Researching Multilingually: Possibilities and Complexities

Researching Multilingually: Possibilities and Complexities
Date
18 May 2019, 11.00am - 5.00pm
Type
Workshop
Venue
Room 243, Second Floor, Senate House, Malet Street, London WC1E 7HU
Description

The overall objectives of the workshop are to:


• introduce participants to the possibilities for and complexities of researching multilingually 
• invite participants to consider ethical and other issues where research involving more than one language is concerned
• support participants as they develop their confidence and competence when researching multilingually
• offer participants the space to reflect on their own ‘researching multilingually’ practice
 
Participants are also encouraged to engage with our online Researcher Network, which continues to inform our understanding of ‘researching multilingually’ researcher practice.
 

Workshop Programme
 
11.00 Session 1
What are the possibilities for and complexities of researching multilingually? 
An introduction to the concept of ‘researching multilingually’ and its underpinning research

12.00 Session 2
Discussion of case study examples and reflection on your own experiences

13.00 Lunch break

14.30 Session 3
What are the ethical and other considerations which researching multilingually raises? 
Reviewing and reflecting on disciplinary and institutional practices 

15.30 Tea break


15:45 Session 4
How can you develop your confidence and competence when researching multilingually?
Review of resources and ideas to support your research

16.45 Conclusion
 
Numbers are limited so do register in advance to secure a place 


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Contact

Kremena Velinova
kremena.velinova@sas.ac.uk
020 7664 4884