Conference and seminar papers

Patrick Stevenson ‘Language policy and social inclusion: language, migration and citizenship in Europe’, conference on Le Débat sur les Politiques Linguistiques au Canada et en Europe / Debating Language Policies in Canada and Europe, Université d'Ottawa/University of Ottawa, 31 mars - 2 avril 2005 / 31 March - 2 April 2005

Patrick Stevenson, ‘“National” languages in transnational contexts: language, migration and citizenship in Europe’, research seminar at University at Buffalo SUNY, 4 April 2005

Patrick Stevenson, ‘“National” language policies and social inclusion: language, migration and citizenship in Europe’, research seminar at University of Limerick, 9 May 2005

Patrick Stevenson, ‘Globalization and identity: language policies and communicative repertoires in central and eastern Europe’, conference on Language and Global Communication, Cardiff University, 7-9 July 2005

Jenny Carl and Patrick Stevenson, ‘Being a German-speaker in Central Europe: language policies and the negotiation of identities’, conference on Standard, Variation and Language Contact in the Germanic Languages at the Institute of Germanic and Romance Studies, University of London, 23-24 March 2006

Jenny Carl and Patrick Stevenson, ‘Sociolinguistic change in Central Europe: the layering of language policy’, Sociolinguistics Symposium 16, University of Limerick, July 2006

Patrick Stevenson and Jenny Carl, ‘Linguistic repertoires of diasporic communities: language and the negotiation of identities among German-speaking communities in Central Europe’, conference on Diaspora Experiences, Waterloo Centre for German Studies, University of Waterloo Ontario, 24-27 August 2006

Livia Schanze, ‘Regulating language use in a multicultural playground’, BAAL 2006, University College Cork, 7-8 September 2006

Livia Schanze, ‘Language regulation in schools: diverging content of personal interviews and press statements’, Forum for Germanic Linguistic Studies 2007, University of Nottingham, 5-6 January 2007

Jenny Carl, ‘Regimes of representation: social change and linguistic repertoires in central Europe’, research seminar at University of Wolverhampton, 11 April 2007

Jenny Carl, ‘Everyday life in politics: individual language practices among German-speakers in Hungary’, conference at LSE, 11 May 2007.

Patrick Stevenson, ‘Experiences with language in central Europe: citizenship and belonging’, keynote paper at conference on Nationalism and National Identities Today: Multidisciplinary Perspectives, Centre for Research on Nationalism, Ethnicity and Multiculturalism, University of Surrey, 12-13 June 2007

Jenny Carl and Patrick Stevenson, ‘Central European time: memories of language – lost and found – in the life stories of German-speakers’, conference on Language, Discourse and Identity in Central Europe, University of Southampton, 6-8 July 2007

Livia Schanze, ‘Debating diversity: competing discourses around the German-only policy of a multilingual Berlin school’, conference on Language, Discourse and Identity in Central Europe, University of Southampton, 6-8 July 2007

Patrick Stevenson, ‘Liminal language(s): linguistic biographies of German-speakers in Central Europe’, Christmas lecture, University of Bristol, 3 December 2007.

Patrick Stevenson, ‘Linguistic Legacies: Memories of Language in the Life Stories of German-Speakers in Central Europe’, research seminar at University of Sheffield, 12 December 2007.

Patrick Stevenson, ‘The stratigraphy of language policy discourses: the German language in central Europe’, paper given in invited panel on ‘Language and identity’ at colloquium on Other Europes: Agents of Transformation, ISET (Institute for the Study of European Transformations), London Metropolitan University, 1 February 2008.

Patrick Stevenson, ‘Orders of multilingualism in central Europe: Linguistic regimes, social categorisation and belonging’, paper given in invited panel on ‘The politics of language in contemporary Europe:  institutions, ideologies and interactions’ at the annual conference of the Council for European Studies, University of Chicago, 6 – 8 March 2008.

Patrick Stevenson and Jenny Carl, ‘Representation in the articulation of language policy objectives’, paper given at invited workshop on ‘Constructing Multilingual Europe? Micro and Macro Perspectives’ (Organisers: Michal Krzyzanowski and Ruth Wodak) at Sociolinguistics Symposium 17, University of Amsterdam, 3 – 5 April, 2008.

Jenny Carl and Patrick Stevenson, ‘Multilingualism in Mitteleuropa: language in the lives of German-speakers in central Europe’, given at AILA (International Association for Applied Linguistics) 2008, University of Essen, August 2008.

Patrick Stevenson, 'The times of their lives: time, place and space in central European language biographies', annual joint seminar of the Centre for Transnational Studies and the Centre for Applied Language Research, University of Southampton, 26 February 2009.