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although spirals, even in the specific context of what we now call grammaticalisation, have a longer history #gabelentz 🐌 https://twitter.com/izeus_berlin/status/1193859257495670786
Just published - Mairs, R. & Smith, R. (eds) 2019. 'Bi/Multilingualism and the History of Language Learning and Teaching'. Special issue of Language & History, 62(2). https://www.tandfonline.com/toc/ylhi20/current. The Introduction and 2 articles are currently free to access.
Very grateful to @HenrySweetSoc for a Martin Burr Grant that will allow us to take part in a number of public events and other activities in the new year. If there's an #eDIL event anywhere near you in the upcoming months, please come along!
Kicking off Monday with an exciting announcement! The winner of the Vivien Law Prize 2019 is...
A fantastic article from Language & History on 'Bilingual English teaching in Colonial India' - free to access in honour of #NationalArtsandHumanitiesMonth