Issue 11 is on its way!
The second instalment of Babel 2015 will soon be on its way to print and digital subscribers, and our latest issue is full to the brim with stimulating articles taking linguistics beyond the page, look out for an exciting opportunity we have created for our young readers! - click here to find out more.
Issue 11 brings you a thought provoking article based on metaphors and cancer, by Elena Semino, who has found that her research into the subject has been rewarding, challenging, moving, and occasionally entertaining. Ania Marchwiak also looks at the difficulties faced by bilinguals when portraying emotions, and Naomi S. Baron asks why the length of texts have begun to matter in an age of digital reading. The issue also includes a wall-poster investigating the silent phonology of British Sign Language (BSL), with an article by Rowena Bermingham, plus much, much more!
Our review section has been taken over by Dominic Watt this issue, who recalls our 10th issue celebrations held at the University of Huddersfield, and given to an audience of our loyal subscribers by accent and dialect coach, Brendan Gunn.