Challenges, Opportunities and Future Directions
The Leiden University Centre for Linguistics (LUCL, The Netherlands) and the Heritage Linguistics Lab (HerLing) are delighted to announce the second segment of our LUCL Language Policy Virtual Research Seminars on Language Policy and Practices in the Global North and South. Drawing on situated case studies from Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia and Latin America, this seminar series aims to engage critically with contemporary debates around language policy and literacy practices around the world, thereby creating a dialogue towards the future directions of the field in a post-pandemic scenario.
We have an exciting line up of invited speakers who are recognised academics in the field. Please check the attached poster for further details. The seminar series will take place on Wednesdays between 06/10/21 to 15/12/21 (Time Zone is CET). Each session will last around 90 mins where there will be plenty of opportunities to interact with the speaker. The seminars are open to all researchers as well as master’s and doctoral students with an interest in language policy.
These meetings will take place through the Zoom platform and the attendees will need to register only ONCE to attend any of the talks. The registration link can be found here. Please remember that a valid zoom account will be required for registration. After registering, the attendees will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Those interested in seeing the videos from the previous segment (Apr – June 21) can find them here.