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Challenges and opportunities of embedding institutional research

Odeniyi, Victoria (2023) Challenges and opportunities of embedding institutional research. In: Decolonising Language Studies Symposium II, 25 October 2023, UCL Institute of Advanced Studies.

Type of Research: Conference, Symposium or Workshop Item
Creators: Odeniyi, Victoria

Keynote talk for a symposium co-organised by UCL SSEES PROLang and UCL Institute of Advanced Studies on Decolonising Language Studies.

The second event in a series that responds to current calls about decolonising the curriculum by fostering a transdisciplinary dialogue across linguistics, cultural studies, social sciences and politics as well as the critical study of discourse, intercultural communication, and multilingualism. On this second symposium, and a planned conference in 2024, we continue to explore the ways in which sociolinguistic ethnographic methods and participatory research can contribute to the conceptual and institutional re-grounding of the study of language(s) in a way which pinpoints the role of language in understanding political and social professes of (in)securitisation, intercultural understanding, and social equity. By engaging in this discussion, we would like to bring the study of minoritized groups, linguistic citizenship, and transcultural becoming to the fore in language education.

Official Website: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/ssees/events/2023/oct/decolonising-language-studies-symposium-ii
Keywords/subjects not otherwise listed: decolonising, language studies, resistance, Anglonormativty
Your affiliations with UAL: Research Centres/Networks > Decolonising Arts Institute
Date: 25 October 2023
Event Location: UCL Institute of Advanced Studies
Date Deposited: 01 Nov 2023 14:02
Last Modified: 01 Nov 2023 14:02
Item ID: 20701
URI: https://ualresearchonline.arts.ac.uk/id/eprint/20701

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