Programme

AHRC “RESEARCHING MULTILINGUALLY” SEMINAR

School of Education, Durham University
Wednesday 28th March and Thursday 29th March
WEDNESDAYACTIVITY/PRESENTATION/TITLE
10.30-11.00Arrival and coffee
11.00-11.30Introduction to Project and Seminars
11.30-12.10Mariam Attia & Richard Fay
"An exploration of doctoral students' reflections on researching multilingually"
12.10-12.50Marie-Anne Hansen-Pauly
"A pluralingual portfolio project for school and research in Luxembourg"
12.50-14.00LUNCH
14.00-14.40Olga Campbell-Thomson
“Alignment of tandem language data in an English-language thesis”
14.40-15.20Victor Manuel Morales
"A hermeneutical approach to researching multilingually”
15.20-15.40AFTERNOON TEA/COFFEE
15.40-16.20Mari-Carmen Mendez Garcia
"The intricacies of multilingual research"
16.20-17.00Alison Phipps
“From fluency to linguistic incompetence: Humble reflections on multilingual research”
17.00-18.00Group discussion (based on the day’s presentations)
THURSDAYACTIVITY/PRESENTATION/TITLE
9.00-9.20Introduction to the day
9.20-10.00Anwei Feng
“Researching in multilingual communities: An act to balance the paradigms”
10.00-10.40Ayesha Bashiruddin
“Reflections on translating research data: Experiences from Pakistan”
10.40-11.00MORNING TEA/COFFEE
11.00-11.40Sara Ganassin
“Community based multilingual research in the North East of England: Flexible multilingualism and language shift in researcher-participant interaction”
11.40-12.20Leah Dacheva & Richard Fay
“An examination of the research and researcher aspects of multilingually researching one language (Ladino) through fieldwork in another (Bulgarian) and analysis and presentation in a third (English)”
12.20-13.30LUNCH
13.30-14.10Prue Holmes
“Non-native English-speaking participants’ linguistic struggles in English medium research”
14.10-16.00Group discussion (based on the whole seminar)

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