PROGRAMME

TUESDAY, 29 JUNE 2021

08:3009:00LOG ON AND REGISTRATION
09:0010:00KEYNOTE SPEAKER – PROFESSOR DIANA JEATER
(Dis)inventing Constructions of the Native Mind: Colonial Racism, Knowledge and Translation
10:0010:15TEA BREAK & TRANSITION INTO BREAKAWAYS
   Race, categorizations and language I
Session chair: Quentin Williams
Rethinking language policy in higher education I
Session chair: Mbulu Madiba
10:1510:45Racial politics of English as a lingua franca in South Africa
Author: Stephanie Rudwick
Language policy and ‘inhabitance’: an auto-ethnographic approach
Author: Chanel van der Merwe
10:4511:15Linguistic human categorization: Language boundaries and matters of belonging in East Africa
Author: Deborah Wockelmann
Language policies in higher education – empowering and disempowering ideas
Author: Bert van Pinxteren
11:1511:45Nomen enumeration and grading of global states as perpetuation of imperial hierarchies
Author: Sambulo Ndlovu
Caramelizing the LPP onion implementationally: A South African lens on melding and mixing in multilingual policy and practice
Authors: Esther Liu & Nancy Hornberger
11:4512:30LUNCH BREAK & TRANSITION INTO PLENARY
12:3013:30KEYNOTE SPEAKER: PROFESSOR SABELO J. NDLOVU-GATSHENI
The Cognitive Empire and its Consequences for Knowledge (s) and Language(s) of the Postcolonial World
13:3013:45LEG STRETCH & TRANSITION INTO BREAKAWAYS
   Race, categorizations and language II
Session chair: Quentin Williams
Rethinking language policy in higher education II
Session chair: Mbulu Madiba
13:4514:15Contemporary Racism and the Rest of Us
Author: Onookome Okome
Language as Territory: A Consideration of Indigenous Colombian Student Voices regarding Colonial Languages Use in the University Context
Author: Katharine Hazel West
14:1514:45Narratives in confrontation in the toppling of statues around the world in 2020
Author: William Soares dos Santos
The Impact of the Colonial Language Policy in German South West Africa and German East Africa on the Current Language Situation in Namibia and Tanzania Czech
Author: Elizaveta Getta
14:4515:15Section 29(2) of the South African constitution: Implications for genocide, epistemicide, linguicide, cultural imperialism, and alienation
Author: Weekend Mfakele
Language policy and planning in the Caribbean Archipelago. A literature review and the need for a decolonial approach
Author: Hector Rafael Castrillon-Costa
15:1515:45TEA BREAK & TRANSITION INTO BREAKAWAYS
   Positioning the Other
Session chair: Felix Banda
Language policy and practice in schools
Session chair: Ignatius Khan Ticha
15:4516:15Decolonization of Fashion in Beyoncé’s Black is King and Swati Lihiya Cloth
Author: Betty Dlamini
‘Mirrors and Windows’ for grade six immigrant learners: Using translanguaging as a pedagogy of integration
Authors: Clarah  Dhokotera & Leketi Makalela
16:1516:45“it depends on how strong his English is”: An appraisal of linguistic and spatial boundaries between students and security personnel at an urban university in South Africa
Authors: Lynn Mafofo &  Sinfree Makoni
An historical examination of the use of English and local languages in schools and the public space in Uganda
Authors: Medadi Ssentanda & Ruth Wenske
16:4517:15Accumulating the Other: the coloniality of symbolic exchange in global tourism
Author: Sean P. Smith
Experiences of English teacher educators in Ecuador entangled between sumak kawsay and a knowledge-based economy
Author: Magda Madany-Saa
17:1517:30LEG STRETCH & TRANSITION INTO PLENARY
17:3018:30KEYNOTE SPEAKER – PROFESSOR SINFREE MAKONI
An evolving view of language scholarship through the prisms of Southern Epistemologies and Southern Theories.
18:3018:30CLOSING OF DAY 2

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