[lg policy] Workshop: The Law and Politics of Multilingual Peoples, Cardiff University, 12-13 October 2017

Yael Peled yael.a.peled at gmail.com
Sat Sep 23 16:29:38 EDT 2017


> Workshop
> 
> Centre of Law and Society, School of Law and Politics, Cardiff University
>  
> The Law and Politics of Multilingual Peoples
>  
> Room 1.28, Law Building, Cardiff University
> 12-13 October 2017
>  
> 
> Thursday 12 October
>  
> 0900-0930    Welcome and Registration
>  
> 0930-1100    Reine Meylaerts (KU Leuven) - ‘The Politics of Translation in Multilingual States’
>  
> 1100-1130    Tea and Coffee Break <>
>  
> 1130-1330  Leigh Oakes (Queen Mary, University of London) - ‘Intercultural Minority Language Rights: A New Approach to Language Rights Based on the Quebec Experience’
>                        
>                      Raquel De Pedro Ricoy (Heriot-Watt University) - ‘Intercultural Justice in Peru and the Need for Language Mediation’
>  
> Matteo Bonotti (Cardiff University) - ‘Theorizing Multilingual Partisanship’ (paper co-authored with Nenad Stojanovic, University of Lucerne)
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> 1330-1430    Lunch
>  
> 1430-1630    Rhianwen Daniel (Cardiff University) - 'The Impact of Language on Social 
>                      Cohesion - or Fragmentation?'
>                        
> Beke Zwingmann (Cardiff University) - ‘Establishing A Lingua Franca? Translation of Court Decisions as an Exercise in Inter-Cultural Communication’
>  
> Yael Peled (McGill University) - ‘The Political Ethics of Linguistic In-Betweenness’
>  
> 1630-1700    Tea and Coffee Break
>  
> 1700-1830  Andrew Vincent (Cardiff University) - 'The Enigmas of Comparative Political Theory'
>  
>   
> Friday 13 October
>  
> 0900-1100    Richard Crowe (Welsh Government) - ‘“Always the Bridesmaid, Never the Bride” - Legislating in Welsh and English’
>                        
> Zora Jackman (Public Service Interpreting, Cardiff University) - ‘Reporting on “Guidelines for Communicating Rights to Non-Native Speakers of English in Australia, England and Wales, and the USA”’
>                        
>                  Diarmait Mac Giolla Chríost (Cardiff University) - ‘Translating y Cofnod: Translation policy and the official status of the Welsh language in the National                          			Assembly for Wales’
>  
> 1100-1130    Tea and Coffee Break
>  
> 1130-1300  Joxerramon Bengoetxea (University of the Basque Country) - ‘Multilingual Communication in Law and Power: Access, Identity and Trust’
>  
> 1300-1400     Lunch
>  
> 1400              CLOSE
> 
> 
> Registration is free but places are limited. In order to register, please contact Dr Matteo Bonotti (BonottiM at cardiff.ac.uk <mailto:BonottiM at cardiff.ac.uk>).
> 
> 
> 
> New Publications
> 
> Partisanship and Political Liberalism in Diverse Societies
> Matteo Bonotti
> Available through all good bookshops, or direct from Oxford University Press <https://global.oup.com/academic/product/partisanship-and-political-liberalism-in-diverse-societies-9780198739500?q=9780198739500&lang=en&cc=gb>
> (Order online at www.oup.com <http://www.oup.com/> with promotion code ASFLYQ6 to save 30%.)
>  
> Tongue-Tied: Rawls, Political Philosophy and Metalinguistic Awareness <https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/american-political-science-review/article/div-classtitletongue-tied-rawls-political-philosophy-and-metalinguistic-awarenessdiv/C511051B9D480B412430A39766345E74>, American Political Science Review (with Yael Peled <http://www.peledy.com/>), 100 (4), 2016, pp. 798-811.
> 
> 
> Dr Matteo Bonotti
> Lecturer in Political Theory
> School of Law and Politics
> Cardiff University
> Law Building
> Museum Avenue
> Cardiff
> CF10 3AX
> Phone: +44 (0)29 2068 8594
> Email: BonottiM at cardiff.ac.uk <mailto:BonottiM at cardiff.ac.uk> 
>  
> Dr Matteo Bonotti
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Dr. Yael Peled		

Research Associate in Language and Health
The Health Care Access for Linguistic Minorities (HCALM <https://www.mcgill.ca/hssaccess/trhpp/research>) Network

Institute for Health and Social Policy
McGill University
Charles Meredith House 
1130 Pine Avenue West
Montreal, Quebec H3A 1A3
Tel.: 514-398-1236 

Faculty of Medicine
McGill University
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Montreal, Quebec 
Canada H3G 2M1
Tel.: 514-398-1768
					
Website: www.peledy.com <http://www.peledy.com/>
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