AMLUK Symposium on Pedagogies in Modern Languages, Area Studies and Linguistics

Convened by AMLUK, this symposium offers the opportunity to share and jointly develop our thinking about pedagogy in our disciplines. Rather than conceiving of research and teaching as separate activities, we are aiming to devise and support integrative approaches that broaden our fields of enquiry and disciplinary understanding.  

Among the questions to be addressed are:

•             How can our teaching methodologies support the decolonisation of our disciplines? 
•             What pedagogical strategies can help to support interdisciplinary thinking?
•             How can we put online teaching methodologies to best use in support of interdisciplinarity and internationalisation?
•             How can we link research and pedagogy in Modern Languages, Area Studies and Linguistics?
•             In what ways can pedagogy be linked to public engagement in our disciplines?

Author: 
Institute of Modern Languages Research
Speaker(s): 
Claire Griffiths (Chester), Derek Hird (Lancaster), Stephen Hutchings (Manchester), Michelle Sheehan (Anglia Ruskin), Clare Wright (Leeds), Carmen Herrero (Manchester Metropolitan), Elizabeth Ward (Liverpool), Charles Burdett (IMLR), Robert Blackwood (Liverpool), Respondents: Charles Forsdick (Liverpool), Tony Chafer (Portsmouth), Janice Carruthers (Queen's, Belfast), Chairs: Godela Weiss Sussex (IMLR), Joseph Ford (IMLR), Naomi Wells(IMLR)
Event date: 
Friday, 19 March 2021 - 12:00pm