Sedyl - Structure et Dynamique des Langues - UMR8202 - CELIA



2. Multilingualism: linguistic consequences, societal issues
Led by Stefano Manfredi and Isabelle Léglise (CNRS, SeDyL)

This seminar adresses various aspects of language contact, individual and social multilingualism including various approaches and societal issues. It is based on the reading and critical discussion of scientific papers.

The seminar meets on the following dates from 9h30 to 12h30 at INALCO PLC

Coming 2021-2022 dates: January 27, February 3, 10 & 17, March 10 & 17, April 7 & 14

Evaluation methods

To read and talk about

Auer, P. 1999. From Code-switching via Language Mixing to Fused Lects: Toward a Dynamic Typology of Bilingual Speech. International Journal of Bilingualism 3 (4): 309-322

Deumert A. 2011. Multilingualism. In The Cambridge Handbook of Sociolinguistics, Meshtrie, R. (dir.). Cambridge University Press, 261-282

Hall, K. & C. Nilep 2015. Code-Switching, Identity, and Globalization. In D. Tannen, H. E. Hamilton & D. Schiffrin (dir.), The Handbook of Discourse Analysis. John Wiley. 597 -619

Jørgensen, J. et al. (2011). Polylanguaging in Superdiversity. Diversities, 13:2, 23-37.

Léglise, I. et S. Alby, 2013. Les corpus plurilingues, entre linguistique de corpus et linguistique du contact. Faits de Langues, 41: 95–122.

Winford, D. 2013. Social factors in contact languages. In P. Bakker et Y. Matras (dir.), Contact Languages. Mouton de Gruyter, 363-416.