The 18th International Conference on Minority Languages to be hold in Bilbao (Basque Country) from March 24th to 26th 2021, is organized by the NOR Research Group of the University of the Basque Country. It will deal with the subject of minority or small languages and minority speakers all over the world. It aims to create a dialogue between disciplines by asking how minority languages are facing those challenging new multilingual and multicultural circumstances, and how minority speakers are negotiating and reinventing minority linguistic resources in moving local and global.
The ICML 2021 will be structured in many thematic fields, such as:
Minority languages revitalization experiences in mutilingual and global contexts.
Language policy and planning in challenging mutilingual and multicultural enviroments.
Education, literacy and language learning criteria for a multilingual system.
Sociolinguistic and ethnographic approaches: Languages ideologies, identities and attitudes in a changing globalized world.
Cultural and Linguistic Anthropology: language in the production of power relations and social inequalities.
Communication and Media Studies: New communication media and multilingualism.
- Cultural practices and creative industries.
Other relevant areas.
Submission for proposals: April 1 to June 30, 2020.
Notification of acceptance of proposals: October, 2020.
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