Funded by the AHRC Translating Cultures research network scheme, two workshops and an international conference will bring together researchers in the UK with an interest in the history of Modern Foreign Language education – historians, applied linguists, and MLE specialists – with colleagues already active in the field in Continental Europe, to chart the history of MFLTL in the UK and Europe, in order to inform future modern languages education policy and capacity development:
Workshop 1 – Modern Language Education Histories in Europe: English, French, German and Spanish across Borders (7-8 December 2012, University of Nottingham)
Workshop 2 – Modern Language Education Histories in Europe: How National Traditions Differ and Correspond (6-7 July 2013, University of Warwick)
(Text from the ahrc network history of mfl workshop flyer.)
For more information, please go to the project website.