The CCD seminar series consists of four different strands:

1. The CCD international seminars (always in English). The theme for the autumn 2022 seminars is Southern, Decolonial, Alternative Perspectives (of relevance to at least one of the following: identity, communication, learning, doing research). We will have three overarching themes for the international seminars – one theme per semester. The other two are Non-programmatic methodologies (of relevance for communication, culture and diversity), which runs in spring 2023, and Rethinking concepts/conceptual ideas (of relevance for communication, culture and diversity), running in the autumn of 2023.

2. The CCD working papers seminars (in English or Swedish).

3. Humanistic Forum seminars (in Swedish).

4. The DoIT seminars (DoIT - Delaktighet och Inkludering Tankesmedja [the Participation and Inclusion Think Tank], most often in Swedish).

Please note that all times are CET (Central European Time) or, in 2022 between March 27 and October 30, CEST (Central European Summer Time).

Autumn 2022

Sep 23, 10 a.m.-12 noon

CCD Working Papers/Internal seminar series

Sylvi Vigmo, Department of Education, Communication and Learning, University of Gothenburg, Sweden

Title: Erasmus+ applications

 

Sep 26-27

CCD international seminar series

Sep 26, 9.05-10.35 a.m.: Lourdes Ortega, Faculty Director of GU’s Initiative for Multilingual Studies, Georgetown University, U.S.

Title: Southern and Decolonial Turns in Applied Linguistics

(Lecture 9.05-10.05 a.m. + discussion 10.05-10.35 a.m.)


Sep 26, 1-3 p.m.: Stefan Helgesson, Department of English, Stockholm University, Sweden

Title: North-South and South-South Intellectual Legacies

(Lecture 1-2 p.m. + discussion 2.30-3 p.m.)


Sep 27, 9-10.30 a.m.: Tommaso Milani, Department of Swedish, multilingualism, language technology, University of Gothenburg, Sweden

Title: On Angry Alliances

(Lecture 9-10 a.m. + discussion 10-10.30 a.m.)

 

Oct 7, 9 a.m.-12 noon

DoIT seminar series

Hybrid seminar (in Swedish)

Delaktighets- och Inkluderingstankesmedjan, DoIT

Nästa DoIT-träff 7 oktober 2022, kl. 9-12, hybridformat

Tema: Fritiden i pandemins spår – hur ser läget ut för allas delaktighet?

Erfarenheterna under pandemin har lett till förändringar i våra vanor, även när det gäller hur vi använder vår fritid. För att kunna möta utmaningar som segregation och utanförskap, behöver vi få inblick i rådande trender och mötas för gränsöverskridande samtal om delaktighet – även under fritiden.

DoIT-mötet den 7 oktober bjuder på en ögonöppnande möjlighet att tillsammans skapa en utgångspunkt för arbete med ett samhälle för alla överallt.

Vi kommer att få ta del av olika perspektiv på temat genom inbjudna inledande presentatörer och få möjlighet till efterföljande tvärsektoriellt samtal.

Elisabet Sandblom & DoIT arbetsgrupp

CCD, HLK, Jönköping University


Oct 13-14

CCD international seminar series

Oct 13, 3-5 p.m.: Sinfree Makoni, Department of Applied Linguistics, Penn State University, U.S.

Title: “Southern Epistemological scholarship compatibility and tensions with decolonial scholarly practices: implications for language research”


(Exact date and time TBA.) Sangeeta Bagga-Gupta, School of Education and Communication, Jönköping University, Sweden

Title: “Re-centering. Many ways-of-being-with-words”


(Exact date and time TBA.) Tommaso Milani, Department of Swedish, multilingualism, language technology, University of Gothenburg, Sweden

Title: “Multilingualism: Quo vadis?”


Oct 20, 1-3 p.m.

CCD Working Papers/Internal seminar series

1-2 p.m. Asia Della Rosa, HLK, Jönköping University

2-3 p.m. Matthew Glass, HLK, Jönköping University

 

Dec 1, 1-3 p.m.

CCD Working Papers/Internal seminar series

Theme: Research-based teaching/Forskningsbaserad undervisning (in Swedish and English)

 

Dec 8-9

CCD international seminar series

(Exact date and time TBA.) Adnan Mahmutović, Department of English, Stockholm University, Sweden

Title: “To the Word-woods and Back: On Language and Speechlessness”


(Exact date and time TBA.) Stefan Helgesson, Department of English, Stockholm University, Sweden 

Title: “The Global South and Reading Practices in Sweden”


(Exact date and time TBA.) Sangeeta Bagga-Gupta, School of Education and Communication, Jönköping University, Sweden

Title: “Communicating with and communicating back”


Spring 2023

CCD international seminar series

The spring 2023 theme for the CCD international seminars: Non-programmatic methodologies (of relevance for communication, culture and diversity).

Jan 27

Mar 10

Apr 21