Trinity and the Changing City – Dublin’s Languages

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Trinity and the Changing City – Dublin’s Languages

TCD, Thursday 14th March 2019

The growing linguistic diversity of the city presents residents and policy makers with challenges and opportunities.

Aligning perspectives drawn from recent research with the lived experience of those moving between different languages in the city, this session will feature contributions from: Francesca La Morgia, Assistant Professor in Clinical Speech and Language Studies at Trinity and director of the social enterprise Mother Tongues; Rory McDaid, Lecturer in the Sociology of Education at Marino Institute of Education; and the Nigerian/Irish gaeilgeoir and radio presenter Ola Majekodunmie.


Date:
Thursday 14th March 2019
Time:
6.30pm - 8.00pm
Price:
Free - Registration required
Address:
Trinity Long Room Hub, College Green, Dublin 2, Ireland

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