History of Modern Language Learning and Teaching in Britain

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Are you interested in the history of teaching and learning modern languages in the UK and in Europe? Then this site is for you. Browse the links and resources, but, now that our project has finished, see also the website of our ongoing research network: www.HoLLT-net. )
This site was set up by Prof. Nicola McLelland (University of Nottingham) and Dr Richard Smith (University of Warwick) in connection with their AHRC-funded research network project, 'Towards a History of Modern Foreign Language Teaching and Learning (MFLTL)' (15 July 2012 - 14 July 2014; AH/J012475/1 / RGS105262). The project aimed to stimulate historical research into language teaching in the UK and beyond, and to contribute to the establishment of a network of researchers via two workshops (December 2012 in Nottingham and June 2013 at Warwick) and an international conference in July 2014.

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