Published on May 26, 2016
1. NEW PLURILINGUAL PATHWAYS FOR INTEGRATION: IMMIGRANTS AND LANGUAGE LEARNING IN THE 21ST CENTURY HERIOT-WATT UNIVERSITY, EDINBURGH, 27TH MAY 2016
2. WELCOME / FÀILTE / CROESO
3. ABOUT US • Nicola: PhD on Cape Verdean immigrant pupils learning Galician Languages & Intercultural Studies, Heriot-Watt University • Gwennan: PhD on teaching Welsh to adult immigrants; paving a pathway to an inclusive Welsh citizenship. School of Welsh, Cardiff University • Interest in migration in minority language contexts where migrants have two host community languages; opportunities and challenges of being ‘double new speakers’
4. MULTILINGUALISM IN THE UK • Although Britain is very obviously multilingual, its representation as a monolingual state, or one that at best tolerates a degree of regional bilingualism in Wales and Scotland, allies with the powerful ideology of ‘one nation one language’ (Simpson et al. 2015, p. 202)
5. SEMINAR THEMES • What are the opportunities and challenges for new immigrants who learn new languages? • To what extent do new immigrant speakers challenge current conceptions of integration, cohesion and citizenship? • Which steps or initiatives could facilitate a more comprehensive view of integration, cohesion and citizenship in national and minority language contexts?
6. AIMS OF TODAY’S SEMINAR • A platform to share research and knowledge in migration and language learning within and without the UK • Discuss, challenge and inspire new ideas and concepts concerning linguistic integration • Foster collaborations between participants as well as forge ways towards cross-sector partnerships in the future
7. USEFUL INFORMATION • Hashtag: #baalcupcost2016 • Twitter tags: • @__BAAL • @COSTNewSpeakers • @hr_irc
8. INTRODUCTIONS • Professor Alison Phipps, University of Glasgow • Professor Máiréad Nic Craith, Heriot-Watt University • Dr Kathryn Jones, IAITH, Centre for Welsh Language Planning and Policy • Dr Cassie-Smith Christmas, University of Highlands and Islands • Claire Speedie, Senior Immigration Advisor, Scottish Government • Mandy Watts, ESOL Development Officer, Scottish Government • COST New Speakers Chair: Professor Bernadette O’Rourke, Heriot-Watt University • BAAL Representative: Professor Nicola Copland, Stirling University
9. THANK YOU / MÒRAN TAING/ DIOLCH YN FAWR
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