LANGUAGE, GENDER AND SEXUALITY

2 June 2020

 

Hello all IGALA-ers!

In this the latest issue of the IGALA blog we are very pleased to present an essay by Prof. Jane Sunderland (IGALA President 2006-2008) in response to the recently published Editorial by the new editors of Gender and Language (you can access the open-source editorial by following this link).

 

Many thanks to Jane for her thoughtful and insightful piece, “In praise of the Editorial”. We are sure you will enjoy reading it.

As always, we welcome your responses to any of the blog posts as well as any ideas you have for future blog topics. Please contact Ben Rowlett, the blog co-ordinator, at browlett@hkbu.edu.hk to discuss.

 

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I am going to introduce the second issue of our IGALA BLOG! Please note that the call for posts is open now and it will be until 15 February 2016. If you want to send your post, please do email it to me (email:federicaformato.ac@gmail.com or fill the form at...

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