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Expert seminar on "Cultural Education and Civil Society: How can Languages contribute?"

26 – 27 May 2011, Leeuwarden, Fryslân, The Netherlands

 

 

Notes Expert Seminar 2011

Presentations


Available presentations (click to view)


It Aljemint, Thursday 26th of May 2011

10.15-10.45

Sarah Cartwright  -CILT, the National Centre for Languages, UK-
Teaching Culture and Language: the construction of an integrated paradigm

11.15-11.45

11.45-12.15


09.00-09.45

René Jorna (keynote speaker) -Fryske Akademy, Groningen University, The Netherlands-
Basque, Frisian, English, Spanish & Dutch: how to study multilingualism in non-empirical settings?

09.45-10.15

Boyd Robasdán (Robertson) -University of the Highlands and Islands, UK-
Cultural education and intergenerational transmission in Gaelic in Scotland

11.15-11.45

11.45-12.15

Manuela Guilherme  -Lusophone University of Humanities and Technologies, Lisbon-
Sustainable linguistic diversity & intercultural responsibility: the road to critical cosmopolitanism

12.15-12.45

14.00-14.45

Karen Risager (keynote speaker) -Roskilde University, Denmark-
Intercultural education in a transnational perspective

14.45-15.15

Ewa Chylinski –European Centre for  Minority Issues, Flensburg, Germany-
Culture and language ‘to go’ in Europe  

15.45-16.15

Susanna Pertot -Slovene Research Institute, Trieste, Italy-
The language transmission goals of the Slovene minority schools in Italy: a reality check

16.15-16.45

László Marácz  -Amsterdam University, The Netherlands -
Toolkit meets Mercator: a European Research Agenda