siân Docksey and Dr Ina Linge from the University of Exeter’s Department of Modern Languages and Cultures for the first in a series of special online events that are aimed to connect everyone curious and explores what queerness in nature can tell us about ourselves.
People can join film-makers, experts and translators to watch and discuss classic films past and present as part of a special event to celebrate world cinema and documentaries.
University of Exeter staff and students have celebrated National Poetry Day with moving performances of verses from around the globe.
A major new study will uncover the secrets of how communities in Medieval Britain continued to speak French for at least 300 years after the Norman Conquest.
European partnerships to research depiction of girlhood in the media brings multinational research opportunities for students
Innovative European partnerships set up by University of Exeter academics have created new cross-border research opportunities for students.
On Friday 14th February, Professor Adam Watt, Head of Modern Languages & Cultures, visited Denstone College in Staffordshire.
Activism and growth of small independent publishers leading to “profound change” for translated fiction, research shows
Activism, new networks and the growth of small independent presses is leading to profound change in the way translated fiction is published, a new study shows.
A new exchange programme between the University of Exeter and University of Madrid will bring exciting new opportunities for staff and students.
Esteemed BBC journalist Frank Gardner highlighted the importance of learning languages and shared his expertise on the complexities of Middle East politics during a special event at the University of Exeter.
BBC’s Frank Gardner to feature in University of Exeter event celebrating languages and international cultures
BBC Security Correspondent Frank Gardner will be the guest of honour at a special University of Exeter event which celebrates languages and cultures around the world.
A lucky group of students studying on the undergraduate Spanish programme were taken on a field trip to Chagford Film Festival.
The beauty of the thousands of languages around the globe will be marked at events across Exeter.
The lives of remarkable women whose impact on history was curtailed by Spain’s Franco dictatorship will be recreated for a new generation thanks to a major new historical project.
A new research project will examine the impact of queer films shown covertly in China on the development of LGBT+ culture and rights.
Multilingual MP Ben Bradshaw shared his experiences of how speaking German and Italian had shaped his career as a journalist and politician as part of a University of Exeter event for young people learning languages.
Marta Mateo, Professor of English and Translation Studies at the University of Oviedo (Spain), who spent this year as a researcher and guest of ML and CTC in Exeter has been appointed as Director of the Observatory of the Spanish Language and Hispanic Cultures in the United States.
Three rising research stars at the University of Exeter have received a significant funding boost from the European Research Council (ERC), it has been announced.
Twenty-two students styding the Spanish director Pedro Almodóvar were taken on a field trip to Chagford film festival. The students, Dr Guillem Colom-Montero, Professor Sally Faulkner and new ML Phd student Rachel Beaney offered introductions to the three Almodóvar's films screened.
Research by a University of Exeter expert has been inscribed on bronze plaques seen by millions of visitors to one of China’s most important parks.
Five University of Exeter academics have been awarded prestigious funding from the British Academy, the national body for the humanities and social sciences.