Researching Multilingually: An emerging methodology for doctoral research (26th Feb 2013, Durham University)

Update (May 2017)

This is a post advertising a workshop that took place in 2013. The content is no longer current, and it is kept here for archival reasons only. If you have landed on this page looking for ideas or advice on how to conduct mutlilingual research, this link will take you to a collection of posts that may be more helpful.


 

Postgraduate Researcher Blog

This workshop, drawing on examples and case studies from the facilitators’ AHRC-funded “Researching Multilingually” project (http://researchingmultilingually.com/), aims to expose processes and practices of researching multilingually with specific reference to participants’ own research projects. The overall objectives of the workshop are to:

  • Introduce participants to the opportunities, complexities, and challenges of researching multilingually
  • Develop participants’ competence in researching multilingually
  • Build researcher capacity generally, and more particularly, in producing quality research that respects ethical and human rights issues where research involving more than one language is concerned

For workshop programme and registration please visit http://researchingmultilingually.com/?ai1ec_event=researching-multilingually-an-emerging-methodology-for-doctoral-research&instance_id=54

 

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One Reply to “Researching Multilingually: An emerging methodology for doctoral research (26th Feb 2013, Durham University)”

  1. Thank you for advertising the event here :-) I hope doctoral researchers will find it useful and I look forward to hearing about – and learning from – their experiences of undertaking cross-language research.

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