[lg policy] PhD. Programs

Serafin Coronel-Molina scoronelmolina at GMAIL.COM
Sat Mar 20 15:28:11 UTC 2010


Francis,

Thank you for the list!  Here are more to add to the list you provided:

University of Aberdeen
http://abdn.ac.uk/prospectus/pgrad/study/taught.php?code=lang_policy

http://abdn.ac.uk/sras/leaflets/pgrad/lang_policy.pdf

University of Glasgow
http://www.findamasters.com/search/showcourse.asp?cour_id=15928

Indiana University, Department of Literacy, Culture, and Language Education.
(Serafin M. Coronel-Molina).
http://education.indiana.edu/Default.aspx?alias=education.indiana.edu/langed
We offer Language Policy and Planning courses (onsite and online) for Master
and Ph.D. students. We have several students working on Language Policy and
Planning around the world. We also pay close attention to Language and
Culture Revitalization through our well-established Minority Languages and
Cultures of Latin America Program http://www.indiana.edu/~mlcp/index.php

Brifysgol Bangor University
http://www.bangor.ac.uk/so/listcourses_pg.php.en?view=course&prospectustype=postgraduate&courseid=461&subjectarea=37

University of Hawai'i, Department of Second Language Studies
http://www.hawaii.edu/sls/?link=view_handbook&section=11

Departmet of Applied Linguistics, Penn State
http://aplng.la.psu.edu/people/MAstudents.php

This is a nice list already on the LP website, I think
http://ccat.sas.upenn.edu/plc/clpp/members.html

There are many universities around the world that offer Language Policy and
Planning courses such as
 Univeristy of California at Berkeley; UCLA, Roehampton University, London;
Reading University, etc. etc. However, I think we need to create more Master
and Ph.D. Programs in Language Policy and Planning from interdisciplinary
perspective, especially in the United States. The University of Aberdeen and
the University of Glasgow are good examples to follow.

Best,

Serafin

Serafin M. Coronel-Molina
Assistant Professor of Language Education
Department of Literacy, Culture, and Language Education
Indiana University, Bloomington


On Sat, Mar 20, 2010 at 9:25 AM, Francis Hult <francis.hult at utsa.edu> wrote:

> This would work in the US too.  There are several strong doctoral programs
> in which one could carve out a niche in LPP by working with a supervisor who
> specializes in this area (even when the PhD program has a broader focus).
>  Here are a few off the top of my head in alpha order, with names of
> programs and some people who specialize in LPP:
>
> Arizona State University; Applied Linguistics (they have a specialization
> in LPP; Teresa McCarty, Terrence Wily, etc.):
> http://appliedlinguistics.asu.edu/
>
> Northern Arizona State University; Applied Linguistics (Mary McGroarty):
> http://www.cal.nau.edu/english/phd_program.asp
>
> University of Minnesota; Second Languages and Cultures (Kendall King):
> http://www.cehd.umn.edu/ci/Programs/SLC/default.html
>
> University of Pennsylvania; Educational Linguistics (Nancy Hornberger,
> among others):
> http://www.gse.upenn.edu/degrees_programs/ed_linguistics <
> http://www.gse.upenn.edu/degrees_programs/ed_linguistics>
> (As a side note, I did my PhD in educational linguistics at Penn with a
> focus on LPP in Sweden.  Penn has a strong tradition of work in
> LPP...including, of course, this listserv hosted at Penn and managed by Hal
> Schiffman).
>
> University of Texas at San Antonio; Culture, Literacy, and Language (Wayne
> Wright, Francis Hult, among others):
> http://coehd.utsa.edu/bicultural-bilingual_studies/degree_programs/
> (We also have another department at UT San Antonio with a focus on
> educational policy for those who wish to bridge that with LPP)
>
> There are others I am leaving off, I'm sure.  Canada has several strong PhD
> programs too, where one could do work in LPP (e.g., OISE).  Maybe a list of
> LPP-friendly PhD programs around the world would be useful resource for the
> CLPP website.
>
> FMH
>
> --
> Francis M. Hult, Ph.D.
> Assistant Professor
> Department of Bicultural-Bilingual Studies
> University of Texas at San Antonio
>
> Web: http://faculty.coehd.utsa.edu/fhult/
>
> ________________________________
>
> From: lgpolicy-list-bounces+francis.hult=utsa.edu at groups.sas.upenn.edu on
> behalf of Anthea Fraser Gupta
> Sent: Thu 3/18/2010 6:40 PM
> To: Language Policy List
>  Subject: RE: [lg policy] PhD. Programs
>
>
>
> HH....
>
> If you can, you could try to do a doctoral degree in a country where there
> aren't programs as in the US, but where there are staff with an interest in
> supervising doctoral degrees in LPP  (this would be true in UK, Singapore,
> Australia, Malaysia and, I believe, many other Commonwealth countries).
>
> Anthea
> *     *     *     *     *
> Anthea Fraser Gupta (Dr)
> School of English, University of Leeds, LS2 9JT
> <www.leeds.ac.uk/english/staff/afg<
> http://www.leeds.ac.uk/english/staff/afg>>
> *     *     *     *     *
>
> ________________________________
> From: lgpolicy-list-bounces at groups.sas.upenn.edu [
> lgpolicy-list-bounces at groups.sas.upenn.edu] On Behalf Of H H [
> sharb01 at hotmail.com]
> Sent: 18 March 2010 15:06
> To: lgpolicy-list at groups.sas.upenn.edu
> Subject: RE: [lg policy] PhD. Programs
>
>
>
>
> I would have loved an  opportunity to continue my graduate studies in LPP.
>  I was the only students in our Doctoral program that showed any interest in
> LLP at SUNY.  There were no courses available to take, as such, I stopped
> and I now would continue in a heart beat if I find another university with
> LLP Doctoral program. Thanks for discussing this topic.
>
>
>
>
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