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Course module: 880076-M-6
880076-M-6
Sociolinguistics of Globalization
Course info
Course module880076-M-6
Credits (ECTS)6
CategoryMA (Master)
Course typeCourse
Language of instructionEnglish
Offered byTilburg University; Tilburg School of Humanities and Digital Sciences; TSH: Commun. and Inform. Sciences; TSH: Department Communication and Cognition;
Is part of
M Communication and Information Sciences (research)
M Linguistics and Communication Sciences (research)
Convenant TSH
Lecturer(s)
Lecturer
prof. dr. J.M.E. Blommaert
Other course modules lecturer
Lecturer
dr. M. Spotti
Other course modules lecturer
Academic year2019
Starting block
BLOK 3
Course mode
Full-time
Remarks-
Registration openfrom 15/01/2020 up to and including 21/08/2020
Aims
Please Mind: the complete information for this course is not provided yet, this page will be finalized in the upcoming weeks
The intellectual genesis of this course rests on the efforts brought forward in the field of language and society by the InCoLaS (International Consortium on Language and Superdiversity). In so doing students are invited to disect and re-think given concepts such as: language, culture, identity, ethnicity, speech community and native speakerhood, all of which are here tackled from a post-structuralist critical angle.

Specifics
The course is on a tutorial basis whereby reading before class and being ready to debate critically the concepts that will be tackled each week is essential,

Recommended Prerequisites
Having followed the course Language, Globalisation and Superdiversity
Content
The course brings together some of the most recent work developed in the field of globalisation, migration and communication studies using as an umbrella term that of 'language and superdiversity'. After an introduction on the concepts of superdiversity and its reason d'etre in sociolinguistics, students will be confronted with the elements of an emerging perspective on the study of communication, e.g. classroom multilingualism, ways of fashioning someone's speech, online memes, categorisation combined with social class, translation and - last but not least - institutional inclusion and exclusion in the process of entering a new host country while requesting asylum.
Contact person
dr. M. Spotti
Timetable information
Sociolinguistics of Globalization
Required materials
Articles
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Recommended materials
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Tests
Take home exam

Final Result

Presentation+research driven paper

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