Welcome to the Third Intergenerational Transmission of Minority Languages Symposium: Challenges and Benefits
A free asynchronous symposium, online from Monday 11 December 2017
We welcome researchers, students, teachers and community members who are interested in the challenges and benefits of Intergenerational transmission of minority languages to this third international Symposium. This year’s symposium is entirely online and asynchronous. There is no fee to view, download or comment on the presentations.
At the end of the page for each presentation there is provision for comments, questions, responses, and discussion. The presentations will be available indefinitely, with Creative Commons CC BY 4.0 licensing, which makes them available to a much wider audience of researchers, students and interested community members and policy makers than would otherwise be reached.
“It would be nice if someone took the load off you”: New Australian mothers of Arabic-speaking background on the challenges of maintaining their heritage language with their children.
Kerry Taylor-Leech and Areej Yousef, Griffith University
Hilde de Smedt Foyer, vzw, Brussels
Mohammed Dagamseh, University of Canterbury
Eva J Daussa, University of Groningen
Amy Budrikis, University of Western Australia
Yvonne Lam, University of Alberta
Marcus Maia et al., Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
Iva Batusic, University of Wales
Anna Gallo, University of Naples “Federico II” and at the University of Bern
Carlos Enrique Ibarra, University of New Mexico
Julieta Murata, University of Buenos Aires
Nathan J. Albury, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Joanne Lin & Elaine Ballard, University of Auckland
Daniela Panico, University of Sydney
Jean Kim, Una Cuningham, & Jeanette King, University of Canterbury
Judy Taligalu McFall-McCaffery & John McCaffery, University of Auckland