16.06.2016

Conference programme

 

The conference programme with presentations (updated 13 June) 

The abstract book

 

The overall schedule of the conference

Monday   20 June

Tuesday   21 June

Wednesday 22 June

9.00–12.00

Registration and lunch (not included in the registration fee)

9.00–10.30

Colloquia and workshops

9.00–10.00

Plenary 3

Feliciano Chimbutane:
Multilingual Pedagogies in African Post-Colonial Contexts: Opportunities and Implementational Challenges

10.30–11.00

Coffee and tea served

11.00–12.00

Plenary 2

Francis M. Hult:
The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals: Opportunities for multi-sited language policies

10.00–10.30

Coffee and tea served

10.30–12.00

Parallel paper sessions

12.00–12.15

Opening session

12.00–13.30

Lunch (not included in the registration fee)

12.00–13.30

Lunch (not included in the registration fee)

12.15–13.15

Plenary 1

Marilyn Martin-Jones:
A linguistic ethnographic approach   to language policy: Creating conditions for co-design

13.15–13.30

Fruit to go

13.30–15.00

Parallel paper sessions

13.30–15.00

Parallel paper and poster sessions

13.30–15.00

Panel discussion

Language education policies in the Nordic countries and the Nordic Model after the Refugee crisis – Quo vadis?

Discussant:
Francis M. Hult, Sweden

Panelists:
Finnur Friðriksson, Iceland
Martha Sif Karrebæk, Denmark
Lise Iversen Kulbrandstad, Norway
Jarmo Lainio, Sweden
Maisa Martin, Finland

15.00–15.30

Coffee and tea served

15.00–15.30

Coffee and tea served

15.00–15.15

Closing session

15.30–17.00

Workshops and paper sessions

 

15.30–17.00

Workshops and colloquia

 

17.00–18.00

Welcome reception

18.00–21.00

Dinner cruise

18.00–

Campus walk in the spirit of Alvar Aalto (30-45 minutes)

 

 

  

The acceptance rate for all submitted proposals is 75 %. The proposals have been evaluated for their

  • contribution to the field
  • quality of content
  • thematic relevance
  • quality of abstract (organization, clarity of expression)
  • for colloquia and workshops additionally: coherence, clear schedule of activities, discussion and/or audience participation