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Ingrid Piller

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  • Calendar - 25 March

  • 08:30h

    Keynote speaker

    Ingrid Piller (Linguistic justice – what is it and how can it be achieved?)
  • 10:00h

    Parallel session 4.1

    Laura Nap ("Development of multilingual and discourse practices in Dutch primary schools")
    Eabele Tjepkema ("Student language use in content-based trilingual education in the Dutch province of Friesland")
    Irina Moira Cavaion ("Minority regional language learning versus english learning in primary mainstream schools: what children say")
    Nicole Dołowy-Rybińska ("Revitalization of a critically endangered language through education and bottom-up activities. The case of Lower Sorbian")
  • 11:30h

    Etena / Break

  • 12:00h

    Parallel session 5.1

    Maialen Iñarra-Arregi ("Students’ use of basque at school: main results of Arrue project 2017")
    Suzanne Dekker (“'Enough silly language' - Children’s implicit and explicit attitudes towards multilingual speakers of Dutch")
    Myrthe Coret-Bergstra ("A holistic approach to multilingualism in secondary education")
    Maria Mazzoli ("Sustainable research on endangered languages")
  • 13:30h

    Etena / Break

  • 14:30h

    Bideo laburra / Short video

    Korrika, urtez urte / Korrika, year by year
  • 14:45h

    Video-posters

    Anika Lloyd-Smith ("Lexical proficiency as a measure of language vitality in North Sámi")
    Deia Ganayim ("Handwritten Signature, Minority Language and Identity: The Case of Palestinian Arabs in Israel")
    José Ignacio López Susín ("La recuperación de la toponimia aragonesa en las lenguas propias: aragonés y catalán")
    Ibon Tobes Sesma ("Palabras del mundo para una ética de la tierra")
    Elizabeth Torrico-Ávila ("La insurgencia lingüística detrás de la enseñanza de la lengua de los Atacameños")
    David Garcia Sirvent ('El més precís dels mapes'. Como las canciones representan los territorios catalanoparlantes como conjunto / How songs represent catalan-speaking territories as a whole.)
  • 15:20h

    Etena / Break

  • 15:30h

    Cineforum

    Award-winning short film: "Anti"
    Director: Josu Martinez
  • 16:30h

    Bigarren egunaren amaiera / End of Day Two

Speakers

Ingrid Piller is Distinguished Professor of Applied Linguistics at Macquarie University, Sydney, where she previously served as Executive Director of the Adult Migrant English Program Research Centre (AMEP RC).

Researcher for the lectorate Multilingualism & Literacy of the NHL Stenden University of Applied Sciences in the Netherlands

Research lecturer at NHL Stenden University of Applied Sciences, department Teacher Training in Primary Education and member of the research group Multilingualism & Literacy

Science and research Centre Koper

Institute of Slavic Studies, Polish Academy of Sciences

Soziologian graduatua - Soziolinguistika Klusterra (Basque Sociolinguistics Cluster)

PhD Researcher at NHL Stenden University of Applied Sciences & University of Groningen

Researcher multilingualism at NHL Stenden University of Applied Sciences (The Netherlands)

Assistant Professor of Sociolinguistics, Diversity and Minorities (University of Groningen)

Postdoctoral researcher in linguistics at the University of Konstanz

Chairperson of the Arab Center for Mind, Brain & Behavior (ACMBB)

Director General de Política Lingüística del Gobierno de Aragón

Palabras del mundo para una ética de la tierra

Instituto de Investigación en Ciencias Sociales y Educación Universidad de Atacama-Chile

Técnico en el Servicio de Lenguas de la Universidad de Alicante y profesor asociado en el Departamento de Filología Catalana en la Universidad de Alicante.