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Disrupting Digital Monolingualism
Posted on May 28 2020
Event Date: 16/06/2020 - 17/06/2020
An international workshop on languages in critical digital theory and practice
- To map the current state of multilingualism in digital theory and practice through, and across, languages and cultures
- To identify areas of linguistic (especially Anglophone) bias and ‘language indifference’ in digital methodologies and infrastructure
- To discuss the value and role of languages in digital theory and practice and their implications for language study and professions
- To bring together experts in languages-driven digital study and practice to discuss priorities for future action and potential collaboration
- To explore emerging models for linguistic diversity and languages-aware digital practice in academia, education and private/third sectors and to document best practice
The event is organised by researchers from King’s College London and the University of London, as part of the Open World Research Initiative.
Visit the website for more information and to register.