Fwd: [LING-ETHNOG] 2nd UKLEF E-SEMINAR
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Wed Mar 30 14:32:56 UTC 2011
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On Tue, 29 Mar 2011 21:37:50 -0600
David Boromisza-Habashi <dbh at COLORADO.EDU> wrote:
> Hi Ethnocommers,
> Those of you who haven't yet joined UKLEF (and those of
> already have) might be interested in this e-seminar with
> Heller. UKLEF membership is free, and there is no charge
> participating in the e-seminar either!
> David Boromisza-Habashi
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
>From: Jeff Bezemer <jeffbezemer at gmail.com>
> Date: Mon, Mar 28, 2011 at 2:08 PM
> Subject: [LING-ETHNOG] 2nd UKLEF E-SEMINAR
> To: LING-ETHNOG at jiscmail.ac.uk
> SECOND UK LINGUISTIC ETHNOGRAPHY FORUM E-SEMINAR
> PATHS TO POST-NATIONALISM: A CRITICAL ETHNOGRAPHY OF
>LANGUAGE AND IDENTITY
> When: 4th-27th May 2011
> Where: The UKLEF mailing list
> What: An email-based presentation and discussion
> UKLEF is pleased to announce its second e-seminar,
> association with the 3 year ESRC project on Researching
> multilingualism, multilingualism in research practice,
>funded as part
> of Round 4 of the ESRCs Researcher Development
> project is based at the MOSAIC Centre for Research on
> University of Birmingham.
> MONICA HELLER, Professor at the Ontario Institute for
> Education and Department of Anthropology, University of
>Toronto, and a
>Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada will be presenting
> book, Paths to Post-Nationalism: A Critical Ethnography
> and Identity (Oxford University Press) on the UKLEF
> The presentation is followed by an email-based
> by UKLEF. The discussion will be kicked off by MELISSA
> Associate Professor at the Departamento de Filologia
>Anglesa i de
> Germanística, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona.
> An electronic copy of one illustrative chapter will be
>posted on the
> UKLEF mailing list. The discussion is open to all UKLEF
> become a member, please visit our website,
>www.uklef.net. A transcript
> of the discussion will be published on the website.
> Please contact Jeff Bezemer (jeffbezemer at gmail.com) if
>you have any questions.
> David Boromisza-Habashi, Ph.D.
> Assistant Professor
> Department of Communication
> University of Colorado, 270 UCB
> Boulder, CO 80309-0270, USA
> Web: http://comm.colorado.edu/people.php?id=103
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