This is my post on the Creative Multilingual Identities conference (Feb 2018) for the Oxford German Network, reblogged.
This week, regular guest blogger and guru of the OGN newsletter ‘Joining up German teaching in the UK’ Heike Krüsemann brings us an update from the Creative Multilingualism project, which is part of the Open World Research Initiative and recently held its second conference…
Wer bin ich – who am I?!
Well, only you can answer that! Our identities are shaped in highly individual ways – and if you have more than one language, probably even more so! Academics, teachers, students, artists, poets and other interested parties came together in early February at Reading University’s Institute of Education to exchange ideas on creative multilingual identities. The conference was part of the Creative Multilingualism programme, spearheaded by the OGN’s director and language enthusiast, Professor Katrin Kohl.
Katrin Kohl opens the conference
The first day kicked off with some splendidly varied presentations by early career researchers on topics such as translation…
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