Language learning apps are very popular in app stores worldwide – and are said to be revolutionising language learning. These apps offer opportunities to practise grammar and can be a very rewarding way to learn vocabulary
This week, we are focusing on the Who Are We? Project, part of the Tate Exchange Programme, where through arts, activism and academia, those involved communicated the everyday realities of ‘hostile environment’ policies towards migrants and asylum seekers
PhD candidate at The Open University, Anna Colom, shares her experiences of visiting the Who Are We? Project, part of Tate Exchange, and explores the process that led to her own newly acquired status as a British 'citizen'
In today's reflection, OU PhD student, Evgenia Iliadou discusses her experience of visiting the Who Are We? Project at the Tate Exchange, and discusses how the artwork of Natasha Davies particularly compelled her to examine the idea of 'home'
Forthcoming Ferguson Centre event on colonial migration 2 July
“Migration in colonial Africa and Asia: historical perspectives, connections and comparisons”
Monday 2 July, time 10.30-12.30, Seminar Room 6, The Library, Walton Hall, Milton Keynes