10 Years of CRAL
The organizers of the recent half-day symposium 'Applying Linguistics in the Real World' would like to extend a big thank you to all speakers and delegates who participated in this event. The focal point of our 10th anniversary celebrations, the symposium brought together applied linguists with a broad range of research interests, and generated stimulating discussion about the future of our field.
An interview with CRAL Directors, Dr Michaela Mahlberg and Dr Louise Mullany can be found on the University of Nottingham Press Office blog page.
In the last decade, CRAL staff have supervised in excess of 100 PhDs, generated over 350 international research publications, and have presented keynote and plenary speeches in more than 20 countries across the globe. CRAL continues to attract large numbers of students at all levels from all over the world. Many of our MA students continue to doctoral study, and contribute to the vibrant research community that has grown out of CRAL.
Staff at CRAL have particular interests in:
Corpus-based language enquiry
Multi-modality and corpus linguistics
Psychological aspects of language acquisition and use
Interfaces of language and literature
Second language pedagogy
Videos of Research:
Centre Directors: Michaela Mahlberg, Louise Mullany
Media and Technology Officer: Tony Fisher
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