[lg policy] Fwd: Workshop - Language Policy and Planning in Multilingual Organisations: Exploring Language Regimes - 3 July 2017

Harold Schiffman haroldfs at gmail.com
Wed Jun 7 11:09:07 EDT 2017


Forwarded From: <lpren at caltalk.cal.org>
Date: Tue, Jun 6, 2017 at 12:42 PM
Subject: Workshop - Language Policy and Planning in Multilingual
Organisations: Exploring Language Regimes - 3 July 2017





CAL Language Policy Research Network
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Dear colleagues,
Please distribute widely
Best regards,
Michele Gazzola & Lisa Atalianis

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*Language Policy and Planning in Multilingual Organisations: Exploring
Language Regimes*
<http://www.bbk.ac.uk/bih/events/events/bbk-local?uid=091195ec5fc2442ea9c09145e3494b29>

Starts 03 July 2017 - 10:00
Finishes 03 July 2017 - 17:00
Venue Birkbeck University of London, WC1E 7HX. Room B36, Malet Street main
building. Torrington Square entrance.

Hosted by: Dr Lisa McEntee-Atalianis (Birkbeck)
<http://www.bbk.ac.uk/linguistics/our-staff/academic-staff/lisa-mcentee-atalianis>
& Dr Michele Gazzola (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)
<http://www.michelegazzola.com/>
Event description

The Department of Applied Linguistics and Communication, Birkbeck,
University of London and the Birkbeck Institute for the Humanities

Whilst there is still comparatively limited research on LPP in
organisations, studies on supranational organisations (e.g. the EU and UN)
and public administration of multilingual states (e.g. Canada, Switzerland,
Belgium) have shown that they experience great difficulties in implementing
and sustaining multilingual provision. This can lead to marked
inefficiencies and inequities for those functioning within
organisations/administrations and/or those affected externally by their
work. Current language regimes in some multilingual organisations no longer
necessarily reflect the practices or needs of individuals who work within
them. Moreover, there is demand for scientific data on ‘optimal’ language
regimes for established and newly emerging multilingual organisations. For
further developments in the field of LPP and for academics to be able to
inform policy makers, concerted interdisciplinary collaboration is needed –
not least the combined efforts of linguists, economists and political
scientists.

This symposium will bring together some of the leading scholars in the
field of LPP who work across a range of disciplines (education; economics;
linguistics; politics) in order to discuss:

   - the unique challenges faced by multilingual organisations working
   within different sectors (e.g. business; diplomacy; economics) and the
   challenges faced by researchers who work in these sites
   - methods to investigate and model language regimes
   - the identification and the evaluation of the socio-economic and
   political effects of alternative ways of managing multilingual
   communication adopted by public administrations and organisations (e.g.
   political representativeness, democratic participation, social exclusion)
   - the current priorities for LPP research and its impact on policy
   makers working in multilingual organisations.


*Open to All: *

Deadline for registration: 26/06/2017.


*BOOK YOUR PLACE <https://www2.bbk.ac.uk/bih/lppmo/> *

*Confirmed Speakers:*

   - *Helder de Schutter (KU Leuven)
   <https://hiw.kuleuven.be/ripple/people/00042117>*- Does English
   polycentricity in the EU reduce linguistic injustice?
   - *Jeremy Evas (School of Welsh, Cardiff University)*
   <https://www.cardiff.ac.uk/people/view/87785-evas-jeremy> - Automating
   Welsh Language Use? Increasing use of Minority Languages on Electronic
   Platforms.
   - *Jan Fidrmuc (Brunel University)*
   <http://www.brunel.ac.uk/people/jan-fidrmuc> - Foreign Language Skills
   and Ideological Orientation
   - *Michele Gazzola <http://www.michelegazzola.com/> & Torsten Templin
   <https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Torsten_Templin>
   (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)* - Quantitative Indicators for the
   Planning & Monitoring of Language Policies in Multilingual Organisations.
   - *Federico Gobbo (University of Amsterdam/Torino)
   <http://www.uva.nl/en/about-the-uva/organisation/staff-members/content/g/o/f.gobbo/f.gobbo.html>
   *- Non-Governmental Organizations using Esperanto: which kind of
   multilingualism?
   - *François Grin (University of Geneva)
   <https://www.unige.ch/fti/recherches/groupes/elf/en/equipe/chercheurs/grin/>
   *- The relevance of an economic perspective for the evaluation of
   language regimes: are there any economics in Switzerland's language policy
   at the federal level?
   - *Peter Kraus (University of Augsburg)*
   <http://www.uni-augsburg.de/institute/kanada/kraus.htm>- Ligatures,
   options, and power: towards a political sociology of multilingualism in
   Europe
   - *Joseph Lacey (UCL & University of Oxford)
   <http://www.univ.ox.ac.uk/univ-people/joseph-lacey> *- Secession,
   Devolution, Integration: When Language Matters
   - *Leigh Oakes (Queen Mary, University of London)
   <http://french.sllf.qmul.ac.uk/french/people/oakes.html>*-
   The Organisation internationale de la Francophonie and the question of
   pluricentric linguistic justice in the French-speaking world
   - *Sue Wright
   <http://www.port.ac.uk/centre-for-european-and-international-studies-research/members/professor-sue-wright.html>&
   Sarah Berthaud
   <http://www.port.ac.uk/centre-for-european-and-international-studies-research/members/dr-sarah-berthaud.html>
   (University of Portsmouth)* - Inclusion and exclusion in the European
   Parliament: the linguistic dimension

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 Harold F. Schiffman

Professor Emeritus of
 Dravidian Linguistics and Culture
Dept. of South Asia Studies
University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, PA 19104-6305

Phone:  (215) 898-7475
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