Juristernas hus (The Lawyers' House). Photo: Agneta Hollström
Juristernas hus (The Lawyers' House) where the syposium might take place. Photo: Agneta Hollström

Registration

Signing up is free but binding! Please email: marta.quevedo@biling.su.se

Location

Campus Frescati.

Programme

The programme might be updated during the spring, since it has been postponed from December, 2021 to June, 2022.

08.15–09.00 Registration
09.00–09.15 Introduction:
Elisabeth Wåghäll Nivre (Faculty Dean)
Niclas Abrahamsson (Centre Director)
09.15–09.45

Is Stockholm’s Multiethnic Argot More “Multi” than Ever? A Longitudinal Analysis of Foreign Lexical Material from 1994 to 2020
Nathan Young

09.45–10.15

Understanding Speech Perception: Modeling Adaptation to Foreign Accents.
Maryann Su Lin Tan

10.15–10.45

Causal Intentionality in Monolingual and Bilingual Witness Memory.
Marta Quevedo Rodriguez

10.45–11.15 COFFEE and POSTER EXHIBITION
11.15–11.45

L1 Retention and L2 Acquisition in International Adoptees.
Gunnar Norrman

11.45–12.15

Ethnographic Explorations of Language in a Contested Crimea.
Natalia Volvach

12.15–13.15 LUNCH and POSTER EXHIBITION
13.15–13.45

Does Bilingualism Come with Cognitive Advantages and Linguistic Costs?
Niclas Abrahamsson

13.45–14.15

A Multilingual Approach to Internationalisation in Swedish University Life.
Luke Holmes

14.15–15.30

Panel discussion: Making Bi/Multilingualism Research Matter.
Introduction and moderator: Linus Salö
Panelists: Kenneth Hyltenstam, Carla Jonsson, Natalia Ganuza, David Karlander, Christina Hedman & Susan Sayehli

15.30–16.00 COFFEE and POSTER EXHIBITION
16.00–16.30

A WEIRD Bias in SLA Research? A Bibliometric Approach.
Emanuel Bylund

16.30–17.00

Towards Epistemic Justice: Language, Identity, and Relations of Knowing in Multilingual Schools.
Caroline Kerfoot

17.00–17.30

Sociolinguistics of the South.
Christopher Stroud

17.30

Post-symposium mingle

 

Poster exhibition

Contact

Head of Symposium: Niclas Abrahamsson