Jo Angouri (UOW) (J.Angouri@warwick.ac.uk) Learning Unit lead
Professor Jo Angouri is the Academic Director for Education and Internationalisation at the University of Warwick. Her research expertise is in sociolinguistics, pragmatics and discourse analysis. Jo has published extensively on language and identity, teamwork and leadership in professional settings and migration, mobility and multilingualism. Jo is the author of Culture, Discourse, and the Workplace (Routledge) and has co-edited Negotiating Boundaries at Work (EUP). She has been a visiting scholar in institutions in New Zealand, Australia and Europe and she is currently a Visiting Distinguished Professor at Aalto University, School of Business, Finland. Jo is the Subject Chair for Linguistics, Language, Communication and Media on the Scopus board. She is also a National Teaching Fellow (UK) and fully committed to pedagogic innovation and education for global citizenship. Jo is working on EUTOPIA’s learning model alongside Rosette S’Jegers. She is leading the development and Curriculum Design of EUTOPIA’s Learning Communities with Linde Moriau and she is the lead for one Learning Unit on Multilingualism with Chantal Wright.
Vicent Climent-Ferrando (UPF) (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Vicent Climent-Ferrando is Research Coordinator of the UNESCO Chair on Language Policies for Multilingualism at Universitat Pompeu Fabra-Barcelona (UPF) since 2019. He was a post-doctoral researcher at the European Research Consortium MIME (Mobility and Inclusion in a Multilingual Europe, at the University of Augsburg, Germany).
Ann Peeters (VUB) (Ann.Peeters@vub.be)
Ann Peeters (1981) holds a joint PhD degree in Italian Literature awarded by Vrije Universiteit Brussel and Università di Pisa. At present she is the programme director of the Multilingual Master of Arts in Linguistics and Literary Studies and the Vice President of the International Board of Vrije Universiteit Brussel. Her current research interests include interculturalism, multilingual literature and intermediality.
Alex Housen (VUB) (Alex.Housen@vub.be)
Alex Housen is Professor of English and Second Language Acquisition, and currently Dean of the Faculty of Humanities & Languages at the VUB. His research interests include second language acquisition and teaching, multilingualism and multilingual education.
Tommaso M. Milani (UoG) (email@example.com)
Tommaso M. Milani is Professor of Multilingualism. His research focuses on the societal dimensions of multilingualism, language politics and the relationship between language, gender and sexuality.
Tamara Pavasovic Trost (UoL) (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Tamara Trošt is Assistant Professor of Sociology at the School of Economics and Business, University of Ljubljana. She works on issues of identity, youth values, class, history teaching, and memory politics.
Claire Carles-Huguet (CY) (email@example.com)
Claire Carles-Huguet holds an Agrégation in English. She teaches American Literature and History. She is in charge of International Relations at CY Tech. She holds a Master’s degree from New York University and is completing a PhD on Nostalgia and Trauma in the works of Ernest Hemingway at Sorbonne University.
BA/MA/PHD – UNIVERSITY OF WARWICK
MultiDiv is a unique hub that brings together senior academics as well as UG (undergraduate) / PG (postgraduate) research developed through the formal curriculum and relevant extracurricular activities. It takes the form of an intensive, face-to-face week-long activity and involves workshops, data training, and sessions on interpreting research for wider audiences, policymakers, and the media most notably.
- Cross-EUTOPIA student seminar on Linguistic Landscaping – When? Feb 4th 2021 – Where? online – more info
- MultiDiv Research Conference – When? June 2021 – Where? Online – more info in this brochure (coming soon)
- Student-led EUTOPIA module on Multilingualism & Diversity – more info will be provided soon
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