Lancaster University to explore Shakespeare language

Advisors and ambassadors to the new Encyclopaedia of Shakespeares Language Project at Lancaster University.
Advisors and ambassadors to the new Encyclopaedia of Shakespeares Language Project at Lancaster University.
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Fresh insights into Shakespeare’s use of language will be uncovered by researchers at Lancaster University.

The Encyclopaedia of Shakespeare’s language project is led by Professor Jonathan Culpeper and funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council. Advisors and ambassadors came together for the first time at the launch. Special guest was English language expert David Crystal OBE, Honorary Professor of Linguistics at University of Bangor and Honorary Graduate of Lancaster University.

From left: Dianne Smith; Matron for Dementia, University Hospitals Morecambe Bay Trust, Dr Penny Foulds; Honorary Researcher, Lancaster University and founder of the Defying Dementia Campaign, Maddy Bass; Head of Nursing, St Johns Hospice, Lancaster, Dee Riley; Day Therapy Clinical Lead, St Johns Hospice, Lancaster,  Debbie Holmes; Registered Nurse, Day Hospice, St Johns Hospice, Lancaster.

From left: Dianne Smith; Matron for Dementia, University Hospitals Morecambe Bay Trust, Dr Penny Foulds; Honorary Researcher, Lancaster University and founder of the Defying Dementia Campaign, Maddy Bass; Head of Nursing, St Johns Hospice, Lancaster, Dee Riley; Day Therapy Clinical Lead, St Johns Hospice, Lancaster, Debbie Holmes; Registered Nurse, Day Hospice, St Johns Hospice, Lancaster.