In this short recording Angela Creese and Adrian Blackledge describe the aims, methodology and findings of the TLANG project.
This film captures different understandings of translanguaging discussed at TLANG's final project conference
This short film captures our partnership with a range of stakeholders including artists, policy makers, academics and community activists around the themes of language, superdiversity, sport and law.
This film explores researchers, artist and creative practitioners working together to represent multilingualism and superdiversity in new and engaging ways.
Highlights from workshops held in South Africa to engage university lecturers and managers in discussions about translanguaging as pedagogy in higher education in South Africa, and the role of South Africa’s official languages in university classrooms.
A summer school, 'Researching Translanguaging', was hosted at University of Birmingham by MOSAIC Centre for Research on Multilingualism, the TLANG project, and the collaborative (University of Birmingham / University of Cape Town) research project, 'Overcoming Barriers to University Education in South Africa'. Scholars from all over the world attended, including 14 from South Africa.
The TLANG team collaborated with a creative company, ‘Women and Theatre’, who produced an original piece of theatre in response to their engagement with the research project. The show was performed 22 times in four cities, to enthusiastic and appreciative audiences.