Language rules? Languages, standards and linguistic inequality: multilingualism and variation in education, law and citizenship
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Language rules? Languages, standards and linguistic inequality: multilingualism and variation in education, law and citizenship

 

Date

15 - 17 April 2019

Time

12.15 pm start on 15 April
2.30 pm departutre on 17 April

Venue

C14, Teaching & Learning Building, University of Nottingham

Cost

Various rates apply.

See details below 

 

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Language Rules brings together practitioners – teachers, examiners, dictionary-makers, speech therapists, legislators, translators, lobbyists, policy-makers, and others – with academics to examine how assumptions and beliefs about correct, acceptable or standard languages impact on everyday life in a multilingual world, including how to tackle potential inequalities. 

Conference essentials

Conference organiser

The conference is organised by MEITS, a major interdisciplinary research project funded under the AHRC Open World Research Initiative. 

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University of Nottingham MEITS research

Cost

Standard package

With Accommodation

This package includes

  • arrival on Monday in time for lunch
  • departure Wednesday afternoon
  • all meals,
  • accommodation on Monday and Tuesday nights in Orchard Hotel (additional accommodation can be booked at £75 per night)
Standard rate

(after 8 March 2019) - £280 (student £260)

 

Without  Accommodation

Standard rate

(after 8 March 2019) - £130 (student £110)

 

Day rate

Single day rate attendance is available at £50 per day. This includes lunch and tea/coffee on the day but not an evening meal or accommodation.  

 
 

 

 

Language rules? Languages, standards and linguistic inequality: multilingualism and variation in education, law and citizenship

The University of Nottingham
University Park
Nottingham
NG7 2RD

telephone: +44 (0) 115 951 5151