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Posters

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Posters

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Author/Presenter

Title

Strand

ID

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Ewelina Suwada
Tischner European University, Krakow, Poland

Sources of Bilingualism and Code-Switching in Small Children

Bilingualism, bilinguality, language acquisition, code-switching

002

O

Olga Kakosimou
Department of Musical Studies, National University of Athens, GR

Singing Fado in contemporary Lisbon: Questions of boundedness.

Fado, tradition, storytelling, poetry, performance, heritage.

004

Marie-Eve Bouchard
Stockholm University

Forro in the European Diaspora: When the Need of A Secret Code Favors the Maintenance of A Language

Language ideology; national identity; language vitality; creole; São Tomé and Príncipe

005

M

Marina Cárcamo García
PhD student at the University of Arizona

“Poder utilizar la lengua propia es un derecho fundamental”: language ideologies in El procés trial, in Catalonia and in Spain

language ideologies El procés Catalonia Spain nationalism

006

M

Majedah Alaiyed
Department of English Language and Translation, Qassim University

Diglossic Code-switching Between Standard Arabic and Najdi Arabic in Religious discourse

code-switching, diglossia, Standard Arabic, Najdi Arabic, intermediate varieties

007

C

Cinzia Colaiuda
University of Rome Tor Vergata (IT)

Urban peripheries in Europe and the construction of new semantic spaces

super-diversity, creativity, bottom-up approach, language policy

008

S

Sylvie Roy
University of Rome Tor Vergata (IT)

Urban peripheries in Europe and the construction of new semantic spaces

super-diversity, creativity, bottom-up approach, language policy

008

S

Cinzia Colaiuda
University of Rome Tor Vergata (IT)

Urban peripheries in Europe and the construction of new semantic spaces

super-diversity, creativity, bottom-up approach, language policy

008

S

Cinzia Colaiuda
University of Rome Tor Vergata (IT)

Urban peripheries in Europe and the construction of new semantic spaces

super-diversity, creativity, bottom-up approach, language policy

008

S

Cinzia Colaiuda
University of Rome Tor Vergata (IT)

Urban peripheries in Europe and the construction of new semantic spaces

super-diversity, creativity, bottom-up approach, language policy

008

S

Cinzia Colaiuda
University of Rome Tor Vergata (IT)

Urban peripheries in Europe and the construction of new semantic spaces

super-diversity, creativity, bottom-up approach, language policy

008

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