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The Routledge David Crystal Lectures

Professor David Crystal presents three of his most popular lectures in this special one day event.


Professor David Crystal, one of the world's foremost experts on language, presents three of his most popular lectures in this special one day event taking place of Thursday 16th October in The Shaw Theatre.

Lecture 1- The Future of Englishes. English is now a global language, but what are the consequences of this newfound status for the future development of the language?

Lecture 2 - Language death: writing the obituary of languages? David Crystal reviews the way languages are dying, asks why and what can be done.

Lecture 3 - Internet linguistics. What influence is the interet having on language, and what is happening to language as it comes to be used on the Internet?


Speaker(s):

Mr David Crystal | talks

 

Date and Time:

16 October 2008 at 11:15 am

Duration:

Full Day

 

Venue:

The Shaw Theatre
100 - 110 Euston Road
London
NW1 2AJ
0871 594 3123
http://www.theshawtheatre.com
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Organised by:

Routledge
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Tickets:

£10 / £5 concessions (students must have valid ID)

Available from:

Tickets available from The Shaw Theatre www.theshawtheatre.com or by phone at the Box Office on 0871 594 3123

Additional Information:

For any other information contact Laura Maisey by email at laura.maisey@tandf.co.uk

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what a performer

Posted at 10:30 AM on 17 October, 2008 by Billy Clark

Sylvia says these talks were fantastic. Read her thoughts at:

http://billydug.typepad.com/londonlanguage/2008/10/heres-a-message.html

B-)



 

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