LANGUAGE, WORLD AND ACTION SESSIONS IN THE FRAMEWORK OF THE LINGUAPAX 2018

Framework of the Linguapax 2018

Tuesday, 20 November 2018 , Olot

Framework of the Linguapax 2018

Framework of the Linguapax 2018

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The sessions dedicated to the FABER Residence, Languages, Worlds and Action, consisted of a first block of presentations by sections: Theories and critiques, Languages and verbal art, and Linguistic Revitalization. The meeting concluded with a joint session of all residents around some of the key issues identified by them after living together during their residency at Faber: a) What are the most effective strategies for linguistic revitalization, b) How can we inspire different groups to promote linguistic diversity, c) What is the role of the verbal arts in supporting linguistic diversity, d) How do constructed (invented) languages interact with digital and popular culture?

The participants of the FABER-Linguapax Residence presented their projects in the framework of # Linguapax2018.

Presentation of the Residence FABER-Linguapax. Francesc Serés and Alicia Fuentes.

Session I: Theories and Criticism.

Genner Llanes, Yucatec Mayan anthropologist, Leiden University.

Sheena Shah, Department of Linguistics, School of Languages, Cultures and Linguistics (SOAS, London).

Session II: Verbal Arts.

Sonia Antinori, Transcultural Theatre, Ancona.

Jenny Green, Traditional (Multimodal) Narrative and Verbal Arts, University of Melbourne.

Jan van Steenbergen, Language Creation Society.

Session III: Linguistic Revitalization.

A. Flores Farfán, Linguapax-Latin America. CIESAS Mexico City

Inky Gibbens, Tribalingual (endangered languages online).

Kola Túbòsún, editor and promoter of African languages on the internet, Lagos.

 

During the residency, the participants began to develop a series of projects that will be the subject of the articles that will be included in the Linguapax Report 2018.

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