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Language Policy Forum 2019, University of Edinburgh - BAAL Language Policy group, www.langpol.ac.uk
SUBJECT TO CHANGE UNTIL PRESENTERS HAVE REGISTERED
Language Policy Forum 2019, University of Edinburgh - BAAL Language Policy group, www.langpol.ac.uk
SUBJECT TO CHANGE UNTIL PRESENTERS HAVE REGISTERED
Language Policy Forum 2019, University of Edinburgh - BAAL Language Policy group, www.langpol.ac.uk
SUBJECT TO CHANGE UNTIL PRESENTERS HAVE REGISTERED
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30 May9:00Registration & coffee30 May9:0030 May9:00
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9:15Welcome & opening remarks9:159:15
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9:30Elisabeth BarakosPlenaryHelen Kelly-Holmestitle tbc9:309:30
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10:30Charlotte Selleck 1Tony LiddicoatLanguage planning in universities: How universities provide for modern language study in the UK and Australia10:30Eileen Coughlan12Jenny RosénChallenging monolingual norms in adult education for immigrants in Sweden10:30Stuart Dunmore
25Miren Manias-MuñozPolicies and practices of minority-language TV broadcasting in the converged media landscape
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10:552Kirsten RosiersThe “other language” in Flemish higher education policy - Standard language ideology and parallel monolingualism in Flemish higher education10:5513Marilyn Martin-Jones MariaLucia Castanheira, Gilcinei Carvalho, Izabel Magalhaes, Andrea Machado de Almeida Mattos, Ana SouzaInternationalisation policies in higher education in Brazil: Investigating changing language and literacy landscapes10:5526Norbella MirandaFocalization: a strategy that increases inequity in Colombian policy for English language teaching and learning
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11:203Charo ReyesCommunicative repertoires of students of immigrant origin in Catalonia. Beyond school boundaries11:2014Andy HancockScotland's 1+2 Language Strategy: making effective links with 'language communities' or a missed opportunity?11:2027Ritu JainNegotiating policies, accommodating ideologies: Indian immigrants in Singapore
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11:454Joseph GafarangaBridging the macro-micro gap in language policy and planning: A language-choice-practice perspective.11:4515Mai Nguyen and Huy NguyenContemporary foreign language education policies in Vietnam: An overview11:4526Ben Ó CeallaighTensions between “New Public Management” and language revitalisation policies in Ireland post-2008
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12:105Florence Bonacina-PughInteractional repair as an entry point to the study of ‘practiced language policy’ 12:1016Josep Soler & Iker ErdociaKoiné – A language ideological debate in the Catalan movement towards independence12:1027Michelle GuConstructing classed linguistic practices across borders: Family language policy in South(east) Asian families in Hong Kong
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12:35Lunch in cafe downstairs, and posters* (1 hour)12:35Lunch in cafe downstairs, and posters* (1 hour)12:35Lunch in cafe downstairs, and posters* (1 hour)
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13:35Yongcan Liu6Stephen LucekLanguage Practice in the Absence of Language Policy: The case of Irish Secondary Schools13:35Iker Erdocia17David Cassels JohnsonWhat's past is prologue: Re-framing linguistic deficits for a new generation of marginalized youth13:35Florence Bonacina-Pugh28Jessica LuethAt what point do practices become policy?
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14:257Luke LuSingapore’s recruitment of academically elite foreign students: An empirical examination of multiple social fields14:2518Stuart DunmoreLanguage policy, new speakers and ethnolinguistic subjectivities in Scotland and Canada14:2529George AndroulakisFrom ‘default’ to ‘practiced’ language policy in chronotopes of refugee education
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8Hikyoung LeeThe demise of English education at Korean Universities14:2519Rebecca Callahan & Megan HopkinsLanguage Policy at the Intersection of Immigration and Education in the US: States’ Responses to Federal Immigration Discourse in ESSA Education Policies14:2530Tinghe JinBritish Government policy engagement with the teaching and learning of Chinese Language
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15:15Tea & coffee, and posters*15:15Tea & coffee, and posters*15:15Tea & coffee, and posters*
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15:40BethAnne Paulsrud9Petros KaratsareasNon-standard community languages: towards a new strategy for intergenerational transmission and maintenance15:40Marilyn Martin-Jones20Charo Reyes & Sílvia CarrascoUnintended effects of language policy on the transition of immigrant students to upper secondary education in Catalonia15:40Yongcan Liu31Julia SallabankThe icing and the cake: language policy lenses in the Channel Islands
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16:0510Peter SzaboLanguage policies of EU multilingualism constructed and performed in the European Parliament16:0521Jorunn Simonsen ThingnesEstablishing language policy: Conflicting interests in Norwegian academia 16:0532Anđel Starčević, Mate Kapović, Daliborka SarićThe one and only: prescriptivism and mono-ideologies of language
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16:3011Abigail ParrishSchool-level language policy through a student lens16:3022Mary Jane CurryDe Facto Language of Publication Policies in Chile: Institutional Initiatives, Available Resources, and Scholars’ Responses16:3033Donald AllisonVulgaridad as common language use: Implications in language policy for Mexican migrant farmworker men
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16:55Tae-Hee ChoiAdvice panel on writing monographs (inc. open floor Q&A)

Julia Sallabank (Attitudes to Endangered Languages, Cambridge U Press, 2013)
Joseph Gafaranga (Bilingualism as Interactional Practices, Edinburgh U Press, 2018)
Lisa McEntee-Atalianis (Identity in Applied Linguistics Research, Bloomsbury, 2018)
David C. Johnson (Language Policy, Palgrave Macmillan, 2013)
16:5523Hilde SollidLanguage education policy – the case of Sámi in Norway16:5534Eowyn CrisfieldFrom ideology to policy to practice: The importance of local context in language planning
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17:2017:2024Elisabeth Holm, Bernadette O'Rourke & Mike DansonVoices from blue-collar workplaces in a northern periphery17:2035Cinzia ColaiudaLanguage Policies of the Council of Europe
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17:45Free time17:45Free time17:45Free time
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19:00Conference dinner: Ciao Roma (advance bookings only)19:00Conference dinner: Ciao Roma (advance bookings only)19:00Conference dinner: Ciao Roma (advance bookings only)
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20:30After party (venue to be announced)20:30After party (venue to be announced)20:30After party (venue to be announced)
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31 May9:00Registration & coffee31 May9:00Registration & coffee31 May9:00Registration & coffee
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9:20Florence Bonacina-PughPlenaryConstant Leungtitle tbc9:209:20
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10:20Tae-Hee Choi & Diana CampsROOM 1.06 (upstairs) - Rapid networking: A carefully choreographed opportunity for all delegates to meet each other. Attendance compulsory!10:2010:20
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11:10Tea & coffee, and posters*11:10Tea & coffee, and posters*11:10Tea & coffee, and posters*
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11:35Elisabeth Barakos36Lisa McEntee-Atalianis & Rachelle VesseyAgency & nexus of influence on LPP at the United Nations (1970-2016): A Corpus-Assisted Analysis11:35Miren Manias-Muñoz45Wilson McLeodGaelic in Scotland: police, policy and territoriality11:35Tony Liddicoat54Molly BellamyNew types of legitimacy and authority in the field of language teaching and testing in the UK; the securitisation of self in every day life.
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12:0037Małgorzata TalipskaOn how Deaf demand interpreters in Polish Sign Language (PJM) in theory and practice. Linguistic rights of the Deaf in Poland12:0046BethAnne PaulsrudIdeological tensions: A study of intersections of Swedish policies affecting language in education 12:0055Elizabeth Shepherd, Lisa J McEntee-AtalianisExploring the role of meso agency in the language policy context of Vietnam
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12:25Lunch in cafe downstairs, and posters* (1 hour)12:25Lunch in cafe downstairs, and posters* (1 hour)12:25Lunch in cafe downstairs, and posters* (1 hour)
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13:25Iker Erdocia38Taehee ChoiChina’s Belt and Road initiative: Opportunity for linguistic minorities of Hong Kong?13:25Maik Gibson47Ursula LanversThe Englishization of the German education system through the lens of the public eye: a critical discourse analysis13:25Diana Camps56Olga SolovovaLinguistic landscapes in the North as 'frozen' language policy actions: insights and blindspots
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13:5039Michele GazzolaPolicy Instruments and the Bilingual Public Administration13:5048Barbara TrudellLanguage policy in Africa: Intention, implementation and appropriation13:5057Diana CampsDiscursive currents: When does a language become a ‘real language’?
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14:2040Charlotte SelleckInvisible Language Planning in the home – A study of Family Language Policy (FLP) in the Somali Community, Bristol, UK.14:2049Stephen Joseph McNultyFrom “linguicide” to “linguistic suicide”: An examination of the role of governmental language policy in the decline of indigenous regional languages in France14:2058Diane de Saint LégerEnglish as language of instruction in the French tertiary sector: The language ideological debate over article 2 of the 2013 ESR bill
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14:45Tea & coffee, and posters*14:45Tea & coffee, and posters*14:45Tea & coffee, and posters*
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15:10Stuart Dunmore41Karin ReithoferMultilingualism in the EU institutions – Leave or remain?15:10TBC50Maik GibsonTensions in making language policy recommendations in the DRC – between the ideal and the pragmatic14:45Tae-Hee Choi59Matthew CiscelLanguage Education in Moldova: Policy options between ideology and practice
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15:3542Eileen CoughlanBalancing the competing needs of new and traditional speakers in political debate in Ireland15:3551Ekaterina PankovaThe Debate about Language-in-Education Policy in Tatarstan: A Case of Conflicting Language Ideologies? 15:3560Alexandra GreyInsights into Minority Language Display Policy from an Ethnography of Language Policy in China Combining Three Lenses
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16:0043James Konrad PuchowskiWho are the activists anyway, and what do they want?: Understanding language activism as metapragmatic/metalinguistic discourse16:0052Yassine GuermoudiStranded Between two languages16:0061Prem Prasad PoudelMedium of Instruction Policy in School Education in Nepal: Its Drivers and Potential Impact
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16:2544Richard SmithHistorical lenses and layers: the case of modern language teaching in England over the last 50 years16:2553Sharon HarveyAn indigenised ICC (intercultural competency)? Language power, history and Aotearoa16:25
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16:50Closing remarks, thanks, and news of LPF 2020!16:5016:50
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*POSTERS
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Claire NeedlerWhat Does the Scots Language Policy Look Like in the Classroom?
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Sin-Yi, ChangEnglish medium instruction in the higher education context: Where is knowledge in the language policy?
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Kari SahanResisting English-only Policies: Teachers as Language Policymakers at an English-medium University in Turkey
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Siti Amirah Binte Mohd AminA multi-layered analysis of language policies in the domain of religion in Singapore
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Veronica Aidee Ramos GarciaLanguage Shift, Spanish in Contact with Indigenous Languages A Perspective from the Ecology of Pressures: The Case of a Cora Community
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Palwasha SajjadPerceptions of Students towards English-Medium Instruction in Pakistani Higher Education
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Ikuya AizawaAn analysis of Japan’s English as medium of instruction initiatives within higher education: the gap between meso-level policy and micro-level practice
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Hanna-Mari PienimäkiRegulating the language of journal articles: a case study on rejected journal articles
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Krystyna KułakEnglish-speaking Poles or speakers of Polish English? Changing identities in the Expanding Circle
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Hao Zhang
The practiced language policies in a Mandarin classroom in Scotland
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