[Edling] Educational Linguistics at 40: Past, Present and Future

Francis Hult francis.hult at englund.lu.se
Wed Mar 15 01:29:30 EDT 2017


CELEBRATE 40 YEARS OF

EDUCATIONAL LINGUISTICS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA!



Join us as we bring together emerging and established scholars,

all graduates or affiliated faculty, to share current empirical research and address the status of the field.



List of Speakers

Ana Celia Zentella, University of California, San Diego

"Towards an Anthro-political Educational Linguistics"



Nelson Flores, University of Pennsylvania

"Developing a Raciolinguistic Approach to Educational Linguistics"



Haley De Korne, University of Oslo

"Ethnographic Monitoring: Research, Advocacy, & the "Methodological Rich Points" in Between"



Nicolau Nkiawete Manuel, Agostinho Neto University  and David Cassels Johnson, University of Iowa

"Medium-of-Instruction Policies and Portuguese Dominant Language Ideologies in Angola: Historical Processes and Current Impacts"



Masakazu Iino, Waseda University and Yuko Goto Butler, University of Pennsylvania

"Japan's English Language Education Policies in an Imagined "English-as-a-Lingua Franca" Context"



Daryl Gordon, Adelphi University

"Unpeeling the Onion: U.S. Naturalization Policy and the Experience of Laotian Refugees"



Melisa (Misha) S Cahnmann-Taylor, University of Georgia

"Imperfect Tense: Where Educational Linguistics Meets Poetry to Investigate Bilingual Worlds"



Viniti Vaish, National Institute of Education, Singapore

"Translanguaging Singapore: Conundrums in Analyzing Data from a Metrolingual Landscape"



Rita Silver, National Institute of Education, Singapore

"Educational Context, Classroom Discourse, Reading Instruction and Teacher Professional Development - A Case Study of Research-practice Links"



Jamie L. Schissel, University of North Carolina, Greensboro, Constant Leung, King's College London, and Mario López-Gopar, Benito Juárez Autonomous University of Oaxaca

"The Learners in Language Assessment: Assessment Design for Linguistically Diverse Communities"



Discussant: Nancy H. Hornberger, University of Pennsylvania

Session organizers:  Kendall King, University of Minnesota and Francis M. Hult, Lund University



Educational Linguistics at 40: Past, Present and Future

American Association for Applied Linguistics Annual Conference


Saturday, March 18, 2017

Reception (11:50am to 1:15 pm)

Colloquium (1:15 to 4:15pm)

Marriott Portland Downtown

Waterfront, Oregon I

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