Hampshire HistBites

Our Greatest Treasure - The English Language

September 16, 2020 Professor Christopher Mulvey Season 1 Episode 7
Hampshire HistBites
Our Greatest Treasure - The English Language
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Hampshire HistBites
Our Greatest Treasure - The English Language
Sep 16, 2020 Season 1 Episode 7
Professor Christopher Mulvey

Christopher Mulvey, Emeritus Professor of English at the University of Winchester and a trustee of the English Project, takes us on a historical journey of the English Language, explaining how invasions, colonisation and transatlantic naval and aeronautical dominance have all influenced the way we speak in Britain today.

Professor Mulvey also discusses dialect, sociolects and how London English has been adopted in Hampshire. His dream is to build a multi-million-pound museum in Winchester, dedicated to the fascinating complexities of the English Language.

For more information including a transcript, visit our website: www.winchesterheritageopendays.org/hampshire-histbites-episodes

Show Notes

Christopher Mulvey, Emeritus Professor of English at the University of Winchester and a trustee of the English Project, takes us on a historical journey of the English Language, explaining how invasions, colonisation and transatlantic naval and aeronautical dominance have all influenced the way we speak in Britain today.

Professor Mulvey also discusses dialect, sociolects and how London English has been adopted in Hampshire. His dream is to build a multi-million-pound museum in Winchester, dedicated to the fascinating complexities of the English Language.

For more information including a transcript, visit our website: www.winchesterheritageopendays.org/hampshire-histbites-episodes