Presentations

2016

Al-Masri, N., Fassetta, G., Attia, M., Frimberger, K., Imperiale, M.G. Teaching Arabic online: a collaborative training programme. Presentation at the CESE Conference, 1 June 2016, University of Glasgow, School of Education.

Al-Masri, N., Frimberger, K., Attia, M., Imperiale, G., Fassetta, G., Hope is our bread and butter’: towards a human ecological language pedagogy in the context of siege. Paper presented at the 2nd BIBAC (Building Interdisciplinary Bridges Across Cultures) International Conference, hosted by Cambridge University, UK, July 30th-August 01st, 2016.

Andrews, J. and Fay, R.Researchers as mediators: languaging and culturing when researching multilingually. Paper presented at the 16th IALIC Conference, “Bridging across languages and cultures in everyday life: new roles for changing scenarios”, hosted by the Autonomous University of Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain, November 25th-27th, 2016.

Andrews, J., Pöyhönen, S., Fay, R. and Tarnanen, M., Researching Multilingually – exploring emergent linguistic practices in migrant contexts. Paper presented at the 2nd International Conference on the Sociolinguistics of Immigration (Slimig2016), Rapallo (Genova) Italy, September 22nd-23rd, 2016.

Andrews, J. and Fay, R., Researching language/languaging in contexts of pain and pressure: perspectives from 1946 and 2016. Paper presented at the “Taking stock of Applied Linguistics – where are we now?” 49th Annual Meeting of the British Association of Applied Linguistics (BAAL), hosted by Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, 1st-3rd September, 2016.

Attia, M., Understanding Reflexivity in Light of Dewey’s ‘Trying’ and ‘Undergoing’. Paper presented at the Dewey 2016 conference, hosted by Cambridge University, UK, September 28th-October 01st, 2016.

Davcheva, L. and Fay, R., “Es como llevar naranjas a … Sefarad”: Tales of Ladino from the Bulgarian Sephardic Community. Guest lecture given at the University of Cordoba, Spain, April 15th, 2016.

Davcheva, L. and Fay, R., “They thought they heard somebody who had risen from their grave”: stories of multilingual, collaborative, narrative research into Ladino and intercultural identity. Paper presented as LANTERN Lunch-time Talk No. 4 at the Manchester Institute of Education, March 4th, 2016.

Fay,  R., Interthinking creatively, or what happens when creative artists and language researchers  work together. (Paper 2 of the symposium “Transformative creativity: arts and performance in language and intercultural research”). Paper presented at the 16th IALIC Conference, “Bridging across languages and cultures in everyday life: new roles for changing scenarios”, hosted by the Autonomous University of Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain, November 25th-27th, 2016.

Fay, R., Andrews, J., Frimberger, K. and Tordzro, G., Creative interthinking: interthinking creatively. Paper presented at The Twelfth International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, hosted by the University of Illinois, USA, May 18th-21st, 2016.

Fay, R.Zhou, X., and Huang, Z.M., Among the IALIC-ists: the transcreation of intercultural knowledge landscapes. Paper presented the 16th IALIC Conference, “Bridging across languages and cultures in everyday life: new roles for changing scenarios”, hosted by the Autonomous University of Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain, November 25th-27th, 2016.

Holmes, P. & Frimberger, K. Progress and Priorities. Presentation at the Translating Cultures Theme Advisory Group Meeting, 30 March 2016, MRC Head Office, London.

Holmes, P., Andrews, J., Attia, M. & Fay, R. Cross-cultural research at the borders of languages, the body, law and the state: Researchers’ linguistic resources. Presentation at the Centre for Applied Cross-cultural Research, 26 July 2016, Victoria University of Wellington.

Holmes, P., Andrews, J., Attia, M. & Fay, R. Ways of “researching multilingually” at the borders of languages, the body, law and the state, Presentation at the University of Melbourne, 14 July 2016.

Holmes P., Andrews, J., Attia, M. & Fay, R., Researching Multilingually: Drawing on your Language Resources in the Research Process. Workshop at the Graduate School of Education, 15 July 2016, University of Melbourne.

Holmes, P. & Attia, M. Researching Multilingually in Higher Education: Opportunities and Challenges. Presentation and workshop, 10 February 2016, Durham University, School of Education.

Holmes, P., Attia, M., Andrews J. & Fay, R.  Researching Multilingually: Possibilities and Complexities. Presentation AHRC Workshop, London, 12 February 2016.

Holmes, P., Fay, R., Attia, M. and Andrews, J., Researching multilingually and interculturally. Paper presented at the 19th CultNet, hosted by Durham University, April 21st-23rd, 2016.

Huang, Z.M., Fay, R. and White, R., The Knowledge Landscape of 念(niàn)/mindfulness: Intercultural Ethics for Transcreation. Paper presented at the 19th CultNet, hosted by Durham University, April 21st-23rd, 2016.

Imperiale, M.G. Gaza Teaches Back. Presentation CESE, 1 June 2016, University of Glasgow, School of Education.

Phipps, A. with Tordzro, G., Tordzro, N.D. and Sitholé, T., Dancing a decolonial language policy. Presentation at the symposium in honour of Michael Kelly, University of Southampton, 20 January 2016, Southampton

Phipps, A., “Where were you?” Hard words for hard times. Language and justice in a time of war on refugees. Presentation at the Centre for Theology and Public Issues at New College, University of Edinburgh, 18 February 2016. Audio recording available at the website of Scottish Faiths Action for Refugees.

Phipps, A., Sitholé T. and Andrews, J., Words that Nourish. Presentation at the Briston Food Connections, 3 May 2016, Bristol

Phipps, A. and Sitholé T., Masking Languages, Skinning Languages: Tourism, Researching Multilingually and The Performing Body. Presentation at the Conference on Languages and Tourism at the Institut für Afrikanistik und Ägyptologie, Universität zu Köln, 30 May 2016

Phipps, A. and Sitholé, T., On Voice and Interruptions. Presentation at the Voicing Displacement – dialogues and exchanges event, University of Manchester, 6 July 2016, Manchester

Phipps, A., McIntosh, A. (University of Waikato) and Cockburn-Wootten, C. (University of Waikato), Hospitality as advocacy: Towards the concept of community hospitality. Keynote at the Critical Hospitality Studies Symposium: A Multi-Disciplinary Affair, 28-29 July 2016 at Edinburgh Napier University

Phipps, A., Educating the Migratory Imagination: A Guide to the Traveller. Presentation at the Language Foregrounded: Education and Migration conference on the 22nd of October 2016, Durham University

White, R. and Fay, R., Paradigm humility and appropriate methodology in Global Mental Health. Paper presented at The Emergence of Global Mental Health Workshop, hosted by Kings College, London, April 28th, 2016.

2015

Andrews, J., Attia, M., Holmes, P. and Fay, R., Universities as sites of multilingualism: exploring our experiences on a multi-lingual, multidisciplinary research project. Paper presented at The multilingual university: the impact of linguistic diversity in Higher Education in English-dominant and EMI contexts (Seminar 4 in the ESRC-funded The Multilingual University seminar series), hosted by the University of Birmingham, November 13th, 2015.

Attia, M.  Researching multilingually: possibilities and complexities. Presentation and workshop, 30th April 2015, Cambridge University, Faculty of Education.

Attia, M., Holmes, P., Fay. R. and Andrews, J. (2015). The Central Role of Education in Relation to ‘Questioning the Means in Light of the Objectives’. Paper presented at the CILE 2015 Summer School, 31st May – 5th June, 2015, Granada, Spain.

Attia, M., Holmes, P., Fay. R. and Andrews, J. (2015). Researching multilingually: Possibilities and complexities. Presentation and workshop delivered at the Jean Monnet Network EUROMEC, 12th-19th July, 2015, Krakow, Poland.

Chaplin, M. and Reynolds, J. (2015). Language(s), Migration and Identity: Perspectives from the Researching Multilingually At Borders Project.  Presentation at the Ustinov Seminar on Movement and Identity, 16 December 2015, Ustinov College, Durham University, UK.

Davcheva, L. and Fay, R., Living intercultural lives: identity performance and zones of interculturality. Guest Lecture given at Sofia University, Bulgaria, November 9th, 2015.

Davcheva, L. and Fay, R., Living intercultural lives: Identity performance and zones of interculturality. Paper presented at the Cultural Horizons: Identities, Relationships and Languages in Migration conference, Cagliari (Sardinia/Italy), September 25th – 27th, 2015.

Fay, R., Andrews, J., Holmes, P. and Attia, M., Revisiting linguistic preparation: Some new directions arising from researching multilingually. Paper presented at the 48th Annual Meeting of the British Association for Applied Linguistics (BAAL), hosted by Aston University, September 3rd – 5th, 2015.

Fay, R., What does it mean to be (en)languaged in a world of vulnerability, discrimination, inequity and pain? Researching multilingually ay the borders of language, the body, law and the state. Paper presented at the Research Matters seminar series, hosted by the Manchester Institute of Education at The University of Manchester, October 28th, 2015.

Fay, R., The role of the arts in researching multilingually at the borders of language, the body, law and the state. Paper presented at the Language Research, Performance and the Creative Arts scoping event, hosted by the University of Leeds, October 16th, 2015.

Fay, R. and Dawson, S.Cultures of practitioner research: extending Exploratory Practice from language education to researching multilingually collaboration. Paper presented at CultNet, Durham, UK, 17th – 19th April, 2015.

Fay, R., Andrews, J., Holmes, P. and Attia, M.RM-ly work in progress: some current whats and hows from our interdisciplinary, collaborative work to date. Presentation as part of the AHRC Researching Multilingually at the Borders of Language, the Body, Law and the State symposium, Bucharest, Romania, November 3rd – 6th, 2015.

Fay, R. and Dawson, S. Cultures of practitioner research: extending Exploratory Practice from language education to researching multilingually collaboration. Paper presented at CultNet 2015, 17th-19th April, 2015, Durham University.

Gomez Parra, M. E. and Fay, R., Teacher education as intercultural practice: narratives of Spanish-medium practicum experiences in the refugee camps of Western Sahara. Paper presented at the 12th ELIA Conference ELIA XII, hosted by the University of Seville, Spain, 1st – 3rd July, 2015.

Holmes, P. (2015, 19-20 November). Language, culture, pedagogy, and translation under pressure in the 21st century: Some reflections and ways forward. 2015 international conference on Applied Linguistics, Department of English, National Taipei University of Technology, 19-20 November, 2015, held at GIS TAIPEI TECH Convention Center, Taipei, Taiwan.

Holmes, P., Al-Masri, N., & Attia, M. (2015, 27-29 November). Recasting the concept of intercultural communicative competence: A critical multimodal pedagogy for teaching Arabic to speakers of other languages (TASOL) in Gaza, Palestine. Intercultural Communication in social practice. 15th IALIC (International Association of Languages and Intercultural Communication) Conference. School of Foreign Languages, Peking University, Beijing, China.

Holmes, P., Attia, M., Fay, R. and Andrews, J. (2015). On ethical issues in conducting qualitative research internationally. Paper presented at the Northern Advanced Research Training Initiative (NARTI). A workshop on “Conducting Qualitative Research Internationally”, 12th June, 2015, Newcastle University Business School.

Holmes, P., Fay, R., Andrews, J. and Attia, M. Competence or purposefulness: How researchers harness their multilingual and intercultural resources when researching multilingually. Paper presented at the Department of Applied Linguistics Seminar Series, 24th February 2015, Newcastle University.

Holmes, P., Fay, R., Andrews, J. and Attia, M.Revisiting a framework for Researching Multilingually: Contributions from critical theory, intercultural relations, ethics, and the creative arts. Presentation as part of the AHRC Researching Multilingually at the Borders of Language, the Body, Law and the State symposium, Bucharest, Romania, November 3rd – 6th, 2015.

Holmes, P., Fay, R., Attia, M. and Andrews, J. Researching multilingually at the borders of languages, the body, law and the state: operationalising a research plan. Paper presented at CultNet 2015, 17th-19th April, 2015, Durham University.

Phipps, A., ‘What does it mean to be language in today’s world?’, A Human Ecological Perspective. Presentation presented at the Researching Multilingually at Borders symposium, 10 June 2015, Brussels

White, R., Fay, R., Kasujja, R. and Okalo, P. (2015). Global Mental Health: the importance of contextual sensitivity and appropriate methodologies. Paper presented at MAGic 2015 ‘Anthropology and Global Health: interrogating theory, policy and practice’, 9th-11th September, 2015, Sussex University, UK.

2014

Andrews, J., Fay, R., Holmes, P. and Attia, M. “Coming clean” about researching multilingually – learning from different disciplines. Paper presented at the 2nd AHRC Researching Multilingually at the Borders of Language, the Body, Law and the State Symposium, 15th – 17th October 2014, Durham University.

Attia, M. Researching Multilingually at the Borders of Language, the Body, Law and the State: An invitation for participation. Cultnet 2014, 24th-27th April 2014, Durham University.

Holmes, P. Theoretical and methodological possibilities and challenges for researching encounters with Chinese people/communities: An auto-biographical non-Chinese researcher perspective. Keynote presented at Intercultural communication between China and the rest of the world: Beyond (reverse) essentialism and culturalism?, 5th-6th June, 2014, Helsinki, Finland.

Holmes, P, Fay, R., Andrews, J. and Attia, M. Researching Multilingually: Spaces, relationships and research complexities. Workshop delivered as part of the Doctoral Programme of School of Education, Society and Culture (SEDUCE), 3rd June 2014, Faculty of Behavioural Sciences, University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finland.

Holmes, P., Fay, R., Andrews, J. and Attia, M. “Competence or purposefulness: how researchers harness their multilingual and intercultural resources when researching multilingually”. Paper presented at the 14th IALIC conference ‘Linguistic resources and intercultural (communicative) competence: bridging a theoretical and empirical gap’, 28th-30th November 2014, University of Aveiro, Portugal.

2013

Phipps, A. Researching Multilingually at the Borders of Language, the Body, Law and the State. Presentation for the AHRC “Translating Cultures” Programme Advisory Board, 4th October 2013.