Month: November 2023

  1. SoLL’s 30th Anniversary Celebration

    The School of Languages and Linguistics celebrated her 30th anniversary on 3 November 2023 at the Conversation Quarter, State Library. Felicia attended the event and learnt about the school’s history and progress.

  2. In the Heart of Loire Valley: an Interview with the Coordinators for an Immersive Overseas French Studies Subject

    Rena Gao Prof Véronique Duché and Dr Nicholas Strole of the French Studies Program guided students through a three-week intensive trip to the Loire Valley for an immersive experience, focusing particularly on the French Renaissance. Rena speaks to Véronique and Nick about the subject, In the Heart of the Loire Valley, and the students’ experiences during […]

  3. Graduate Researcher Series: an Interview with Xiaoyi Zhang

    Hangyu Zhang Xiaoyi Zhang is a PhD student in the School of Languages and Linguistics at the University of Melbourne. Her research interests include migrants’ language problems, linguistic citizenship, and linguistic repertoire. Her PhD project explores the linguistic citizenship of young Malaysian-Chinese migrants in Australia under the supervision of Dr Trang Nguyen and Prof John […]

  4. Student Achievement: An Interview with Tula Wynyard

    Tula is a second-year PhD candidate at the School of Languages and Linguistics. She is working on documenting Ritharrŋu-Wägilak, an Indigenous language spoken in Arnhem Land, Northern Territory. She is the 2023 recipient of the John Mulvaney Fellowship. Valeria spoke with Tula about her PhD project, her fieldwork in Arnhem Land and her personal connection to her research.