[Edling] Ph.D. Course on Linguistic Ethnography Spring 2018 with Angela Creese and Ben Rampton

Francis Hult francis.hult at englund.lu.se
Wed Mar 21 06:12:55 EDT 2018

From: Christina Hedman <christina.hedman at isd.su.se>
Sent: Wednesday, March 21, 2018 10:59
Subject: Ph.D. course on Linguistic Ethnography spring 2018 with Angela Creese and Ben Rampton as guest lecturers

Dear all,

The Department of Language Education, in collaboration with the Centre for Research on Bilingualism and the Department of Child and Youth Studies at Stockholm University, offers a new Ph.D. course on Linguistic Ethnography in the spring semester 2018.

This course is part of the Doctoral School in the Humanities. Free spaces are available on the course, application deadline is April 19. Please, circulate this information.

The course Linguistic Ethnography (7.5 ECTS) consists of eight seminars, including guest lecturers Prof. Angela Creese, University of Birmingham, UK (3/5) and Prof. Ben Rampton, King’s College, UK (4/6).

The course introduces, discusses, and problematises linguistic ethnography and its contribution to research on language and identity with an emphasis on multilingualism, both in educational and other social contexts.

Course dates and times:

1) 3/5   09.00-12.30

2) 3/5   13.30-16.30

3) 9/5   13.00-16.00

4) 17/5 13.00-16.00

5) 24/5 13.00-16.00

6) 30/5 13.00-16.00

7) 4/6   9.30-12.00

8) 4/6   14.00-17.00

How to apply to the course?


Course web page:



Caroline Kerfoot and Christina Hedman

Christina Hedman, Ph.D. Senior Lecturer
Institutionen för språkdidaktik/Dept of Language Education
Stockholm University
SE-106 91 Stockholm
Phone: +46 8 1207 6690
e-mail: christina.hedman at isd.su.se<mailto:christina.hedman at isd.su.se>

-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
URL: <http://listserv.linguistlist.org/pipermail/edling/attachments/20180321/6462b51b/attachment.html>
-------------- next part --------------
Edling mailing list
Edling at bunner.geol.lu.se

More information about the Edling mailing list