Multilinguismo: hierarquias, desigualdades e marginalização

Acontece nessa semana (22 a 24 de janeiro 2020), no Institut National des Langues et Civilizations Orientales (INALCO), em Paris, o III Seminário Internacional da Cátedra Unesco Políticas Linguísticas para o Multilinguismo.

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Program / Programme

THURSDAY 23 JANUARY 2020 08h30 – 09h00

WELCOME OF PARTICIPANTS / ACCUEIL

 

09h00 – 09h30

OPENING OF THE THIRD CHAIR SEMINAR / OUVERTURE

Jean-François HUCHET, President of Inalco

Moez CHAKCHOUK, Assistant Director-General for Communication and Information, UNESCO

Evgeny KUZMIN, Vice-Chair, Inter-governmental Council & Chair, Working Group on Multilingualism, Information for All Program (IFAP), UNESCO

Gilvan MÜLLER DE OLIVEIRA, General Coordinator of the UNESCO Chair on Language Policies for Multilingualism

Peter STOCKINGER, Vice-President of the Scientific Council, Inalco Thomas SZENDE, Director, PLIDAM & Institutional Coordinator of the Chair, Inalco

09h30 – 10h40

SESSION 1 :    Language  hierarchies  –  Structures  &   Issues   I Chair : Françoise WOLF-MANDROUX, PLIDAM, Université Paris-Sud

 

09h30 – 09h50

Inequalities and marginalization of EAL (English as Additional Language) pupils in the UK

Victoria MURPHY

University of Oxford, Oxford, United Kingdom

09h50 – 10h10

La littérature francophone ou comment « des-hiérarchiser » des langues / Francophone literature or how to “un-hierarchise” languages

Romuald FONKOUA

Sorbonne Université, Paris, France

10h10 – 10h30

Langue d’État et langues vernaculaires en Sibérie / State language and vernacular languages in  Siberia Dominique SAMSON

CREE, Inalco, Paris, France 10h30 – 10h40                             Discussion 10h40 – 11h00   Coffee break

11h00 – 12h40

SESSION 2:   Indigenous languages:  Policies for assuring Vitality Chair: Ivan ŠMILAUER, PLIDAM, Inalco

 

11h00 – 11h20

Policies for Preservation of Indigenous languages: Actors and Responsibilities

Evgeny KUZMIN

Vice-Chair, Inter-governmental Council, Information for All Programme (IFAP) & Chair, IFAP Working Group on Multilingualism, UNESCO

11h20 – 11h40

The potential of language teaching MOOCs for protection of small languages: The case of Naxi Dongba in China

Joël BELLASSEN

PLIDAM, Inalco, Paris, France

11h40 – 11h50

The New Indigenous Language Teaching Scenario in Mexico City: Effects on linguistic revitalization

Elin EMILSSON

Universidad Pedagógica Nacional, Mexico City, Mexico

11h50 – 12h10

Politiques pour le plurilinguisme : les cours de langues autochtones Roraima, Makushi et Wapishana / Policies for Multilingualism : Roraima, Makushi and Wapishana Indigenous Language Classes

Ananda MACHADO

Universidade Federal de Roraima, Roraima, Brazil

12h10 – 12h30

Internationalization of Languages and Cultures of Indigenous peoples of the North in the Global Internet

Anatolii ZHOZHIKOV

Северо-Восточный федеральный университет имени М.К. Аммосова –

M.K. Ammosov North-Eastern Federal University, Yakutsk, Russian Federation

12h30 – 12h40                         Discussion 12h40 – 13h40                                 Lunch 13h40 – 15h10

SESSION 3:  Language Hierarchies: Structures & Issues II

Chair: Jin-Ok KIM, Université de Paris

 

13h40 – 14h00

Croatian and Serbian: A tale of two languages and their hierarchies

Dunja BROZOVIC

Sveučilište u Zadru – University of Zadar, Zadar, Croatia

14h00 – 14h10

“My Land lost and found”: New developments on Galician Portuguese

Ângelo CRISTÓVÃO

Academia Galega da Língua Portuguesa, Santiago de Compostela, Spain

14h10 – 14h30

Hiérarchies linguistiques et les spécificités de l’enseignement du français en Yakoutie / Language hierarchies and the specific features of the teaching of French in Yakutia

Isabelle Borisova ZHAKAROVNA

Северо-Восточный федеральный университет имени М.К. Аммосова –

M.K. Ammosov North-Eastern Federal University, Yakutsk, Russian Federation

14h30 – 14h50

Translations into Swahili: A paradoxical experience

Pascal BACUEZ

PLIDAM, Inalco, Paris, France

14h50 – 15h00

One language, Two systems: Language inequalities in teaching Portuguese as a Foreign Language in China

Julio JATOBA

澳門大學 – University of Macau, Macau, China

15h00 – 15h10                           Discussion 15h10 – 15h30   Coffee Break 15h30 – 16h50

SESSION 4:   Migrant languages and marginalization: Policies Chair: Delombera NEGGA, PLIDAM, Inalco

 

15h30 – 15h50

The multilingual (re)turn: reframing language education and teacher training in Italy

Edith COGNIGNI

Università degli Studi di Macerata, Macerata, Italy

15h50 – 16h00

La politique linguistique familiale dans des familles syriennes réfugiées à Istanbul / Family language policy in Syrian refugee families in Istanbul

Françoise LELIEVRE

Galatasaray Üniversitesi, Istanbul, Turkey

16h00 – 16h20

Battling inequalities, preserving patrimonies. Case studies on family language policies in France & in Pakistan

Shahzaman HAQUE

PLIDAM, Inalco, Paris, France

16h20 – 16h40

Language in the process of social integration of immigrants in Brazil

Telma Cristina de ALMEIDA SILVA PEREIRA

Universidade Federal Fluminense, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

16h40 – 16h50   Discussion

17h00 – 18h00
ROUND TABLE 1 – Minoritized Cultures, Endangered Languages
Moderator: Anuradha KANNIGANTI, Inalco
Irmgarda KASINSKAITE-BUDDEBERG (Communication & Information
Sector, UNESCO)
Frosa BOUCHEREAU (PLIDAM, Inalco)
Hui Linh DAO (CRLAO, Inalco)
Rosângela MORELLO (IPOL, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina,
Brazil)
San San HNIN TUN (LACITO, Inalco)

Dinner

FRIDAY 24 JANUARY 2020

09h00 – 09h30

Keynote Addres / Conférence plénière Language Inequalities: Possible typologies Gilvan MÜLLER DE OLIVEIRA

Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Florianópolis, Brazil Presented by: Anuradha KANNIGANTI

 

09h30 – 11h10

SESSION 5:   Language hierarchies: Policies for Sustainable Development

Chair: John ANGELL, PLIDAM, Inalco

 

09h30 – 09h50

Languages, Multiculturalism and Nation-building in Nigeria: Challenges of hierarchy, inequality and marginalization George ALAO

PLIDAM, Inalco, Paris, France

09h50 – 10h10

Language hierarchies, language technologies and their impact on the achievement of SDGs

Mirko PLITT

Translators without Borders, Neuchâtel, Switzerland

10h10 – 10h30

Hierarchies of multilingualism and successful intercultural dialogue: Drawing on cognitive science

Vera ZABOTKINA

Российский государственный гуманитарный университет – Russian State University for the Humanities, Moscow, Russian Federation

10h30 – 10h50

Resizing languages as resources: A 21st century agenda for intercultural and democratic language education  for promotion of information, knowledge and social inclusion

Edleise MENDES

Universidade Federal da Bahia, Bahia, Brazil

10h50 – 11h10   Discussion

11h10 – 11h30   Coffee break 11h30 – 12h40

SESSION 6:   Minority Languages: Policies for assuring Vitality Chair: Louise OUVRARD, PLIDAM, Inalco

 

11h30 – 11h50

Consolidating Romani language: For both linguistic justice and social inclusion

Marcel COURTHIADE

PLIDAM, Inalco, Paris, France

11h50 – 12h10

Paradoxical effects of language planning on vitality of minority languages in the Carpathian Basin

József Álmos KATONA

Institute of Hungarian Research, Budapest, Hungary

12h10 – 12h30

Language Vitality and Trans-culturalization of European Immigrant Minorities: Pomeranian in Brazil

Monica SAVEDRA

Universidade Federal Fluminense, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

12h30 – 12h40   Discussion

12h40 – 14h00                       Lunch 14h00 – 15h20

SESSION 7:  Language Hierarchies: Global languages, local languages

Chair: Daniel NEGERS, CESSMA, Inalco

 

14h00 – 14h20

Multilingualism as language preservation: The changing linguistic repertoires of Icelanders

Birna ARNBJORNSDOTTIR

Stofnun Vigdísar Finnbogadóttur – Vigdis Finnbogadóttir Institute, Reykjavik, University of Iceland

14h20 – 14h40

Language hierarchies and socio-economic inequalities in India: an understudied area

Anuradha KANNIGANTI

Inalco, Paris, France

14h40 – 15h00

Multilingualism and language rejection: the “Cameroonian paradox”

Liliane HODIEB

PLIDAM, Inalco, Paris, France

15h00 – 15h10

The marginalization of indigenous African languages in the South African media

Edgar MALATJI

University of Limpopo, Mankweng, Republic of South Africa

15h10 – 15h20   Discussion

15h20 – 15h40   Coffee break 15h40 – 16h50

SESSION 8:   Minority Languages: Preservation

Chair: Elli SUZUKI, PLIDAM, Université Bordeaux Montaigne

 

15h40 – 16h00

Mutual influence of diaspora languages and host society languages: between preservation and ethnocultural conflict Magomed OMAROV

Российский государственный гуманитарный университет – Russian State University for the Humanities, Moscow, Russian Federation

16h00 – 16h20

Preserving the Karaim Language Trakai Dialect in Multilingual Environments

Diana LAVRINOVIC

Vilniaus “Minties” Gimnazija, Vilnius, Lithuania

16h20 – 16h40

Preservation of the Hungarian Language and Identity in Cyberspace

Bódi ZOLTÁN

Institute for Hungarian Research, Budapest, Hungary

16h40 – 16h50   Discussion

17h00 – 18h00
ROUND TABLE 2 – Research on Multilingualism
Moderator: Thomas SZENDE, PLIDAM, Inalco
Sophie VASSILAKI (SEDYL, Inalco)
Marie-Christine BORNES-VAROL (CERMOM, Inalco)
Matthieu VALETTE (ERTIM, Inalco)
Roberval TEIXEIRA E SILVA (University of Macau)
Stéphane SAWAS (CERLOM, Inalco)

18h00 – 18h20

CONCLUSIONS

Evgeny KUZMIN, Vice-Chair, Inter-governmental Council & Chair, Working Group on Multilingualism, Information for All Program (IFAP), UNESCO

Gilvan MÜLLER DE OLIVEIRA, Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, Brazil

18h20 – 19h30   Reception

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