Almost 170 years after the Charlotte Brontë novel was published, Jane Eyre it’s still being as inspiring as then.
¡Easter School gathers all Roald Dahl's magic!
At home in Brighton, David Shrigley talks about his journey to become a successful artist of international fame, his artistic process and what makes him tick creatively.
Watch how students in Mexico helped to create Shrigley's 'Beginning, Middle and End' using two tonnes of unfired clay.
Curator Katrina Schwarz talks about how David Shrigley's headless taxidermy work 'Ostrich' was a rich starting point for putting together 'Lose Your Mind'.
We talked with author Nell Leyshon during her latest visit to Mexico, on the occasion of Hay Festival Queretaro and the presentation of her newest book, Memoirs of a Dipper.
On this plenary by Tom Cheesnan, you will find answers to questions such as: What can translations tell us about a translated text and about the culture that produces them?
Effectiveness of Praise-Question-Encourage (P-Q-E) commenting guidelines during teacher-written feedback on EFL learners’ rewrites: a case study
BBELT is an academic forum on which the latest English language teaching trends and novelties are presented . In 2017 it will take place on February 17 and 18. ¡Don't miss it!
There are currently plans to organize a similar conference every year, in a different Latin American country each time. The next conference will be in Buenos Aires on 22 April 2017