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Naturalising Interpretation—Interpreting Naturalism: Towards a Neurosemiotic Model of Interpretation

James Carney from Lancaster University discusses whether interpretation is a mode of inquiry or a cognitive capacity that should itself be a target of inquiry at the next Language and Communication Research Seminar. 279 more words

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  It’s only been a week since officially starting the BA Fine Art course at the Middlesex University, why does it feel like a month? The interjections given by the tutors have already made me change my views about Art and my personal practice ( I’ve never termed it this way before) I feel like I’m going to find the missing jigsaw pieces to my creative puzzle so much during this Fine Art Course. 100 more words


A Ghost's Story goes paperback

The first novel of our colleague Dr Lorna Gibb, A Ghost’s Story, has just come out in paperback. The paperback edition of the book was launched at Middlesex on October 4th 2016 – if you weren’t there you missed the artisan wine provided by Granta and the delicious nibbles. 137 more words

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Short Course on Relevance Theory, October 2016

We are kicking off this year’s events of the Language and Communication Research Cluster with a 4-week intensive course on Relevance Theory, an influential theory of communication and cognition, starting on Monday the 10th of October at 3pm. 137 more words

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Futures for English Studies

We’re  looking forward to meeting our new first year BA English students tomorrow. We’ll be posting thoughts here from our work together on the BA English programme, things we have discussed in class, and anything relevant to the programme. 348 more words

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Welcome to London English

Welcome to London English. We have set up this new site as we prepare to welcome the first students on our brand new BA English… 135 more words

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Cohan Collective brings together international artists, led by Contemporary Dance pioneer Robert Cohan

Following a successful pilot project last year, the Cohan Collective has grown to give nearly 30 choreographers, composers, dancers and musicians the freedom to collaborate and experiment without judgement. 873 more words

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