From eureka moments to violent encounters, Gregory Anderson considers the good, the bad and the ugly of linguistic fieldwork
This final blog records my last week working with Movement On The Ground (MOTG) in Lesvos, as well as my thoughts on returning home.
My last week was as busy as usual, with plenty of linguistic opportunities as always:
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