Language Policy Forum 2018 programme
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Language Policy Forum 2018. Each slot is 20m for presentation, 5m Q&A, 5m handover.
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DayTimeParallel session 1: Peak lecture theatreParallel session 2: Norfolk building, room 505Parallel session 3: Norfolk building, room 502
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31 May








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31 May








31 May
10:00Registration, welcome & opening remarks
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10:30(Plenary)Prof Tony LiddicoatConstraints on agency in micro-language policy and planning in schools: A case study of curriculum change
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11:301Shurli Makmillen“Proper” English and Language Rights at a Historically Black University in the U.S.8Buddug HughesResearching children’s language use during key stage 2 and key stage 3 transition17Ana Raquel Matias & Fabio ScettiIs Portuguese a dominant language? Language policies involving Portuguese in three different contexts of migration
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12:002Drew Hancock-TeedReconciliation and Language Movements: The Impacts of Treaty Making9Abigail ParrishWhich languages? The dilemma of diversifying provision18Osian EliasBehavioural Language Policy? Nudging towards a million Welsh speakers.
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12:30Lunch (1 hour), Chef Hallam Central (floor 6, one floor up from Peak lecture theatre)Lunch (1 hour), Chef Hallam Central (floor 6, one floor up from Peak lecture theatre)Lunch (1 hour), Chef Hallam Central (floor 6, one floor up from Peak lecture theatre)
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13:303Astrid AdlerLanguage questions in censuses as a mirror for language policy: the case of Germany10Nell FosterThe European Schools: Multilingual Framework vs Plurilingual Reality19Jaime Usma, Janeth Ortiz & Claudia GutierrezSearching for inclusive language policies and practices for indigenous students at times of English colonialism in higher education: A case from Colombia
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14:004Joseph MurrayLinguistic Diversity at and Around a Bilingual University in Washington DC11Facundo Reyna MuniainDiaspora Family Language Policy in Argentina20Rachel Showstack & Drew ColcherEducational Language Policies and Family Practices Among Spanish Speakers in Kansas
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14:305Janet EneverThe process of policy-making: between philosophy and pedagogy12Enikő ÖvegesLanguage education policy in Hungary: Do research findings matter?21Adam DahmerSocial and ideological tensions among early and late acquirers of Scottish Gaelic
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15:00Tea & coffee, and posters (floor 2, atrium)Tea & coffee, and posters (floor 2, atrium)Tea & coffee, and posters (floor 2, atrium)
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15:30Editors panel: Tony Liddicoat (Current Issues in Language Planning), John Edwards (Journal of Multilingual & Multicultural Development), Andrew Linn (Language & History), Marilyn Martin-Jones (Routledge's book series Critical Studies in Multilingualism), Janet Enever (Multilingual Matters' book series Early Language Learning in School Contexts)13Alex BarattaThe need for standard accents in British teacher training22Iker ErdociaDiversity and language recognition: the challenging case of Melilla
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16:0014Eduardo FaingoldLanguage and secession in Catalonia: Negotiating an expansion of devolution powers with Spain23Dave Sayers & Charlotte SelleckCareer mobility after Welsh- and English-medium education
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16:306James FongDigraphia for the Chinese language in Hong Kong: Diversity management of language at a time of changing political and social realities15Maartje de Meulder & Joseph MurrayThe legal recognition of sign languages 24Eloise EbersoldFrom Family Language Policy (FLP) into Bilingual Language Policy in Early Childhood Education and Care (ECEC): Multilingual parents’ dilemmas, challenges and hopes
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17:007Anna SolinAnalysing language policy as a local practice – a case study on the regulation of research writing16Marija SotnikovaLanguage Ideology and Language Policy in Poland, Slovenia and Ukraine (selected issues)25Omala Mercy OduThe French language policy in Nigeria: a quest for relevance
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17:30Wine reception, floor 2 (atrium)Wine reception, floor 2 (atrium)Wine reception, floor 2 (atrium)
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19:00Conference dinner, Piccolino - prior booking only - see map on conference websiteConference dinner, Piccolino - prior booking only - see map on conference websiteConference dinner, Piccolino - prior booking only - see map on conference website
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20:30After party at the conference pub, 'Head of Steam' - close by, see map on conference websiteAfter party at the conference pub, 'Head of Steam' - close by, see map on conference websiteAfter party at the conference pub, 'Head of Steam' - close by, see map on conference website
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09:00(Plenary)Prof Marilyn Martin-JonesAddressing dilemmas and creating hope: Towards a critical, collaborative approach to language policy
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10:0026Tae-Hee ChoiStructure, agency, and the “Teaching English in English” Policy: The Case of South Korea37Andrew Linn, Bezborodova Anastasiya &
Saida Radjabzade
Developing a language policy in Uzbek higher education48Maik GibsonHow relevant is standardisation for minoritised languages in the developing world?
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10:3027Jeremie BouchardAgency in Language Policy and Planning38Han-Yi LinEnglish-Medium Instruction at Universities in Taiwan: Language Policy, Institutional Practices and Individual Responses in the Globalized World47I-chen HsiehLanguage Rehabilitation vs. Language Utilization in East Asia: Taiwan, Hong Kong and South Korea
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11:00Tea & coffee, and posters (floor 2, atrium)Tea & coffee, and posters (floor 2, atrium)Tea & coffee, and posters (floor 2, atrium)
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11:3028Dennis BaronWhat's your pronoun? -- or, are nonbinary pronouns and singular they ruining the language or making English great again?39Josep SolerLanguage policy dilemmas and hopes of Catalan universities today50Rachel O'NeillBritish Sign Language recognition across the UK: Scotland leads, others hot on their heels
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12:0029Lisa McEntee-Atalianis & Rachelle VesseyLanguage Policy & Diplomacy: A Diachronic Corpus-assisted Discourse Analysis of the United Nations’ General Debates on Language(s) and Multilingualism40Ursula LanversPublic debates of the Englishization of Education in Germany: a Critical Discourse Analysis51John EdwardsCurrent Language Planning and Policy for Irish and Gaelic
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12:3030Subin NijhawanThe role of the L1 in bilingual teaching: creating “translanguaging spaces” for more global justice41Florence Bonacina-Pugh, Elisabeth Barakos & Qi ChenLanguage policy in the multilingual university: the case of Edinburgh52Ben Ó CeallaighLanguage policy in Ireland – ten years after the 2008 economic crash
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13:00Lunch (1 hour), Chef Hallam Central (floor 6, one floor up from Peak lecture theatre)Lunch (1 hour), Chef Hallam Central (floor 6, one floor up from Peak lecture theatre)Lunch (1 hour), Chef Hallam Central (floor 6, one floor up from Peak lecture theatre)
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14:0031Oksana AfitskaSupporting and promoting linguistic and cultural diversity in multilingual classrooms in England: a case of translanguaging. 42Kristina HultgrenThe Drive towards English as a Medium of Instruction in non-English-Dominant European Universities: A Call for Reframing Language Policy and Planning53Donald AllisonLanguage use and confianza: Implications in language policy for migrant farmworker men
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14:3032Pallavi PallaviPolicies versus practices: A study of multilingual classrooms of India43Matt KedzierskiTracing out the global rise of Chinese as a Foreign Language: a Cultural Political Economy approach54Kelly Guzman, Rachel Showstack, Amy Chesser, Nikki Keene WoodsSpanish Language Healthcare Interpreters in Kansas: Gaps in Inter-Disciplinary Education, Resources, and Policy
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15:0033Norbella MirandaColombia EFL policy appropriation in the classroom: Teacher's agency in times of centralized curriculum reforms44Muhammad Arfan LodhiLanguage Policy and Planning in multilingual instructive milieu of Pakistan55Rachel ShowstackHealthcare Language Policy in a Spanish Service-Learning Program
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15:3034Kirsten RosiersMonolingual language policy in Flemish education and its impact on policy, practices and beliefs 45Nigussie YadeteIdeological conflicts in using the Global language – English, in Ethiopian Higher Education: formal policy vs. informal practices56Cátia Verguete Appropriating Portuguese language policy in England: exploring lessons from the life story of a Portuguese teacher
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16:0035Jessica LuethContext-sensitive interpretations and implementations - dilemma or hope for European language education policy?46Sharon Harvey‘Pop up’ language policies and Asian languages education in New Zealand57Christina WagonerOffering and delivering bilingual services: language capacity building and strengthening of the workforce
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16:3036Laia DarderChallenges facing Catalan in times of diversity: survey evidence from the Balearics
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17:00Closing remarks, thanks, and news of LPF 2019!
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