Workshop "Linguistic Pluralism"

Chaired by
Fernand de Varennes (Professor of Law, Murdoch University, Australia)

  • Erzhena Batorova (Political Studies, Journalist, Russia)
    ‚ÄúPolitical Autonomy and Linguistic Freedom. Case of Buryat People‚ÄĚ
  • Dominik Bohl (Sociology, University of G√∂ttingen, Germany)
    ‚ÄúLanguage Rights in the World Polity ‚Äď From Non-Discrimination to Multilingualism‚ÄĚ
  • Cristobal Bonelli (Clinical and Cultural Psychology, University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom)
    ‚ÄúReflections on Linguistic Freedom and on Extralinguistic Freedom in Southern Chile‚ÄĚ
  • Hadas Cohen (Political Science, The New School for Social Research, NY, USA)
    "How Does a Nation Remember What Cannot be Forgotten and Forget What Cannot be Remembered? - The Case of Arabic Language in Israel"
  • Dragos Dragoman (Political Science, ‚ÄėLucian Blaga‚Äô University of Sibiu, Romania)
    ‚ÄúLanguage Rights, Citizenship and the Sense of National Unity in Romania‚ÄĚ
  • Bridget Goodman (Educational Linguistics, University of Pennsylvania, USA)
    ‚ÄúUkraine and the Bologna Process: Convergence, Pluralism, or both?‚ÄĚ
  • Ken Haig (Political Science, Harvard University, USA)
    ‚ÄúCountering Monocultural Claims in East Asia: Immigrant Integration, Education and Language Rights in Japan‚ÄĚ
  • Mario L√≥pez-Gopar (Second Language Education, Universidad Aut√≥noma ‚ÄúBenito Ju√°rez‚ÄĚ de Oaxaca, M√©xico)
    ‚ÄúTo Be or not to Be Indigenous: Oaxacan Children‚Äôs Self-Identification as Indigenous People‚ÄĚ
  • Thomas Petzold (Media Studies, Queensland University of Technology, Australia)
    ‚Äú36 Million Language Pairs: Generative Multilingualism in Digitally-Enabled Societies‚ÄĚ
  • Meital Pinto (Law, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel)
    ‚ÄúLanguage Rights, Religious Freedom and Equality of Cultural Identity‚ÄĚ
  • Gail Prasad (Second Language Education, University of Toronto, Canada)
    ‚ÄúMultiple Minorities or Plurilingual Learners? Allophone Immigrant Children‚Äôs Language Education Rights in Canada‚ÄĚ
  • Guillermo Recio Guajardo (International Studies, Autonomous University of Nuevo Le√≥n, Mexico)
    “Educational Challenges in the Rarámuri Indigenous Community. The Bicultural-Bilingual Approach“
  • Jessica Sperling (Sociology, City University of New York, USA)
    ‚ÄúLanguage-Based Inequalities in Access to Public Services: The Social Consequences of the Gap between Policy and Reality‚ÄĚ
  • Iryna Ulasiuk (Law, European University Institute, Florence, Italy)
    ‚ÄúLinguistic Diversity in Televison and Radio Broadcasting in Russia: A Myth or Reality?‚ÄĚ