Aktiviteter

Gruppen mødes cirka hver 14. dag til diskussion af data og tværgående
problemstillinger.

Seminarer, konferencer, symposier

  • Symposium: Aktuelle perspektiver på flersprogethed
    Tid og sted: 28. januar 2016 kl. 10-16, VIA University College Campus Aarhus C
    På symposiet præsenteres aktuel forskning i flersprogethed – hos børn, unge og voksne i og uden for pædagogiske institutioner. Symposiet henvender sig til forskere, undervisere og studerende på universiteter og professionshøjskoler med interesse for flersprogethed. Martha Sif Karrebæk er en af de tre plenartalere.

  • Paper præsentation: Martha Sif Karrebæk & Narges Ghandchi: Guests and Hosts: A Study of Regular and Temporary Participants in a Farsi Heritage Classroom in Copenhagen, som del af Session: The performance of hospitality: Hospitality in politics, religion and society på the American Anthropological Associations årlige konference; Denver, november 2015.

    • Læs paper om “Language, mobility and growing up”, som var temaet for seminaret. Både seminar og paper præsenterer delresultater af projektet “Modersmålsundervisning for mindretalselever i den superdiverse storby København"

  • 6. maj 2015: Gruppemøde med fokus på Bakhtins voice-begreb

  • Colloquium on Conflict, security and the politics of language learning Friday 14 March 2014. Martha Karrebæk og Narges Gandchi deltog med oplæget “Troubled relations between language, ideologies and participants in a Farsi heritage classroom in Copenhagen, Denmark”. Colloquiet blev organiseret af The Centre for Language Discourse & Communication, Kings College. Se programmet her.

  • Panel: “Mother Tongue Education in Contemporary Copenhagen” på 2nd International Symposium on NEW SPEAKERS IN A MULTILINGUAL EUROPE: OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES, Barcelona, nov 20-22 2014;

Herunder foredrag:
      1. Linguistic landscapes among Danish-Arabic children in Copenhagen (PhD Student Ulla Lundqvist)
      2. Peer socialization in the Farsi classrooms (Research Assistant Narges Ghandchi)
      3. Polish immigrant families’ narratives on mother tongue education (Associate Professor Juni S. Arnfast) 
      4. Popular culture and less popular culture in the Turkish classrooms (Martha S. Karrebæk)
  • Ulla Lundqvist:  ’Social identifikation af ’den kloge elev’’. Årgangsforelæsning. Læreruddannelsen Zahle, UCC, Kbh. d. 27.10.14

  • Ulla Lundqvist: ’Hvorfor modersmålsundervisning? Forståelser af modersmålsundervisning for sproglige minoritetselever i den superdiverse storby København’. Plenarforedrag på Multikulturelle skoler, Nyborg, 11.11.14  

  • Martha Karrebæk & Narges Ghandchi: ”The very sensitive question”: Political anxieties and the pedagogical structure of the language classroom; foredrag på  Explorations in Ethnography, Language and Communication 5, Manchester Sept 11-12 2014; 

  • Ulla Lundqvist: ’The social identification of a ’smart student’ in the Arabic complementary classroom’, Department of Anthropology, University of Pennsylvania, September 2014

  • Ulla Lundqvist og Malene Als Nielsen: Sprogundervisning - fra et standardmæssigt eller multikulturelt perspektiv?  Workshop. Dansk i mange retninger. Workshop på Dansk i mange retninger, forår 2015

 

Publikationer

  • Martha Sif Karrebæk: ‘Arabs', ‘Arabic' and urban language use: Polycentricity and incipient enregisterment among primary school children in Copenhagen. In Madsen, Karrebæk, Møller (eds.) (forthc.): Everyday Languaging. Mouton de Gruyter.

  • Ulla Lundqvist: The social identification of a ‘smart student’ in the Arabic complementary classroom’. In Madsen, Karrebæk, Møller (eds.) (forthc.): Everyday Languaging. Mouton de Gruyter.

  • Lamies Nassri: “Well, because we are the One Direction girls”: Friendship, hierarchy and social status in the peer group. In Madsen, Karrebæk, Møller (eds.) (forthc.): Everyday Languaging. Mouton de Gruyter.

  • Martha Sif Karrebæk & Narges Ghandchi (Ms.): ‘Pure’ Farsi and troubled relations: Language, ideology and participants in Farsi complementary classrooms in Denmark.

  • Martha Sif Karrebæk & Narges Ghandchi (2015). ‘Pure’ Farsi and political sensitivities: Language and ideologies in Farsi complementary language classrooms in Denmark. Journal of sociolinguistics 19 (1): 62-90

  • Martha Sif Karrebæk & Narges Ghandchi: The very sensitive question: Chronotopes, insecurity and Farsi heritage language classrooms. Forthc. in Pragmatics & Society.

    Martha Sif Karrebæk (Ms.). Why teach Mother Tongue? Minority language education, language ideologies and diversity.