Migrations and Conditions of Belonging

Thursday, July 17, 2014: 8:30 AM-10:20 AM
Room: Booth 62
RC25 Language and Society (host committee)

Language: English

Session Organizer:
Erzsébet BARÁT, University of Szeged, Hungary
Erzsébet BARÁT, University of Szeged, Hungary
Moving from Racism to Relativism: Paradigm Shift in the Accounts of the North American Indian Languages (Oral Presentation)
Piotr CICHOCKI, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland; Marcin KILARSKI, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland

Multilingualism and Community-Building Among Brussels Based Civil Servants and Lobbyists: Perceptions, Practices and Power Positions (Oral Presentation)
Attila KRIZSAN, Lecturer, Finland; Tero ERKKILÄ, University of Helsinki, Finland

Discources of Internal Migration and Belonging: The Case of Some Communities in Ghana (Oral Presentation)
Lynn KISEMBE, All Nations University, Ghana

Latin American Migrants in Bilingual Cities: A Comparison Between Barcelona and Brussels (Oral Presentation)
Luis GARZÓN GUILLÉN, Universitat Autonňma Barcelona, Spain

Romanian Youth in Catalonia (Spain). Selfidentification, Languages and Symbolic Capital (Oral Presentation)
Cecilio LAPRESTA, Universidad de Lleida, Spain; Ángel HUGUET, Universidad de Lleida, Spain; Judit JANÉS, Universidad de Lleida, Spain; Clara SANSÓ, Universidad de Lleida, Spain; Adelina IANOS, Universidad de Lleida, Spain; Carmen POALELUNGI, Universidad de Lleida, Spain; Simona POPA, Universidad de Lleida, Spain