In a culturally and linguistically diverse world in which languages are as mobile as people, goods and information, how multicultural societies understand and respond to the value of languages is a key question. The aim of this international online conference is to address this question at multiple levels of policy and practice.
Abstracts are invited for individual presentations and symposia that address issues of multiculturalism and multilingualism. They may fall into one of the following streams or be on any other topic relevant to the conference theme of multilingualism.
- - Language learning and use in the community
- - Indigenous languages
- - Multilingualism, technologies and literacies in education
- - Learning and using English in a multilingual society
- - Multilingualism in social and professional life
- - Geographies of multilingualism
- - Media, popular culture and communications
Jannis Androutsopoulos (University of Hamburg)
- Alice Chik (Macquarie University)
- Natascha Klocker (University of Wollongong)
- Terry Lamb (University of Westminster)
- Jill Vaughan (University of Melbourne)
- Katharina Wolf (Curtin University)
More information can be found on the website and the attached flyer.