Conferences

Conferences

Talks in International Conferences

  • (Forthcoming 2021). Linguistic Domination: A Republican Approach to Linguistic Justice. Multicultural Citizenship 25 Later Conference. Paris (France), 18-19 November 2021.
  • (Forthcoming 2021). Linguistic Justice and Global English: Theoretical and Empirical Approaches. British Association for Applied Linguistics (BAAL) 2021 Conference. Online, September 2021 (with Josep Soler).
  • (2021) Linguistic Domination: A Republican Approach to Linguistic Justice. The Venice World Multidisciplinary Conference on Republics and Republicanism. Venice (Italy), 11-13 July 2021.
  • (2018). Linguistic Justice against Domination. Interdisciplinary and the Future of Multilingualism Research. Berlin (Germany), 28-29 August 2018.
  • (2017). Why Majority Groups Should Learn Minority Languages: Republican Citizenship and the Moral Argument for Multilingualism. Relationships and Responsibilities: A conference in honour of Iseult Honohan´s work. Dublin (Ireland), 23-24 May 2017.
  • (2016). Why Bolivian Spanish Speakers Should Learn Quechua: Moral Arguments for Multilingualism. International Conference on the Philosophy and Politics of Indigenous Language Rights in Latin America. Cochabamba (Bolivia), 19-21 September 2016.
  • (2016). Why Spanish Speakers Should Learn Catalan: A Republican Argument for Multilingualism. Cultural Diversity and Liberal Democracy: Models, Policies and Practice. Toronto (Canada), 19-20 April 2016.
  • (2016). Why Spanish Speakers Should Learn Catalan: A Republican Argument for Multilingualism. Political Studies Association (PSA) 66th Annual International Conference. Brighton (United Kingdom), 21-23 March 2016.
  • (2015). Why should we prevent a global English life-world? A democratic-deliberative answer. Global English, Mobility and Linguistic Justice. Universiteit van Amsterdam: Amsterdam (The Netherlands), 6-7 November 2015.
  • (2015). Living Together as Equals: Linguistic Justice and Sharing the Public Sphere in Multilingual Settings. European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR) General Conference. Montréal (Canada), 26-29 August 2015.

Workshop presentations

  • (2021). Linguistic Justice and English as a Lingua Franca: A Normative and Empirical Critique. Workshop on Linguistic Justice and Global English: Applied Linguistics and Political Theory Intersections. Online. (with Josep Soler).
  • (2019). What is the Ground of Linguistic Pluralism? Dignity, Pluralism and Linguistic Justice. Manuscript Symposium on Helder De Schutter ‘Linguistic Pluralism’. Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne: Paris (France), 12 April 2019.
  • (2017). The Silenced Language(s): Justice and Linguistic Domination. Workshop on Linguistic Diversity and Democratic Politics. Leuven (Belgium), 19 December 2017.
  • (2016). Why Majority Groups Should Learn Minority Languages: An Argument for Multilingualism. MIME Linguistic Justice Workshop. Leuven (Belgium), 30 June 2016.
  • (2015). Living Together as Equals: Linguistic Justice and Sharing the Public Sphere in Multilingual Settings. Disputationes Quadrangulae 8. Antwerp (Belgium), 12 June 2015.

Invited talks

  • (2021). La Perspectiva Republicana sobre la Justícia Lingüística. Seminari de Sociolingüísica i Política Lingüística (CUSC). Universitat de Barcelona: Barcelona (Catalonia), 24 February 2021.
  • (2020). Què és la teoria política i per què ens pot ajudar en temps de pandèmia? Teoria Política i Coronavirus. Quina és la Qüestió? Universitat Pompeu Fabra: Barcelona (Catalonia), 26 October 2020.
  • (2019) Linguistic Domination: A Republican Approach to Linguistic Justice. Political Science Seminar. Universitat de Barcelona: Barcelona (Catalonia), 4 July 2019.
  • (2019) Què són polítiques lingüístiques justes? Un marc conceptual: els paradigmes actuals de la justícia lingüística. Seminari de Llengües i d’Autogovern. Institut d’Estudis de l’Autogovern: Barcelona (Catalonia), 6 June 2019 (with Elvira Riera).
  • (2019) El preu de la desigualtat (The Price of Inequality). A two hours talk given to High School students on ethics and inequality. High School Salvador Dalí, El Prat de Llobregat (Barcelona, Catalonia), 18 January 2019.
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