This page contains everything that doesn't quite fit on the other pages! This includes languages, culture & society blogs and websites; film, radio, TV & podcasts; books & audiobooks; and academic & research.
Languages, culture & society blogs & websites
Language on the move "is a peer-reviewed sociolinguistics research site devoted to multilingualism, language learning and intercultural communication in the contexts of globalization and migration."
The Oxford Dictionaries Blog is run to provide interesting and helpful articles about language.
Babel is "the quarterly language magazine that brings you cutting edge linguistic research in an accessible and colourful format. Our print and digital issues cover a vast array of language lovers' lore, taking in languages from around the world, the past, present and future of language, and the many different uses of linguistics in the world around us."
Our Languages "has been produced as a place where we can share and collaborate on activities surrounding Australia's traditional Aboriginal languages." It forms a helpful guide to Aboriginal languages, including language maps and listings of community events.
Discover Society is published by Social Research Publications, a not-for-profit collaboration between sociology and social policy academics and publishers at Policy Press to promote the publication of social research, commentary and policy analysis. It features articles on Languages in society and policy.
Atlas Obscura is "the definitive guide to the world's wondrous and curious places (...)
If you're searching for miniature cities, glass flowers, books bound in human skin, gigantic flaming holes in the ground, bone churches, balancing pagodas, or homes built entirely out of paper, the Atlas Obscura is where you'll find them."
The author and illustrator pronunciation guide.
Planet Word is a new museum in Washington D.C. dedicated to words and languages.
We Teach Languages is a regular podcast dedicated to Language teaching by Language teachers.
Multilingual writing options at Australian Multilingual Writing.
500 galleries and museums available for viewing online.
Film, radio, TV, podcasts
BBC Culture – Language | TED Talks – Language | International Radio Streaming | LSE Digital Library Public lectures | iVoox | Langtech podcast | Talk the Talk Podcast | Lingthusiasm podcast | Superlinguo | List of foreign language shows available on Netflix
The Polygots BBC podcast.
ABC Radio's Tongue Tied and Fluent
Books & audiobooks
Multilingualism Empowering Individuals transforming Societies (MEITS) | Living tongues | New Books Network | Ofelia Gracía and Li Wei: Translanguaging | Bonny Norton: Identity and Language Learning. Extending the Conversation |