Researching multilingually with displaced peoples
De Carle Distinguished Lecture
Lecture six: Professor Alison Phipps, UNESCO Chair in Refugee Integration through Languages and the Arts (University of Glasgow)
Taking the categories of race, gender and class as her starting point, Professor Phipps develops a thesis in this lecture which situates language as both social category and social construct, arguing for an approach to methods across the academy which is supple enough to deconstruct monolingual assumptions of Anglo-normativity and work multilingually within research frameworks.
Co-hosted by the Centre for Global Migrations and Languages and Cultures programme.