[lg policy] Fwd: 2nd Call for Papers: UK Language Policy After Brexit 2018, Mon 10 Sept, University of Edinburgh // Gairm airson Phàipearan, Poileasaidh Cànain anns an Rìoghachd Aonaichte as dèidh Bhrexit 2018, DiLuain 10 An t-Sultain, Oilthigh Dhùn Èideann

Harold Schiffman haroldfs at gmail.com
Thu Feb 22 10:26:33 EST 2018


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 2nd Call for Papers: UK Language Policy After Brexit 2018, Mon 10 Sept,
University of Edinburgh // Gairm airson Phàipearan, Poileasaidh Cànain anns
an Rìoghachd Aonaichte as dèidh Bhrexit 2018, DiLuain 10 An t-Sultain,
Oilthigh Dhùn Èideann
To: CAL Language Policy Research Network <lpren at caltalk.cal.org>




CAL Language Policy Research Network
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*UK Language Policy after Brexit 2018, ‘language, economy, and development’
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Monday 10 Sept, University of Edinburgh

Plenary speaker: Professor Colin Williams, Cardiff University, *‘Conviction
and the Policy Imperative’*

https://sites.google.com/view/uklpab/2018

*Poileasaidh Cànain anns an Rìoghachd Aonaichte as dèidh Bhrexit 2018:
‘cànan, eaconomaidh, agus leasachadh’ *
DiLuain 10 An t-Sultain, Oilthigh Dhùn Èideann

Prìomh-Òraidiche: An t-Ollamh Colin Williams, Oilthigh Chardiff, *‘Conviction
and the Policy Imperative’*

https://sites.google.com/view/uklpab/2018

Call for papers

(Abstract deadline: *Friday 9 March*)

For the third conference in the UKLPAB series, the theme will be ‘language,
economy, and development’. As always we welcome papers discussing any
aspect of post-Brexit language policy in the UK, but we are especially
interested in the effect of Brexit on the interface between language policy
(minority languages and foreign languages) and the economy.

   - How are languages framed as contributing to the economy?
   - How does language feature in policy debates over regional development?
   - How is language commodified as a selling point for tourism and
   services?
   - How is proficiency in different languages flagged as a skill for
   employment, both within the UK and abroad?
   - What is the economic value of cultural resources focused on minority
   languages like archives and museums?

Abstracts of 300 words maximum to be submitted using the form below.

https://sites.google.com/view/uklpab/2018

Non-presenting attendees are also welcome to attend.

We hope to keep this conference free for everyone, though we may have to
charge a small fee. We will update all registered attendees in due course.

Gairm airson Phàipearan

(Ceann-latha Ghearr-chunntasan: *DihAoine 9 Am Màrt*)

’S e ‘cànan, eaconomaidh, agus leasachadh’ cuspair an treas colabhairt san
t-sreath UKLPAB (UK Language Policy After Brexit / Poileasaidh Cànain anns
an Rìoghachd Aonaichte as dèidh Bhrexit). Mar is àbhaist, cuiridh sinn
fàilte air pàipearan a bheir sùil air rud sam bith ceangailte ri
poileasaidh cànain anns an Rìoghachd Aonaichte as dèidh Bhrexit, ach tha
ùidh shònraichte againn anns a’ bhuaidh a bhios aig Brexit air an dàimh
eadar poileasaidh cànain (mion-chànanan Bhreatainn agus cànanan a bhuineas
do dhùthchannan cèine) agus an eaconomaidh.

   - Ciamar a thathar a’ tuigsinn buaidh chànanan air math an eaconomaidh?
   - Ciamar a tha cànan a’ nochdadh ann an deasbadan poileasaidh ceangailte
   ri leasachadh roinneil agus dùthchail?
   - Dè an luach a thèid a chur air cànan ann am malairt (m.e. ann an
   tursachd agus solarachadh sheirbhisean)?
   - Dè an luach a thèid a chur air comasan ann an diofar chànanan mar sgil
   a tha feumail sa mhargaidh-obrach, an dà chuid am Breatainn agus thall
   thairis?
   - Dè an luach eaconomach a thèid a chur air goireasan cultarach
   ceangailte ri mion-chànanan, leithid thasglannan agus thaighean-tasgaidh?

Cleachdaibh am foirm aig bun na duilleige seo gus gearr-chunntasan suas ri
300 facal a chur a-steach.

https://sites.google.com/view/uklpab/2018

Cuirear fàilte air freastalaichean nach eil a’ toirt seachad pàipear/a’
dèanamh taisbeanadh.

Thathas an dòchas gum bi a’ cholabhairt seo saor is an-asgaidh do gach
duine a bhios an làthair, ged is dòcha gum feum sinn cìs-chlàraidh bheag
iarraidh air freastalaichean. Thèid barrachd fiosrachadh a sgaoileadh ann
an ùine nach bi fada.


Thanks / Tapadh leibh,
Dave

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Dr. Dave Sayers, ORCID no. 0000-0003-1124-7132
Senior Lecturer, Dept Humanities, Sheffield Hallam University |
www.shu.ac.uk
Honorary Research Fellow, Cardiff University & WISERD | www.wiserd.ac.uk
Communications Secretary, BAAL Language Policy group | www.langpol.ac.uk
dave.sayers at cantab.net | http://shu.academia.edu/DaveSayers

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