Programme

Wednesday, February 8th 2017
room 1150, Von Melle Park 6,  20146 Hamburg – Uni-Hamburg

10-10:25
OPENING / INTRO
Maria Goldbach & Pilar Larrañaga (Universität Hamburg):
Language, literature, and the role of religion for language preservation
10:30-11:15
Markus Klaus Schäffauer (Universität Hamburg):
Literature, language, and the atopic policy of non-understanding
11:15-12:15
Marc-Olivier Hinzelin (Universität Hamburg):
Occitan, Catalan, and Francoprovençal – vitality and legal status in four European countries (France, Spain, Italy, and Switzerland)

12:15-14:15
LUNCH BREAK (12:30, Tisch 10 Personen – Völkerkundemuseum, Restaurant OKZIDENT)

15:15-16:15
Ludwig Paul (Universität Hamburg):
Language situation and language politics in Iran

16:15-16:45
COFFEE BREAK

16:45-17:45
Gilberto Rescher (Universität Hamburg):
TBA
17:45-18:15
Grazia Crocco (Universität Hamburg):
Aromanian: A threatened language?

20:00
SOCIAL PROGRAMME (20 Uhr, Abaton, 10 Personen)

Thursday, February 9th

10:00-11:00
Gisella Ferraresi  & Elvis N’cho (Universität Bamberg):
Nouchi – from disregarded sociolect to integration and identity language
11:00-12:00
Geof Haig/Baydaa Mustafa (Universität Bamberg):
„The impact of language politics on language use: the case of Kurdish in Duhok“

12:00-14:00
LUNCH BREAK (12:30, Tisch 10 Personen – Jerusalem, Kammerspiele)

14:00-15:00
Andoni Barreña (EHU-UPV and Universidad de Salamanca, Spain):
Iniciativa popular y pública en la revitalización de la lengua
15:00-16:00
Hiram Smith (University of Bucknell, USA):
Walking on eggshells: Why our research methods, practices and procedures at every level must have the community in mind

16:00-16:30
COFFEE BREAK

17:30-18:30
Workshop by Andoni Barreña

19:00
SOCIAL PROGRAMME (19:30, Arkadasch, 10 Personen)

Friday, February 10th

10:00-11:00
Heike Tappe (University Kwa-Zulu Natal, Durban, South Africa):
Top-down language policy vis-à-vis grass roots demands. Contemporary South Africa’s search for a middle ground as a litmus test
11:00-12:00
Aldona Sopata (University of Poznán, Poland):
Multilingualism in Poland

12:00-14:00
LUNCH BREAK (12:30, Neumanns, 10 Personen)

14:00-15:00
Ute Fendler (University of Bayreuth):
Silence and miss-communication in cinema
15:00-16:00
Hans-Ingo Radatz(Universität Bamberg):
WERLs (Western European Regional Languages) as a configurational type of societal multilingualism: A project towards parametrized comparison
16:00-16:30
Júlio C.M. Matias (Universität Hamburg ):
Indigene policies in Brazil: the example of the Pataxó and Maxakali communities