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pcroteau Aug 24
So bummed I missed this weekend. Thanks to all sharing with the hash tag, details are always welcome!
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Felipe Coura Aug 22
A real atonishing view from .
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Winnie Liu Aug 22
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Kristin Snoddon Aug 23
As noted today, there is a difference between immigrants and colonizers.
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Kristin Snoddon Aug 23
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Yuliya Aug 23
My first-time virtual presentation at a conference - Learner response to PBLA
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Kristin Snoddon Aug 23
“It keeps you explaining, over and over again, your reason for being.” Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Official Languages Act at
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SunnyLau Aug 22
Calling language into existence politically, even if such existence is linguistically problematic, is a necessity" (Petrovic, 2015, p. 95) -' an important idea for thought I got from today's Conference at OISE.
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Jennifer J. MacDonald Aug 24
Angel Lin about to deliver her plenary at
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Mathilde Cames Aug 16
Excited to announce that next week I will be presenting my MA thesis research at the Multidisciplinary Approaches in Language Policy & Planning Conference at
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OISE - CTL Aug 23
Come join us at 11:00am today in the for an Plenary Presentation by of : Unsettling Language Barriers: Redefining Communicative “Problems” and Reimagining Decolonial Possibilities
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James K Puchowski Aug 23
Conference presentation done! Great to be in Toronto with so many nice people Thanks to for the photo.
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Felipe Coura Aug 22
Prof today at - Problematizing the legal recognition of sign languages in Canada
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Yecid Ortega Aug 24
Whitening one's accent becomes part of a broader process of racial malleability related to a raciolinguistic enregisterment by students in specific contexts.
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Mathilde Cames Aug 24
Really loved the half Hip-Hop, half formal, 100% passionating conference. I'm more of a rock-n-roll kind of person but I really did have a blast!! 🤘🔥🤘 On a more serious note, it was another excellent edition and experience. I'll definitely go again next year if I can!
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Karen Feagin Aug 24
Replying to @ElanaShohamy
Adding the proper tags!
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Vijay Ramjattan Aug 24
Replying to @Vijay_Ramjattan
Check out their publication, which goes into more detail!
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Jennifer Burton Aug 24
Replying to @ElanaShohamy
“What we need is Multilingual awareness” says
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Rachelle Vessey Aug 23
My talk (coauthored with Lisa McEntee Atalianis) is up next at this year’s Language Policy conference in Toronto: language policy and agency in the United Nations
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Plurilingual Lab Aug 24
Angel Lin talks about breaking boundaries between languages and accepting a duality of languages rather than choosing one language over another
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