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Reterritorializing Linguistic Landscapes - Questioning Boundaries and Opening Spaces

4:00pm - 5:00pm / Friday 19th November 2021
Type: Seminar / Category: Department
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Co-editors David Malinowski and Stefania Tufi are joined by distinguished researchers Jannis Androutsopoulos, Joseph Sung-Yul Park and Amiena Peck, to discuss the volume Reterritorializing Linguistic Landscapes: Questioning Boundaries and Opening Spaces. Published in January, 2020 and highlighting themes of reterritorialization, conceptual boundary work, and methodological openings in its diverse collection of chapters, the volume itself cannot but be 'reterritorialized' by the global events of the last year and a half. After a series of reflections from the panel of experts, all participants in this online seminar will discuss how the volume's themes articulate with changing fields of research and practice in linguistic landscape and applied language studies more broadly.

Jannis Androutsopoulos (Hamburg University, Germany)
Joseph Sung-Yul Park (National University of Singapore)
Amiena Peck (University of the Western Cape, South Africa)
David Malinowski (San José State University, US)
Stefania Tufi (University of Liverpool, UK)

35% off codes for attendees to pre-order the paperback edition of the book, which is due to publish on 27th January 2022:
For customers in the US: GLR TW9US
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Customers in Australia and NZ: GLR TW9AU
All other customers: GLR TW9UK