ISUP Colloquium 2022
Inaugural Annual ISUP Colloquium 2022: Race, Linguistic Justice, and Critical Approaches to Communicative Competence
Friday, March 25, 2022, 9:00 am – 12:00 pm ET
Institute for the Study of University Pedagogy (ISUP), University of Toronto Mississauga (UTM)
Register in advance for this event:
Sheila Batacharya, Assistant Professor, Teaching Stream (LTA), ISUP, UTM
Zhaozhe Wang, Assistant Professor, ISUP, UTM.
Mark Blaauw-Hara, Assistant Professor, Teaching Stream, ISUP, UTM
This colloquium will explore the (im)mobilities of language, race, and showcase university pedagogies that cultivate linguistic justice and intercultural communicative competence. Questions that will be addressed:
- How can language scholars use critical frameworks to theorize the academic literacy learning experiences of multilingual students?
- How can faculty, staff, librarians, and administrators challenge dominant understandings of the mobility-language nexus and better support multilingual students?
- What is the relationship between “small things that do big things” and “big things”[i] that require action and sustained commitment in the everyday work of university faculty, staff, librarians, and administrators?
NB: American Sign Language (ASL) and live captioning will be provided during the livestream for this event.
Register in advance for this meeting:
9:00 – 9:15 am Opening Remarks
9:15 – 10:15 am Keynote Speaker & Discussion
Eve Haque, York Research Chair in Linguistic Diversity and Community Vitality - “Forced (Im)Mobilities at the Nexus of Race and Language in Pandemic Times.”
10:15 – 10:30 am Break
10:30 – 12:00 pm Panel & Discussion
Zhaozhe Wang, ISUP - “Autoethnography as a Site of Negotiation for Linguistic Difference.”
Sheila Batacharya and Phuong Tran, ISUP – “Critical Approaches to Intercultural Communicative Competence and Writing Instruction.”
Yaseen Ali, Learning Strategist, Intercultural and Community Learning & Jasjit Sangha PhD, Learning Strategist, Identity and Learning, Academic Success – “Inclusive Teaching Strategies for Supporting EAL Students”