In the Media

Our members have a wide range of expertise and are regularly asked to contribute to newspapers, magazines, blogs and have often appeared on television and radio.

Here’s a selection of Interland members’ recent media features.

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Professor Judith Baxter talks to Virgin Unite about Gender and the Language of Business, November 2014.

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Professor Judith Baxter writes for the Industry and Parliament Trust blog, following her talk for their event ‘Balancing the Boardroom: Gender in the Workplace’ at the House of Commons, November 2014.

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Dr. Erika Darics writes for The Conversation on the complexities of tactful online communication, February 2014.

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Professor Urszula Clark presenting at the British Council English, Speech and Society event, 22 April 2014

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Dr. Erika Darics writes for The Conversation: how an ill-considered comment on social media can lead to disaster, February 2014.

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Professor Urszula Clark writes for the British Council blog on ‘which variety of English should you speak’, April 2014.

John Blewitt speaks at the 'Searching for Resilience' event at Birmingham University, October 2013.

Dr. John Blewitt speaks at the ‘Searching for Resilience’ event at Birmingham University, October 2013.

Judith Baxter writes for The Guardian on how speech and language determine success in the workplace - June 2013.

Professor Judith Baxter writes for The Guardian on how speech and language determine success in the workplace, June 2013.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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