Researching Multilingually

Arts & Humanities Research Council funded research network
22nd – 23rd May 2012
Ellen Wilkinson Building, The University of Manchester
Room C3.19/20

Tuesday 22nd May 2012
10.30-11.00Arrival, registration and coffee/tea
11.00-11.30- Welcome by Professor Helen Gunter, Head of Research, School of Education
- Introduction to the AHRC Project and to this seminar
11.30-12.10Anna Robinson-Pant
“Multilingual literacy practices and doctoral supervision: Exploring hidden voices, identities and texts”
12.10-12.50Petra Daryai-Hansen
”Language representations. A classification based on a multilingual empirical approach”
14.00-14.40Jane Woodin
"Doing multilingual research and researching multilingually"
14.40-15.20Stavroula Pipyrou
”Searching for translation: language commensurability among the Greek linguistic minority of South Italy”
15.20-15.40Tea / coffee break
15.40-16.20Robert Crawshaw
"Evaluating requests, referetiality, force and mitigation in bilingual data: two English-French/French- English cases"
16.20-17.00Tim Lewis, Ketaki Rajwade, and Liang Wang
“Research and Supervision across Languages and Cultures”
17.00-17.30Discussion of issues arising through the day
Wednesday 23rd May 2012
09.30-10.10Adrian Holliday
“Researching multilingually - thinking laterally”
10.10-10.50Jean Conteh & Saiqa Riasat
“Tensions between ‘diversity’ and ‘inclusion’: researching multilingually in home, school and community learning contexts”
10.50-11.10Tea/coffee break
11.10-11.50Carla Jonsson
“Doing ethnography in a bilingual and multilingual context”
11.50-12.30Anu Muhonen
“Doing ethnography multilingually in superdiversity”
13.30-14.10Achilleas Kostoulas
“Transparency and opacity: Intentionalities & representational positions in using bilingual data”
14.10-14.50Zeynep Onat-Stelma
“Researching bilingually: A Turkish/English case”
14.50-15.30Concluding discussion

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