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Recent Conference Papers

Sept. 2005 ‘Testing régimes: language, citizenship and identity in the EU’, 38th Annual Meeting of the British Association of Applied Linguistics (BAAL), on ‘Language, Culture and Identity in Applied Linguistics’, University of Bristol. Also convening a Colloquium ' Language, Culture and Identity from a Minority Language Community Perspective’.
July 2005 ‘Language and Education in the Baltic States’, 14th World Congress of Applied Linguistics (AILA), Madison, on “The Future is now”.
Feb. 2005 'The Public Discourse Surrounding the Education Reform in Latvia’. Political Studies Association Communist and Post-Communist Specialist Group Conference, University of Birmingham.
Sept. 2004 ‘Mehrsprachigkeit und Sprachpolitik in den baltischen Ländern’ (Multilingualism and Language Policies in the Baltic States), German Applied Linguistics Conference (GAL), on ‘Mehrsprachige Individuen – vielsprachige Gesellschaften', University of Wuppertal, Germany.
July 2004

‘Framing Educational Debates in Latvia'. Transnational Studies Conference, on 'Language and the Future of Europe: Ideologies, Policies and Practices', University of Southampton.

May 2004 Applied linguistics: Aims and Means. 1st Lithuanian Applied Linguistics Conference, on ‘The Role of Applied Linguistics in Lithuania’ , Pedagogical University, Vilnius, Lithuania.
May 2004 ‘Language and Education in Lithuania’. Baltic Language and Integration Network (BLaIN), 2nd Workshop, on ‘Baltic Language Policies in an Enlarged Europe’, University of Latvia, Riga.
April 2004 ‘Language, Contact and Change in Lithuania’, Sociolinguistics Symposium 15, on ‘Language, Contact and Change’, University of Newcastle.

Sept. 2003

 

' Minority Language Communities at the Interface’; convened Colloquium at the 36th Annual Meeting of the British Association of Applied Linguistics (BAAL), on ‘Language at the Interface’, University of Leeds.

June 2003

'Perspectives on language use and attitudes to language use in Lithuania', Baltic Language and Integration Network (BLaIN), 1st Workshop, on 'Language and Social Processes in the Baltic', University of Vilnius, Lithuania.
Sept. 2002 ‘Emerging Communities of Language Practice in the Baltic’, 35th Annual Meeting of the British Association of Applied Linguistics (BAAL) on ‘Applied Linguistics and Communities of Practice’, University of Cardiff.
April 2002 ‘The Changing Multilingual Landscape in Vilnius’, Sociolinguistics Symposium 14 on ‘Discourse Resources: The Sociolinguistics of Access, Availability and Distribution’, University of Gent, Belgium.
Oct. 2001 ‘Opportunities and Challenges in Newly Independent Societies: Emerging Language Needs in Lithuania’. Invited talk at A British Council Conference on : ‘Policy into Practice for Lesser Used Languages in Europe’, Hilton Hotel, Cardiff.
Sept. 2001 'Emerging Linguistic Ecologies in Lithuania: A Need for Diversity in Unity’. 34th Annual Meeting of the British Association of Applied Linguistics (BAAL) on ‘Unity and Diversity in Language Use’, University of Reading.
Sept. 2001 'Communities and Contexts of E-learning in a Global Age: A Plurilingual Perspective'. Invited Keynote Speech at the EUROCALL Conference 2001, University of Njimegen, Netherlands.
June 2001 ‘Lithuanian, Russian and Polish Languages in Lithuania: Traditions and Changes’.European Science Foundation Exploratory Workshop on ‘Minority Languages in Europe: Frameworks – Status – Prospects’, University of Bath.
Dec. 2000 'German in Europe: An Ecolinguistic Perspective'. Austrian Conference for Linguists, Symposium on: Language and Ecology: Achievements and Vision’, University of Graz, Austria.
Nov. 2000 'Assessing the Chances for Continued Linguistic Diversity of German in Europe'. Forum for Germanic Language Studies (FLGS), University of Manchester.
Sept. 2000 'Beyond the Borders of Germany: The Landscapes of German Across Europe', Annual Meeting of the British Association of Applied Linguistics (BAAL) on ‘Language across Boundaries’, Homerton College, Cambridge.
Sept. 2000 Deutsch in seiner nationalen Vielfalt: Status – Einstellungen – Zukunft’, The IX th International World Congress of the International Association for Germanic Studies (IVG) on ’Zeitenwende – Die Germanistik auf dem Weg vom 20. ins 21. Jahrhundert’, Universtiy of Vienna.

Sept. 1999

'Vorsprung durch Technik? Language Learning in the Information Era', 32nd Annual Meeting of the British Association of Applied Linguistics (BAAL) on ‘Change and Continuity in Applied Linguistics’. University of Edinburgh.

Sept. 1999

'Specialist Gateways through Chaos: A Changing Learning Environment’, 12th World Congress of Applied Linguistics (AILA), on ‘The Roles of Language in the 21st Century: Unity and Diversity’. University of Waseda, Tokyo.

 

Conference organisation

 

Sept. 2005

38th Annual Meeting of the British Association of Applied Linguistics (BAAL) , on 'Language, Culture and Identity', University of Bristol, Bristol (co-organiser).

June 2005 Baltic Language and Integration Network (BLaIN), 3rd Workshop, on ‘Language and Identity’, University of Tallinn, Estonia.
Sept. 2004 37th Annual Meeting of the British Association of Applied Linguistics (BAAL) , on 'Reconfiguring Europe - The Contribution of Applied Linguistics', King's College, London (co-organiser).
May 2004 Baltic Language and Integration Network (BLaIN), 2nd Workshop, on ‘Baltic Language Policies in an Enlarged Europe’, University of Latvia, Riga.

Sept. 2003

 

Convened Colloquium on ' Minority Language Communities at the Interface’ at the36th Annual Meeting of the British Association of Applied Linguistics (BAAL) , on ‘Language at the Interface’, University of Leeds.

June 2003

Baltic Language and Integration Network (BLaIN), 1st Workshop, on 'Language and Social Processes in the Baltic', University of Vilnius, Lithuania.
June 2001 European Science Foundation Exploratory Workshop on ‘Minority Languages in Europe: Frameworks – Status – Prospects’, University of Bath (co-organiser).
Sept. 2000 Convened Colloquium on ‘Language Learning in the Information Era: Widening the Boundaries to Learn Faster, Better and With More User Satisfaction?’ at the 33th Annual Meeting of the British Association of Applied Linguistics (BAAL), on ‘Language across Boundaries’, Anglia Polytechnic University, Cambridge.

 

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