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Issues

U-Lingua Winter 2020, Issue 3

Winter 2020 Cover
Although Christmas is now behind us, there is still plenty to look forward to in the new issue of U-Lingua! This time, we have an exciting interview with Dr Claire Hardaker, host of the forensic linguistics podcast 'en clair', a series of articles and abstracts written by current PhD students in linguistics for "Behind The Bookshelves" on a special theme ('The Mind'), and a linguistic analysis of the recent political strife in Poland surrounding the abortion ban. There are also two puzzles to huddle around with family and friends to solve! With lots that we reckon might tickle your fancy, we hope this release can bring a good start to 2021! Click here to read on Issuu.
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U-Lingua Autumn 2020, Issue 2

Autumn 2020 Cover
In this, only the second, release of U-Lingua, we are bringing you a whole host of language and linguistics content to get excited about! From the introduction of a new section, 'A Hands-On Approach', which focuses on linguistic data and puzzles, to an interview with David J. Peterson, creator of languages featured in "Game of Thrones" and the upcoming movie "Dune", and even a guest writer appearance from Professor Richard (Dick) Hudson, Chair of the United Kingdom Linguistics Olympiad (UKLO), we have pulled out all the stops for your entertainment. Enjoy! Click here to read on Issuu.
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U-Lingua Summer 2020, Issue 1

Summer 2020 Cover
The Undergraduate Linguistics Association of Britain is excited to release the first issue of its new magazine, U-Lingua! The magazine aims to provide entertaining and informative content to undergraduate students of linguistics in the U.K. and abroad. In this issue, Poppy Plumb shines a light on the #ReframeCovid initiative, Ondřej Boček explains why language as we know it may have evolved before modern man, and we interview two professionals working within NLP. Click here to read on Issuu.
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