Multilingualism: Reflecting on a Global Reality through Time, Space, Mind and Text
Students and faculty are invited to attend a series of events throughout the fall and winter sessions at UTM addressing topics on multilingualism that range from the effect of multilingualism on literary texts and one’s sociocultural identity to the issue of language teaching and learning, to language acquisition and language change.
|September 20, 2023|| L'IMAGE Comics Exhibit: Language, Identity, Multiculturalism and Global Empowerment
Prof. Ai Taniguchi (Department of Language Studies, UTM)
|MN Grand Hall; noon to 5pm|
|October 5, 2023|| The Acquisition of 3pl Verb Markings by (Very) Advanced FSL Learners and Francophone
Students in Ontario, Canada
Raymond & Françoise Mougeon (Glendon College, York University)
|MN 3230 (CDRS) or via Zoom (https://uoft.me/bilingual-register)|
|November 13, 2023||Language Learning Experiences of Adult Migrants: A Comparative Study|
|December 8, 2023||
Multilingualism Student Research Symposium
|January 25, 2024||Hearing Employability, Hearing Race|
|February 2, 2024||Multilingualism in Innu Literature|
|February TBD, 2024||Assessing Individual Differences in Multilinguals|
|March 7, 2024||Plurilingual Education in Canada|
|March 20, 2024||Can Language Policies Affect Language Vitality?|
|April 5, 2024||New Approaches to Multilingualism in the Distant Past|
Details about the events will be updated as finalized.
This event series is sponsored by the Jackman Humanities Institute.