Language and Communication

In whose interest?

In whose interest?

Most European languages use the word "interest" to describe the extra money we pay to clear a debt. Portuguese does not. Why do they differ, and what can this tell us about attitudes to money?Read on »

Sensory ways of knowing

Sensory ways of knowing

Bodily experiences and emotions are hard to capture in research methods that rely on models, questionnaires, and statistics. How can researchers record feelings?Read on »

The latest talk about language

The latest talk about language

Have you heard the latest talk about language — field language, conference language, journal language, theorizing language? A collaborative experiment is unfolding right now, and you can take part.Read on »