“Language Dynamics and Management of Diversity"

DYLAN-LINEE Colloquium at the Austrian Linguistics Meeting in Vienna

We are happy to announce that RT 4.2 will offer a joint DYLAN-LINEE-colloqium together with the Vienna LINEE team at the 'Österreichische Linguistigtagung', organised by 'verbal' (the Austrian Association of Applied Linguistics), 6-8 December 2008 in Vienna.
The idea of this colloqium is to first generally present the two
projects and highlight parallels/differences, and then home in on the individual teams' research foci (see the German abstract).

Publication by Ruth Wodak and Michal Krzyżanowski

It’s with great pleasure that we announce a publication of two members of the Dylan Consortium: « Qualitative Discourse Analysis in the Social Sciences », edited by Ruth Wodak and Michal Krzyżanowski from Lancaster University is now available.
Here you can find more information about this publication.

Dylan CM4 & First Spring School

Time is running ... and we already arrive at our 4th consortium meeting. It will take place on 16-17 April 2008 in Lyon, France. This time the Dylan Consortium will be at work for an entire week as the first Dylan Spring School takes places the days before, also in Lyon.
Here you can find more information about the Consortium Meeting and the Spring School.

Barbara Seidhofer interview with "Der Spiegel"

Barbara Seidhofer, responsible of the Wien University team, has been interviewed by the German review "Der Spiegel" about the matter of English as a global language. Here you can find a link to the "Der Spiegel" official website, where you can have a look on the complete interview.

Cycle de conférences "Les enjeux du plurilinguisme pour l'université"

"Les enjeux du plurilinguisme pour l'université": un cycle de conférences organisé dans le cadre de la Chaire UNICA (Réseau des Universités des Capitales de l'Europe) par l'institut de linguistique et des sciences du langage de l'Université de Lausanne.
Pour en savoir plus, consultez le descriptif et l'affiche de cet événement.

An einem Treffen mit dem EU-Kommissar für Mehrsprachigkeit und dem österreichischen Bundesminister für Wissenschaft und Forschung.

Wir haben erneut gute Nachrichten in Sachen dissemination activities aus Wien zu vermelden: Barbara Seidlhofer wurde am 13.12. eingeladen, an einem Treffen mit dem EU-Kommissar für Mehrsprachigkeit, Leonard Orban, und dem österreichischen Bundesminister für Wissenschaft und Forschung, Johannes Hahn, in Wien teilzunehmen. Diese Gelegenheit hat Barbara natürlich beim Schopf gepackt, um das DYLAN Projekt und seine Forschungsziele vorzustellen.

International Conference: Mediating Multilingualism: Meanings and Modalities, University of Jyväskylä, Finland, June 2-5, 2008

The conference Mediating Multilingualism, organized at the University of Jyväskylä as the 26th Summer School of Applied Language Studies, approaches mediation and multilingualism from the double perspectiveof the meaings and the modalities. In its focus are the different ways and means for mediating multilingualism, as well as multilingualism as a mediational system.

The High Level Group on Multilingualism presents its final report

The high-level group of experts, presented its final report on multilingualism in the European Union on 26 September. Read more.

Présentation de DYLAN au CILPR

Le projet DYLAN sera présenté par le Prof. Georges Lüdi au Congrès International de Linguistique et Philologie Romane, qui se tiendra à Innsbruck du 2 au 8 septembre. Résumé de la présentation.

Recent books in DAPSC series

Discourse Approaches to Politics, Society and Culture includes studies that investigate political, social and cultural processes from a linguistic/discourse-analytic point of view. Th e series includes monographs and edited volumes which combine language-based approaches with disciplines concerned with human interaction — disciplines such as political science, international relations, social psychology, social anthropology, sociology, economics, and race and gender studies. For further information please download the list of publications.
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