Inside the department
We share a common interest in innovatory research methods for working in cross cultural contexts, particularly with families and communities and formal educational contexts.
Current research spans the areas of language, literacy and learning practices in multilingual communities, bilingual learning strategies in mainstream and community schools and cultural practices, identities and discourses in multilingual contexts.
We have strong international links with colleagues in the US, Canada, Singapore, Israel, China and New Zealand as well as with a number of EU countries with whom we share both teaching and research programmes.
We welcome research students from home and overseas who wish to undertake postgraduate study at the Centre for Language, Culture and Learning.
The centre currently houses a number of funded research projects and its members are actively engaged in research publications.