Spring 2022

January 28, 10 a.m. - 12 noon

CCD international seminar series

Tsitsi Chataika, Department of Educational Foundations, University of Zimbabwe

Title: Capitalising on Lessons Learnt from the COVID-19 Crisis: Increasing Access to Education to Learners with Disabilities in Africa

COVID-19 has disrupted education systems on a global scale, creating unexpected challenges. Approximately 1.6 billion children around the world have been unable to attend school due to COVID-19 lockdowns, with schools required to make rapid adjustments in the move to online teaching and learning. As African countries worked toward managing learning continuity, learners with disabilities seemed to have been further marginalised. However, the COVID-19 pandemic seems to have presented a unique opportunity to re-think emergency planning for accessible and inclusive education. This presentation examines the challenges faced by learners with disabilities in accessing education during COVID-19 induced lockdown in Africa. It also proffers strategies that can be adopted to make education more disability inclusive.

Chair: Maria Bäcke, CCD, Jönköping University


February 18, 2 - 4 p.m. (NB: NEW DATE!)

PraSK Seminar series

Ted Schatzki, Department of Philosophy, University of Kentucky

Title: The Trajectories of a Life

This presentation combines a phenomenological account of life trajectories with a practice theory approach to the social contexts in which life trajectories occur to illuminate key features of the phenomena studied by life course research. The discussion construes life trajectories, not as the events and transitions that make up the progress of life in specific life domains, but as central dimensions of a life qua continually unfolding entity. It subjects three types of trajectories so construed to analysis: space-time paths, successions of actions, and past-future arcs. It then explores the contextualization of such trajectories in constellations of social practices. The presentation concludes by situating life and its trajectories in the causal order of society and reflecting on the advantages of using theories of practices in this context.


March 17 (2-4 p.m.)

Humanistic Forum

Marcia Sá Cavalcante Schuback, Professor of Philosophy at Södertörns Högskola

Title: Att tänka i skisser (in Swedish)

Marcia Sá Cavalcante Schuback pratar om relationen mellan filosofi och konst. Hur är begreppet och bilden förbundna med varandra och hur förhåller sig tänkandet - bildens och begreppets - till verkligheten?


March 25 (10 a.m. - 12 noon)

CCD international seminar series

Anamik Saha, Media, Communication, and Cultural Studies, Goldsmiths University of London

Title: Rethinking ‘Diversity’ in the cultural industries
While the ‘diversity’ paradigm is shaping policy across public and public sectors in Western contexts, it is particularly pronounced in the creative and cultural industries. In the UK, such industries have long been aware of, to paraphrase former BBC Director General Greg Dyke, their hideous whiteness. As a consequence, a plethora of initiatives have been launched to improve the racial and ethnic composition of the cultural workforce. Yet such initiatives are having little impact on the representation of racially minoritised groups, whether on- or off-screen. In this paper, drawing from my research into the experiences of Black, Asian and racialised people who work in British cultural industries, I highlight the limitations of diversity policies. But rather than a case of such policies/initiatives not working, I argue that diversity as a discourse - that is, a form of power/knowledge - is the means through which existing social hierarchies (and racial inequalities) remain intact.

Chair: Maria Bäcke, CCD, Jönköping University


March 30 (10 a.m. - 12 noon)

CCD international seminar series

Lynn Mario T. Menezes de Souza, Professor of Language Education at the University of São Paulo, Brazil

Title: Navigating difference in language, literature and literacy

This seminar will focus on difference as a construct of self and how a non-understanding of this can lead to a perception of difference as an external characteristic only of others. The seminar will focus on how ‘difference’ in dealing with others can be better understood as 'gaps' in one’s knowledge which need to be navigated. Examples from language, literature and literacy will be discussed.

Besides Language Education Professor Lynn Mario T. Menezes de Souza's research interests lie in language and educational policy and politics, literacy, literary theory and interculturality. His recent publications include ‘De-universalizing the Decolonial’ (in Gragoatá 2021) and 'Glocal Languages and Critical Intercultural Awareness: The South Answers Back' (Routledge 2019). He currently co-coordinates the bi-national (Brazil-South África) research group Rethinking Multilingualism and Being Human.


Cusicanqui, S. (2019) Ch'ixinakax Utxiwa: On practices and discourses of decolonization.

Jullien, F. (2021) There is no such thing as cultural identity.

Nascimento, G. & Windle, J. (2021) The Unmarked Whiteness of Brazilian Linguistics: From Black-as-Theme to Black-as-Life.

Souza, L.M.T.M (2002) A Case among Cases, A World among Worlds: The Ecology of Writing among the Kashinawa in Brazil.

April 1 (1-3 p.m.)

DoIT seminar series

Lynn Mario de Souza, Professor of Language Education at the University of São Paulo, Brazil

Title: Learning from the Anaconda: rethinking sameness, difference, and other-than-humanity

Place: Riksteatern, Hallunda, and digitally

Languages: English, Swedish sign language interpretation


13.00 Presentation of DoIT and inspirator Lynn Mario de Souza

13.15-14 This DoIT meeting looks at ways of seeing the world from non-western/non-northern/non-mainstream ie from alternative perspectives. More specifically this DoIT meeting will focus on indigenous cultures that consider diversity as the essence of life.

14-14.45 Joint reflection

14.45-15.15 Conclusion and information about the GoPar conference: https://ju.se/ccd/gopar2022

Lynn Mario T.M. de Souza is full professor of English at the University of São Paulo in Brazil. His recent publications include: Glocal Languages and Critical Intercultural Awareness (2019, co-edited with M. Guilherme), ‘Decolonial Pedagogies’ (2019 Multilingual Margins), ‘De-universalizing the Decolonial’ (2021 with A. Duboc, Gragoatá).

Lynn Mario is a member of the editorial committees of the International journals Diaspora, Indigenous and Minority Education and Visual Communication. He is also a member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the Centre for Multilingualism, Oslo University, Norway and CCD’s third national research school CuEEd-LL at Jönköping University, Sweden. He is Co-Coordinator of the International Project: Think Tank: Rethinking Multilingualism and being Human, University of the Western Cape, Cape Town.

April 27-29, 2022


The 2022 GoPar Conference

Going beyond binary thinking: Dialogues for participation, communication and equity in contemporary societies

Between 27-29 April 2022 Jönköping University in Sweden will host the GoPar conference, an international event that aims to bring together academics and professional actors across sectors from across the world and Sweden to dialogue on issues of participation, communication and equity in contemporary societies. The Communication, Culture and Diversity (CCD) research environment (www.ju.se/ccd) and the Participation and Inclusion Think-Tank DoIT (www.ju.se/ccd/doit) are the organizers of the GoPar conference. The event will take place online, and will consist of workshops, panel discussions and keynote presentations.

More information can be found here: GoPar Conference website


May 3, 11 - 12 p.m.

CCD Working Papers/Internal seminar series

11 a.m.-12 noon. Karin Ingeson, HLK

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May 5, 13 -14 p.m.

1-2 p.m. Stina-Karin Skillermark, HLK

Artikelutkastet Äldre litterära verk som litteraturserier. Om att skapa och omskapa mening med utgångspunkt i Lysistrate och En herrgårdssägensom skickas ut av susanne.smithberger@ju.se på begäran.

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May 5-6


1st Exploratory Workshop on Ethics and Values in Educational Data-Driven Practices

Venue: VIA University College, Århus, Denmark

The project “Ethics and Values in educational data-driven practices: Conceptual, Methodological and Pragmatic Explorations” funded by the Swedish Vetenskapsrådet aims to explore useful concepts, methods, and interventions for researching ethics and values in data-driven education. It will consist of a blend of keynote presentations, paper presentations, and discussions among participants.

We have singled out a range of concepts that will be central for exploring ethics and values in educational data-driven practices. These are – but are not limited to: practices, care, imaginaries/imagination, aesthetics, and Bildung. The overall research question guiding the workshop is: Which concepts and notions support nuanced discussions about values reflected in emerging educational sociotechnical imaginaries?

More information: https://sites.google.com/view/1stexploratoryworkshop/home?authuser=0

May 20, 1 - 3 p.m. 

CCD international Seminar series

Peter De Costa, Department of Linguistics, Germanic, Slavic, Asian and African Languages, Michigan State University (MSU)

Title: Unpacking Profit and Pride in EMI Higher Education: How Universities Manage this Precarious Balancing Act

In a neoliberal era marked by a global expansion of higher education, many Western based universities aggressively opened EMI satellite campuses in Asia and the Middle East. Inspired by profit and the need to chase the foreign tuition dollar, such expansionary efforts have met with different degrees of success. However, as world economic growth starts to recede and nationalist sentiments rise, we have witnessed a curtailing, and in some cases withdrawal, of these transnational endeavours. Adopting an ecological approach (Han, De Costa & Cui, 2019) to better understand this educational phenomenon, I investigate how English monolingual biases and an emergent interest and pride in local languages within several countries that have hosted joint venture foreign campuses have been negotiated. Specifically, I explore the ways in which different social actors – students, faculty and administrators – engage in complex identity work that often results in individuals being sorted and sieved according to the various levels of capital that they possess. These actors’ strategic policy and pedagogical decisions will also be unpacked against mounting internal pressures by governments to raise the standards of local universities in the face of stiff global university ranking competition.


Biography: Peter I. De Costa is an Associate Professor in the Department of Linguistics, Languages & Cultures and the Department of Teacher Education at Michigan State University. His research areas include emotions, identity, ideology and ethics in educational linguistics. He also studies social (in)justice issues. He is the co-editor of TESOL Quarterly and the First Vice-President of the American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL).

Please contact Susannne Smithberger (susanne.smithberger@ju.se) for reading.

Chair: Maria Bäcke, CCD, Jönköping University

May 30, 2 - 5 p.m.

CCD Working Papers/Internal seminar series

Title: Short Presentations and Invitation to Dialogue

This internal seminar series event is aimed at all CCD members – new and old – to come and talk about research interests and listen to what other members are doing. The hybrid event will be both in English and in Swedish.

Feb 5, 10 am-12 noon

CCD international Seminar

Dorte Kousholt, Associate professor, Denmark, https://pure.au.dk/portal/en/persons/dorte-kousholt(a458de55-3822-4d98-ab7d-05d6b87642c9).html

Title: “Conflictual collaboration in research practice and analysis – reflections about transmethodology".

Chair: Giulia Messina Dahlberg, Assistant professor, CCD, University of Gothenburg

Readings: Højholt, C., & Kousholt, D. (2020). Contradictions and conflicts: Researching school as conflictual social practice. Theory & Psychology, 30(1), 36-55. https://doi.org/10.1177/0959354319884129

Please contact giulia.messina.dahlberg@gu.se for the article.

ZOOM link: https://gu-se.zoom.us/j/63435125521


Feb 12, 10 am12 noon

CCD Working Papers seminar

Lars Almén, Doctoral student, Jönköping University

Title: Languaging in digital educational spaces: Studies of participation, agency and digitalization processes inside and outside classroom settings.

Discussant: Professor Neil Selwyn, Monash University, Australia.
Reader 1: Docent Marco Nilsson, Jönköping University.
Reader 2: Dr. Sylvi Vigmo, Göteborgs University & Jönköping University.
Reader 3: Doktorand Johan Bäcklund, Jönköping University.

Further information, please contact asa.lundgren@ju.se

Host: School of Education and Communication, Jönköping University.


Feb 26 1-3 pm

PraSK Seminar

Anders Buch, Centre for Quality of Education, Profession Policy, and Practice, VIA University College

Title: Socio(-)Materiality and Modes of Inquiry. When does the owl of Minerva take flight?

Locality: The interplay of the social and the material realm has preoccupied discussions within Science and Technology Studies for quite some time. Taking departure in these discussions, the lecture explores the ontological commitments needed to advance theories of practice.

ZOOM link: ju-se.zoom.us/J/7262330985


Mar 26, 1-5.30 pm

DoIT Seminar

DoIT-träffen, https://ju.se/ccd/doit

Theme: What are roles of leaders and which paradoxes appear in the expectations regarding questions of participation and inclusiveness? What might a “third position” of participation and inclusiveness entail and how to we reach this together? (The seminar will held in Swedish and in Swedish Sign Language)

DoIT think tank initiators Sangeeta Bagga-Gupta, professor, Jönköping University, and Petra Weckström, CEO, Örebro Teater, discuss with Dritëro Kasapi, head of Riksteatern, Susanna Dahlberg, CEO, Regionteater Väst, Elisabet Nilhfors, professor emerita, Uppsala University, and Ylva Winther, head of education, Sunne kommun.

Host: Örebro Teater och CCD, Jönköping University


Apr 9, 1-3 pm

PraSK Seminar

Lillian Buus, VIA University College, research leader of the environment Learning & IT.

Title: What Happens to Learning Design Processes in the Digital Transformation to Online Teaching and Learning (during Covid-19)?


Apr 16, 1-3 pm

CCD international Seminar

Quentin Williams, Associate professor, South Africa, https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=FOn5eqsAAAAJ&hl=en

Title: "Towards a Public Sociolinguistics: Inventing Language at the Margins of South Africa".

Chair: Ylva Lindberg, Professor, CCD, Jönköping University

Readings: Williams, Q. (2018). Multilingual activism in South African Hip Hop. Journal of World Popular Music. 5(1), 31-49. https://doi.org/10.1558/jwpm.36672

Please contact ylva.lindberg@ju.se for the article.


May 6, 3-5 pm

CCD Working Papers seminar

Carolina Lúgaro, Doctoral student, Universidade de Aveiro, Portugal

Title: Deafness and Multiliteracies: Paths towards Inclusion in a Plurilingual and Multimodal World

Chair: Maria Bäcke, CCD, Jönköping University

Discussant: Ingela Holmström

ZOOM link:

Please contact susanne.smithberger@ju.se for the article.

May 21, 1-3 pm

PraSK Seminar

Nina Bonderup

Title: Designing for situated knowledge in a world of change

ZOOM link: https://ju-se.zoom.us/j/7262330985

Jun 4, 10 am-12-noon

CCD international Seminar

Clemens Wieser, Associate professor, Denmark, http://au.dk/en/wie@edu

Title: "Video diaries as a resource for self-narrations in ethnographic research".

Chair: Elisabet Sandblom, Assistant professor, CCD, Jönköping University

ZOOM link: https://ju-se.zoom.us/j/67363462677?pwd=dmgwTEdEeHJlWHk4d3dlS3NqVEovQT09 External link, opens in new window.

CCD International Seminar Series Autumn 2020 (and Save the dates for 2021)

Communication, Culture and Diversity, CCD (www.ju.se/ccd)

Convened by Sangeeta Bagga-Gupta, professor
Scientific leader CCD research environment

Seminar Chairs Ylva Lindberg, professor and Giulia Messina Dahlberg, assistant professor
Senior and co-leaders CCD research environment


Overarching theme for Autumn 2020: Monolingualism, Multilingualism

N.B. It is important that you keep your mikes shut-off during the seminar, and post your questions/comments on the chat (the Chair or one of the seminar hosts will enable your mike to directly talk with Dr. Rafael Lomeu Gomes, Dr. David Gramling, or Dr. Alan Carneiro).

28 August 2020, 10-12, Zoom

Chair: Dr. Giulia Messina Dahlberg

Dr. Rafael Lomeu Gomes, Doctoral Research Fellow

Faculty of Humanities
University of Oslo, Norway

Title: Family multilingualism through a ‘translingual lens’: Current theoretical orientations and challenges

Seminar reading:

  1. Bagga-Gupta, Sangeeta and Giulia Messina Dahlberg. 2018. Meaning-making or Heterogeneity in the Areas of Language and Identity? The Case of Translanguaging and Nyanlända (Newly-arrived) across Time and Space, International Journal of Multilingualism, 15:4, 383-411, DOI: 10.1080/14790718.2018.1468446
  2. Lomeu Gomes, Rafael. 2020. Talking Multilingual Families into Being: Language Practices and Ideologies of a Brazilian-Norwegian Family in Norway, Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, DOI: 10.1080/01434632.2020.1788037

Family multilingualism through a ‘translingual lens’: Current theoretical orientations and challenges

In the past five years or so, sociolinguistic approaches to family multilingualism have been marked by an ever-increasing diversity of theoretical orientations (Curdt-Christiansen 2018, Lanza and Lomeu Gomes 2020). Among these orientations, one that has received particular attention takes a practice-based perspective and draws on understandings of languages as fluid, dynamic, and localised (as opposed to abstract entities that can be neatly separated, counted, and labelled). Building on this discussion, in the first part of this seminar, I point to the ways in which the employment of a ‘translingual lens’ can be useful in making sense of the connections between language practices and ideologies of family members in multilingual houses. In particular, I present part of a three-year ethnographically oriented study undertaken in Oslo, Norway to discuss how monoglossic language ideologies may influence parent-child interactions in the home (Lomeu Gomes 2020). This analytical move may illuminate certain questions overlooked by current literature on child bilingualism. Yet, its employment risks reifying taken-for-granted understandings of language and losing its innovative explanatory potential (Bagga-Gupta and Messina Dahlberg 2018, Pennycook 2016). In the second, and final, part of the seminar, the following question is posed: to what extent can the employment of a ‘translingual lens’ be reconciled with the efforts of parents who aim at fostering practices that may lead to the maintenance of the so-called home language(s)? Rather than reaching definite answers, it is expected that the discussion in this seminar triggers reflections concerning the challenging task of doing socially relevant research that may inform practices in the home and in society at large.


Bagga-Gupta, Sangeeta and Giulia Messina Dahlberg. 2018. Meaning-making or Heterogeneity in the Areas of Language and Identity? The Case of Translanguaging and Nyanlända (Newly-arrived) across Time and Space, International Journal of Multilingualism, 15:4, 383-411, DOI: 10.1080/14790718.2018.1468446

Curdt-Christiansen, Xiao Lan. 2018. “Family Language Policy.” In The Oxford Handbook of Language Policy and Planning, edited by James Tollefson, and Miguel Perez-Milans, 420–441. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Lanza, Elizabeth, and Rafael Lomeu Gomes. 2020. “Family Language Policy: Foundations, Theoretical Perspectives and Critical Approaches.” In Handbook of Home Language Maintenance and Development: Social and Affective Factors, edited by Susana A. Schalley and Susana A. Eisenchlas, 153–173. Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton.

Lomeu Gomes, Rafael. 2020. Talking Multilingual Families into Being: Language Practices and Ideologies of a Brazilian-Norwegian Family in Norway, Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, DOI: 10.1080/01434632.2020.1788037

Pennycook, Alastair. 2016. “Mobile Times, Mobile Terms: The Trans-super-poly-metro Movement.” In Sociolinguistics: Theoretical Debates, edited by Nikolas Coupland, 201– 216. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

9 October 2020, 10-12, Zoom:


Chair: Dr. Ylva Linderberg

Dr. David Gramling, Associate professor

College of Humanities
The University of Arizona, USA

Title: What’s happening in Late Monolingualism?

The seminar will discuss multilingualism versus. translanguaging and individual monolingualism versus modern / late modern monolingualism as a historical frame.

Seminar reading:

Introduction and Chapter 1 from Dr. David Gramling’s forthcoming book The Invention of Multilingualism (available from susanne.smithberger@ju.se on request)

20 November 2020, 10-12, Zoom:


Chair: Dr. Giulia Messina Dahlberg

Dr. Alan Carneiro, Assistant professor

Escola de Filosofia, Letras e Ciências Humanas
Federal University of Sao Paulo, Brazil

Title: Analysing communicative repertoires and social change. The dynamics of language regimes in Timor-Leste

Seminar reading:

Agha, A. (2004). Registers of Language. In: DURANTI, A. (Ed.) A Companion to Linguistic Anthropology (p. 23-45), Oxford: Blackwell. (Available from susanne.smithberger@ju.se on request).

Analysing communicative repertoires and social change. The dynamics of language regimes in Timor-Leste

Timor-Leste is a small Southeast Asian country, which became independent in 2002, its Constitution recognizes two languages as official, Portuguese, which was chosen because of its history in the territory and Tetun, a standardized version of a local language variety. Beyond the official languages, the Constitution gives the status of working languages to English and Indonesian and of national languages to the two dozens of different local indigenous languages. In this multilingual setting, the use of these different languages and the multiple forms of transidiomatic practices - or in other words, transglossic practices (Cox and Assis-Peterson, 2007) - regulate social interactions in diverse social contexts. The main aim of this paper is to characterize hegemonic language ideologies about these languages and these different transglossic practices and their role in the mediation of communicative practices, the construction of linguistic hierarchies and social distinction in the country. This research is based on an ethnographic study about the local language in education policies, which had a focus on the role of Portuguese language teachers in their implementation. The data to be analysed are the metasociolinguistic stances (Jaffe, 2009) of these language teachers in life narratives and the way they position themselves in relation to the different local languages and transglossic practices. Their different stances index the ways the use of different languages are metapragmatically regulated (Wortham, 2001), structuring a specific local language regime (Kroskrity, 2000), but also to the metapragmatics of transglossic practices and the ways they can be part of new processes of enregisterment (Agha, 2004) and the construction of new language regimes. These dynamics of shift in language ideologies in the country points out for a process of social change in the value of languages, language practices and their speakers along the time and the ways that legitimate languages and legitimate speakers are or can be potentially constructed in these different timescales. If by one side, these language regimes can exclude as they are constantly reaffirming borders, by the other side, there are also possibilities for the subversion and redrawing of identities through the creative use of language resources.


Agha, A. (2004). Registers of Language. In: DURANTI, A. (Ed.) A Companion to Linguistic Anthropology (p. 23-45), Oxford: Blackwell.

Assis-Peterson, A.A., & Cox., M. I. P. (2007). Transculturalidade e Transglossia: para compreender o fenômeno das fricções linguístico-culturais em sociedades contemporâneas sem nostalgia. In S. M. Bortoni-Ricardo & M. C. Cavalcanti (Eds.), Transculturalidade, Linguagem e Educação (pp. 23-43). Campinas, SP: Mercado de Letras.

Jaffe, A. (Ed.) (2009). Stance: Sociolinguistic Perspectives. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Kroskrity, P. (Ed.) (2000). Regimes of Language: Ideologies, Polities and Identities. Santa Fe, New Mexico: School of American Research Press.

Wortham, S. (2001). Language ideology and educational research. Linguistics & Education, 12, p. 253-259.

Alan Carneiro is an Assistant Professor of Language Policy and Planning at the Federal University of São Paulo (UNIFESP) (2017 to the present). He was a lecturer of Portuguese language at the University of Cape Town (UCT), from 2015 to 2017. He holds a PhD in Applied Linguistics (2014), in the area of Multiculturalism, Multilingualism and Bilingual Education, from the University of Campinas (UNICAMP). His thesis is related to the teaching of Portuguese in the multilingual setting of Timor-Leste, where he taught at Universidade Nacional Timor Lorosa’e.

CCD International Seminar Series 2021 - Save the dates

5 Feb 2021 (10-12 or 13-15)

16 April 2021 (10-12 or 13-15)

4 June 2021 (10-12 or 13-15)

20 August 2021 (10-12 or 13-15)

15 October 2021 (10-12 or 13-15)

3 December 2021 (10-12 or 13-15)

  1. Multilingualism, Diversity and Democracy
    8-10 April 2019
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  2. Culture at Our Borders
    7-10 March 2019
    Symposium by Zlatan Filipovic at the annual ACLA conference.
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  • GeM 2018, Genres and media landscapes in virtual-physical learning spaces. Moving frontlines?
    12-14 September 2018, Jönköping, Sweden
  • 5th International Media Summit an interdisciplinary conference on Mediamorphosis: Identity & Participation
    16-17 February 2018
  • Mar-Jun: Send in abstract to Sociolinguistics Symposium 22, Auckland, New Zealand (June 27-30, 2018)12-14 September, International conference in the CCD network: Genres and media landscapes in virtual-physical learning spaces. Moving frontlines? (GeM 2018), School of Education and Communication, Jönköping University
  • 27-30 June: Sociolinguistics Symposium 22, Auckland, New Zealand
  • The international conference CTDS, Communication, Technologies and Deaf Studies – Shifting paradigms and new challenges, Autumn 2017, Jönköping, Sweden
  • 10-14/8 2017: Writing event CCD
  • 13-16/6 2017: EDEN Annual Conference, Jönköping University, Sweden
  • 16-21/7 2017: 15th International Pragmatics Conference, Belfast, Northern Ireland.
  • The International Conference Dis/Ability Communication ICDC
    January 9-11 2017, Mumbai, India
  • 9-11/1: Mumbai, India The International Conference Dis/Ability Communication ICDC
  • 28-29/3: Translanguaging – researchers and practitioners in dialogue, Örebro University, Sweden.
  • 26-28/4: National Forum for English Studies, English across Borders: Celebrating the Diversity of the English Language, Jönköping University, Sweden.
  • 16-21/7: 15th International Pragmatics Conference, Belfast, Northern Ireland. 
    The international conference CTDS, Communication, Technologies and Deaf Studies – Shifting paradigms and new challenges, Autumn 2017, Jönköping, Sweden
  • 6-7/10: Teaching Literature. First conference on the role of literature in the language learning. (In Swedish). Organizers: Anette Svensson, Jönköping University & Katherina Dodou, Dalarna University. Web site and call for papers are coming soon.
  • August konferens, Finland
  • 18-23/8: Writing event CCD
  • 13-16/6: EDEN Annual Conference, Jönköping University, Sweden.
  • 29-31/5: Conference languages: Nordic and English
    University of Southern Denmark, Odense
  • 7-8/2: Minoritetsspråklige elever i de nye grunnskolelærerutdanningene, Norge, Oslo 

8-9/3: PAL* project – Forte Talks, Stockholm

17/3: Rhetorics for teachers – Anders Sigrell, Jönköping

18/3: LPS* Higher seminar – Roger Säljö, Jönköping

8-12/4: AAAL* 2016 – International Colloquium – “Research methods as practice. Current fieldwork strategies and methodological accountings”, Florida, USA. More here.

20/5: Languaging, Learning, Identiting. The significance of everyday life – Sangeeta Bagga-Gupta, Jönköping

7-8/6: SPARC* conference, Jönköping University, Sweden

17/6: Dissertation defence, Helen Avery, Moving Together – Conditions for Intercultural Development at a Highly Diverse Swedish School, School of Education and Communication, Jönköping University, Sweden

14-17/8: Writing retreat, Sånga-Säby, Sweden

22-24/8: PPL2* 2016 – University of Jyväskylä, Finland

24-27/8: EuroSLA* 26 - University of Jyväskylä, Finland

2/9: Dissertation defence, Annaliina Gynne, Languaging and Social Positioning in Multilingual School Practices - Studies of Sweden Finnish Middle School Years, Mälardalen University (Västerås), Sweden

19/9: Application workshop, Jönköping University, Sweden

13-14/9: International Conference CTDS*, Jönköping University, Sweden (postponed)

24-25/11: Konferens, Karlstads universitet, Svenska med Didaktisk inriktning

AAAL = Association of American Applied Linguistics

CTDS = International conference on Communication, Technology and Deaf Studies

EuroSLA = European conference on Second Language Acquisition

ICDC = International conference on dis/ability communication

LPS = Reserach environment "Learning practices inside and outside schools"

PAL = Swedish Research Council projekt 2016-2019 "Participation for all?"

PLL2 = International conference Psychology of Language Learning

  • A cross-sector multidisciplinary international conference: ICS - Going Beyond Inclusion. New forms of Cultural Spaces in the 21st century
  • 18-21 November 2015, Örebro, Sweden
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  • International conference: ViLS-2 Virtual Learning Sites as languaging spaces
    22-24 September 2015, Örebro, Sweden
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  • DIAL - International symposium: Dialogue In Action for Learning - Meaning-making processes inside and outside institutional practices
    9-10 December 2014, Örebro University, Sweden
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  • Swedish-Indian International Research Conference: LanDpost - Languaging and Diversity in the age of post-colonial glocal-medialization
    15-17 October 2014, Mysore, India
  • Re-visiting Identity, Marginalization and Bilingualism
    Monday 2 June 2014, Örebro University campus, Lecture Hall M
    Organizers: CCD & LIMCUL
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  • International multidisciplinary symposium: CuLT - Cultural practices, literacies and technological mediations
    (In cooperation with research school LIMCUL)
    3-5 March 2014, Örebro Sweden
  • International multidisciplinary workshop: MeMary - Methods, materials and analyses for research on multilingual youth – qualitative perspectives
    (In cooperation with research school LIMCUL)
    25-26 November 2013, Stockholm University
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  • REID - Revisiting Identity Embodied communication across time and space
    22-24 October 2013
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  • Virtual learning sites as transnational borderlands
    10-11 April 2013
  • Marginalization processes. International workshop MP 2012.
    26 - 28 april 2012
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  • Languaging-Musicking - Including/excluding practices inside and outside school
    2 - 5 March 2012
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  • Is there a place for Intersectionality in Educational Research?
    Theoretical Perspectives and Practical Implications
    International Research Workshop, Örebro Sweden
    Part I October 7-9 2009
    Part II April 27 2010
  • Symposium and Research Workshop
    Re-thinking bilingualism - Issues of multilingualism and communication in education, May 2009
  • Language and gestures as interaction in educational arenas
    November 10-11, 2003

HT 2010

VT 2010

HT 2009

VT 2009

HT 2008

VT 2008

HT 2007

HT 2006

HT 2005

HT 2003

VT 2003

VT 2001

  • International workshop on literacy and bilingualism
    August 1998