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The Language Policy Research Network (LPREN or LPReN) is "an international organization of researchers, scholars, and stakeholders in the field of language policy." It was originally launched by AILA in 2006 as the Research Network on Language Policy.

Website: http://www.cal.org/lpren/ (the previous website at www.lpren.org no longer functions)

Description

LPREN is managed by the Center for Applied Linguistics? (CAL).

"The overarching mission of LPReN is to promote the development of networks and rich collaboration around issues of language policy. [It] host[s] colloquia at conferences, invite[s] publications related to the field, convene[s] at events, and share[s] resources, announcements, and other opportunities via the LPREN listserv."

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UK Language Policy after Brexit 2018, ‘language, economy, and development’

Monday 10 Sept, University of Edinburgh

Plenary speaker: Professor Colin Williams, Cardiff University, ‘Conviction and the Policy Imperative’

https://sites.google.com/view/uklpab/2018
Poileasaidh Cànain anns an Rìoghachd Aonaichte as dèidh Bhrexit 2018: ‘cànan, eaconomaidh, agus leasachadh’

DiLuain 10 An t-Sultain, Oilthigh Dhùn Èideann

Prìomh-Òraidiche: An t-Ollamh Colin Williams, Oilthigh Chardiff, ‘Conviction and the Policy Imperative’

https://sites.google.com/view/uklpab/2018

Call for papers

(Abstract deadline: Friday 9 March)

For the third conference in the UKLPAB series, the theme will be ‘language, economy, and development’. As always we welcome papers discussing any aspect of post-Brexit language policy in the UK, but we are especially interested in the effect of Brexit on the interface between language policy (minority languages and foreign languages) and the economy.

  • How are languages framed as contributing to the economy?
  • How does language feature in policy debates over regional development?
  • How is language commodified as a selling point for tourism and services?
  • How is proficiency in different languages flagged as a skill for employment, both within the UK and abroad?
  • What is the economic value of cultural resources focused on minority languages like archives and museums?

Abstracts of 300 words maximum to be submitted using the form below.

https://sites.google.com/view/uklpab/2018

Non-presenting attendees are also welcome to attend.

We hope to keep this conference free for everyone, though we may have to charge a small fee. We will update all registered attendees in due course.

Gairm airson Phàipearan

(Ceann-latha Ghearr-chunntasan: DihAoine 9 Am Màrt)

’S e ‘cànan, eaconomaidh, agus leasachadh’ cuspair an treas colabhairt san t-sreath UKLPAB (UK Language Policy After Brexit / Poileasaidh Cànain anns an Rìoghachd Aonaichte as dèidh Bhrexit). Mar is àbhaist, cuiridh sinn fàilte air pàipearan a bheir sùil air rud sam bith ceangailte ri poileasaidh cànain anns an Rìoghachd Aonaichte as dèidh Bhrexit, ach tha ùidh shònraichte againn anns a’ bhuaidh a bhios aig Brexit air an dàimh eadar poileasaidh cànain (mion-chànanan Bhreatainn agus cànanan a bhuineas do dhùthchannan cèine) agus an eaconomaidh.

  • Ciamar a thathar a’ tuigsinn buaidh chànanan air math an eaconomaidh?
  • Ciamar a tha cànan a’ nochdadh ann an deasbadan poileasaidh ceangailte ri leasachadh roinneil agus dùthchail?
  • Dè an luach a thèid a chur air cànan ann am malairt (m.e. ann an tursachd agus solarachadh sheirbhisean)?
  • Dè an luach a thèid a chur air comasan ann an diofar chànanan mar sgil a tha feumail sa mhargaidh-obrach, an dà chuid am Breatainn agus thall thairis?
  • Dè an luach eaconomach a thèid a chur air goireasan cultarach ceangailte ri mion-chànanan, leithid thasglannan agus thaighean-tasgaidh?

Cleachdaibh am foirm aig bun na duilleige seo gus gearr-chunntasan suas ri 300 facal a chur a-steach.

https://sites.google.com/view/uklpab/2018

Cuirear fàilte air freastalaichean nach eil a’ toirt seachad pàipear/a’ dèanamh taisbeanadh.

Thathas an dòchas gum bi a’ cholabhairt seo saor is an-asgaidh do gach duine a bhios an làthair, ged is dòcha gum feum sinn cìs-chlàraidh bheag iarraidh air freastalaichean. Thèid barrachd fiosrachadh a sgaoileadh ann an ùine nach bi fada.



Thanks / Tapadh leibh,
Dave

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Dr. Dave Sayers, ORCID no. 0000-0003-1124-7132
Senior Lecturer, Dept Humanities, Sheffield Hallam University | www.shu.ac.uk
Honorary Research Fellow, Cardiff University & WISERD | www.wiserd.ac.uk
Communications Secretary, BAAL Language Policy group | www.langpol.ac.uk
dave.sayers@cantab.net | http://shu.academia.edu/DaveSayers

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UK Language Policy after Brexit 2018, ‘language, economy, and development’

Monday 10 Sept, University of Edinburgh

Plenary speaker: Professor Colin Williams, Cardiff University, ‘Conviction and the Policy Imperative’

https://sites.google.com/view/uklpab/2018
Poileasaidh Cànain anns an Rìoghachd Aonaichte as dèidh Bhrexit 2018: ‘cànan, eaconomaidh, agus leasachadh’

DiLuain 10 An t-Sultain, Oilthigh Dhùn Èideann

Prìomh-Òraidiche: An t-Ollamh Colin Williams, Oilthigh Chardiff, ‘Conviction and the Policy Imperative’

https://sites.google.com/view/uklpab/2018

Call for papers

(Abstract deadline: Friday 9 March)

For the third conference in the UKLPAB series, the theme will be ‘language, economy, and development’. As always we welcome papers discussing any aspect of post-Brexit language policy in the UK, but we are especially interested in the effect of Brexit on the interface between language policy (minority languages and foreign languages) and the economy.

  • How are languages framed as contributing to the economy?
  • How does language feature in policy debates over regional development?
  • How is language commodified as a selling point for tourism and services?
  • How is proficiency in different languages flagged as a skill for employment, both within the UK and abroad?
  • What is the economic value of cultural resources focused on minority languages like archives and museums?

Abstracts of 300 words maximum to be submitted using the form below.

https://sites.google.com/view/uklpab/2018

Non-presenting attendees are also welcome to attend.

We hope to keep this conference free for everyone, though we may have to charge a small fee. We will update all registered attendees in due course.

Gairm airson Phàipearan

(Ceann-latha Ghearr-chunntasan: DihAoine 9 Am Màrt)

’S e ‘cànan, eaconomaidh, agus leasachadh’ cuspair an treas colabhairt san t-sreath UKLPAB (UK Language Policy After Brexit / Poileasaidh Cànain anns an Rìoghachd Aonaichte as dèidh Bhrexit). Mar is àbhaist, cuiridh sinn fàilte air pàipearan a bheir sùil air rud sam bith ceangailte ri poileasaidh cànain anns an Rìoghachd Aonaichte as dèidh Bhrexit, ach tha ùidh shònraichte againn anns a’ bhuaidh a bhios aig Brexit air an dàimh eadar poileasaidh cànain (mion-chànanan Bhreatainn agus cànanan a bhuineas do dhùthchannan cèine) agus an eaconomaidh.

  • Ciamar a thathar a’ tuigsinn buaidh chànanan air math an eaconomaidh?
  • Ciamar a tha cànan a’ nochdadh ann an deasbadan poileasaidh ceangailte ri leasachadh roinneil agus dùthchail?
  • Dè an luach a thèid a chur air cànan ann am malairt (m.e. ann an tursachd agus solarachadh sheirbhisean)?
  • Dè an luach a thèid a chur air comasan ann an diofar chànanan mar sgil a tha feumail sa mhargaidh-obrach, an dà chuid am Breatainn agus thall thairis?
  • Dè an luach eaconomach a thèid a chur air goireasan cultarach ceangailte ri mion-chànanan, leithid thasglannan agus thaighean-tasgaidh?

Cleachdaibh am foirm aig bun na duilleige seo gus gearr-chunntasan suas ri 300 facal a chur a-steach.

https://sites.google.com/view/uklpab/2018

Cuirear fàilte air freastalaichean nach eil a’ toirt seachad pàipear/a’ dèanamh taisbeanadh.

Thathas an dòchas gum bi a’ cholabhairt seo saor is an-asgaidh do gach duine a bhios an làthair, ged is dòcha gum feum sinn cìs-chlàraidh bheag iarraidh air freastalaichean. Thèid barrachd fiosrachadh a sgaoileadh ann an ùine nach bi fada.



Thanks / Tapadh leibh,
Dave

--
Dr. Dave Sayers, ORCID no. 0000-0003-1124-7132
Senior Lecturer, Dept Humanities, Sheffield Hallam University | www.shu.ac.uk
Honorary Research Fellow, Cardiff University & WISERD | www.wiserd.ac.uk
Communications Secretary, BAAL Language Policy group | www.langpol.ac.uk
dave.sayers@cantab.net | http://shu.academia.edu/DaveSayers

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