Language, mobility and growing up: Children in linguistically complex situations of socialization
Seminar arranged by Martha Karrebæk 24 June 2015.
10-10:25 Welcome by Martha Sif Karrebæk (INSS, KU)
10:25-11:00 Narges Ghandchi (INSS, KU): Who is the authority? The study of language registers in and around heritage language classrooms in Copenhagen
11:00-11:15 Coffee & tea
11:15-11:50 Marie Maegaard & Anne Larsen (NFI, KU): "English is a gift”: Discourses on language choice among parents in bilingual English/Danish families in Denmark
11:50-12:25 Shannon Ward (New York University): Style and Standardization: Tibetan Parent-Child Interaction in Greater New York
13:20-13:55 Line Møller Daugaard (VIA University College): Linguistic practices in and around mother tongue teaching. A linguistic ethnographic case study of language teaching across the curriculum in a Danish primary school
13:55-14:30 Thomas Nørreby (INSS, KU): Globalized ethnicities
14:30-14:50 Coffee & Tea
14:50-15:25 Malg Machowska-Kosciak (Trinity College Dublin): First and Second Language Socialisation of Polish adolescents in Ireland
15:25-16 Paulina Bala (INSS, KU): Investment in Polish: Perspectives on Polish Mother Tongue Education
16:15-16:50 Juni Arnfast (INSS, KU): Narratives about multilingualism - the case of Polish speaking families in Copenhagen
16:50-17:15 Final discussion, future directions and ideas
Lunch will be at the participants’ own expenses.
After the meeting we will arrange to have dinner in town.
For more information and if you wish to attend the workshop, please contact: Martha Karrebæk