The first Language Acts and Worldmaking Conference (a large Modern Languages research project involving several universities and other partners) with the theme of ‘Languages Memory’ is being held at Bush House (the former home of the BBC World Service) on 13 and 14 June 2018. One key event of the conference is a round table discussion entitled ‘Languages Inheritance,’ being held in the early evening on 13 June, and takes the form of a conversation with Faïza Guène, author of Kif Kif Demain, the author Mireille Gansel, and their British translators.

The event is suitable for secondary teachers of French and AS students and those considering continuing to study A Level. For more information and to register for the event, click here.

The conference itself consists of sessions about language teaching and classroom practice and is free and open to all. For more information and to register click here