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“Secret” Language Practices: Gender, Sexuality, Race, Language

Pratiques langagières « secrètes » : genre, sexualité, race, langage

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Published on Tuesday, February 21, 2023

Abstract

The colloquium ”Secret” Language Practices: gender, sexuality, race, language aims at discussing intersectional language-based researches focusing on “secret” language practices from the main perspectives of queer linguistics and raciolinguistics. It will offer a space to discuss “secret” language practices of LGBTQI+ communities from South Africa, Brazil, India, Israel, Morocco, Peru and Turkey.

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Presentation

The colloquium PRALASE ”Secret” Language Practices: gender, sexuality, race, language aims at discussing intersectional language-based researches focusing on “secret” language practices from the main perspectives of queer linguistics and raciolinguistics.

PRALASE will focus on language practices emerging out of linguistic ressources and linguistic repertoires of individuals and communities falling outside the scope of cisgender heteronormative models about gender and sexuality, but also outside of Eurocentric perspectives on race. 

PRALASE will offer a space to discuss “secret” language practices of LGBTQI+ communities from South Africa, Brazil, India, Israel, Morocco, Peru and Turkey. The colloquium “Secret” Language Practices: gender, sexuality, race, language will be held in Paris (Maison de la recherche de l’INALCO, 2 rue de Lille) on March 16th and 17th 2023. 

The colloquium will be accessible in-person or online. The first day, March 16th 2023, will be dedicated to presentations from invited researchers (Stephanie Rudwick, Thabo Msibi, Luis Miguel Rojas-Berscia, Erez Levon, Kira Hall). The second day, March 17th 2023, will be dedicated to the PRALASE Young Researchers Roundtable

The colloquium will be held in English. 

To learn more about the colloquium, how to attend and what to expect from it, please visit the website: https://pralase.hypotheses.org/.

Programme

2023, March 16

Journée consacrée aux chercheur-es invité-es 

09h30 – Accueil

  • 10h – Mot d’introduction
  • 10h15 — Présentation de Thabo Msibi (University of KwaZulu-Natal) & Stephanie Rudwick (University of Hradec Králové)
  • 11h45 – Discussion

12h15 — Buffet déjeunatoire

14h15 —Présentation de Luis Miguel Rojas-Berscia (Radboud Universiteit)

  • 15h — Discussion
  • 15h15 –Présentation d'Erez Levon (University of Bern)
  • 16h — Discussion

16h15 – Pause

  • 16h45 –Présentation (à distance) de Kira Hall (University of Colorado-Boulder)
  • 17h30 – Discussion
  • 17h45 – Conclusion de la journée

18h — Fin de la première journée

2023, March 17

Table ronde des jeunes chercheur-es

avec la participation de Guina Hildebrand Probst (INALCO), Gizem Bilal (EHESS), Tasneem Plato (Stellenbosch University), Massinissa Garaoun (EPHE)

  • 09h — Accueil
  • 09h20 – Mot d’introduction

09h30 – Table ronde, partie 1 : présentations des pratiques langagières étudiées

10h30 – Pause

11h — Table ronde, partie 2 : discussion collective

  • 12h15 – Mot de clôture
  • 12h30 – Buffet déjeunatoire

13h30 – Fin des journées d’études PRALASE

Places

  • Auditorium - 2 rue de Lille
    Paris, France (75007)

Event attendance modalities

Hybrid event (on site and online)


Date(s)

  • Thursday, March 16, 2023
  • Friday, March 17, 2023

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Keywords

  • sociolinguistique, pratique langagière, LGBTQI+

Contact(s)

  • Hermelind Le Doeuff
    courriel : hermelind [dot] le-doeuff [at] sorbonne-nouvelle [dot] fr
  • Guina Hildebrand Probst
    courriel : guina [dot] hildebrandprobst [at] inalco [dot] fr

Information source

  • Hermelind Le Doeuff
    courriel : hermelind [dot] le-doeuff [at] sorbonne-nouvelle [dot] fr

License

CC0-1.0 This announcement is licensed under the terms of Creative Commons CC0 1.0 Universal.

To cite this announcement

« “Secret” Language Practices: Gender, Sexuality, Race, Language », Study days, Calenda, Published on Tuesday, February 21, 2023, https://doi.org/10.58079/1alr

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