The Fourth International Symposium on the Intergenerational Transmission of Minority Languages: Language and Identity (ITML4)
A free, online asynchronous symposium, is jointly arranged this year by the University of Canterbury and Uppsala University, opening on 10 December 2018.
We invite researchers, students, teachers and community members who are interested in sharing their work and insights into issues of the relationship between language and identity in connection with intergenerational transmission of minority languages to this fourth international Symposium.
This symposium is entirely online and asynchronous. There is no fee to view, download or comment on the presentations. There will be provision for comments, questions, responses, and discussion until the end of 2018.. The idea is that the presentations will be freely available indefinitely, under a Creative Commons Attribution license. This makes the presentations available to a much wider audience of researchers, students and interested community members and policy makers than would otherwise be reached.
Previous symposia are available here.
Una Cunningham, Uppsala University
Jeanette King, University of Canterbury