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Multilingualizing Compulsory Education in the Age of Neoliberalism: Issues, Processes and Inequalities (MUCEAN), UAB, 22-23 Nov 2018
Sala de Graus, Facultat de Filosofia i Lletres 

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Curso de Verano 2017: ‘CLIL en la Educación Multilingüe: De la Práctica a la Reflexión’. Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha. 6-7 de junio, 2017. Dirección: Ana M. Relaño (Jean Monnet: 562068-EPP-1-2015-1-ES-EPPJMO-MODULE)


First Intensive Training: CLIL, European and Indian Societies
Faculty of Humanities | Universidad de Castilla La Mancha. Ciudad Real, Spain. 30th January – 3rd February 2017
Co-organised by Ana M. Relaño, Helena Aikin and Alicia Fernández

Reading Group APINGLO-CLM: Language and Neoliberalism . Every Wednesday (Oct 13 – Dec 15, 2016). Facultad de Letras, Ciudad Real. In this seminar, we discussed key readings on language and neoliberalism, such as Holborow (2015).


APINGLO-CLM Data Analysis Seminar, hosted by David Poveda. UAM. July 18, 2016. 

Curso de Verano 2016. ‘Políticas lingüísticas y diálogo intercultural para una Europa Multilingüe’. Seminario: Educando en el Multilingüismo (2 hrs), impartido por Ana M. Relaño Pastor. Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha. 6-7 de junio, 2016. Organizado por Javier Díaz Vera y Ana M. Relaño Pastor dentro del Proyecto Jean Monnet: 562068-EPP-1-2015-1-ES-EPPJMO-MODULE.

Seminar´Indexicality of Language in Linguistic Ethnography: A Trajectory-Based Analysis impartido por Dr. Miguel Pérez Milans,, Centre for Applied Linguistics, Department of Culture, Communication and Media. UCL Institute of Education, University College London. April 25, 2016. Organised by APINGLO-CLM

Reading Group APINGLO-CLM: Linguistic Ethnography and MultilingualismEvery Wednesday (Feb 10 – May 4, 2016). Facultad de Letras, Ciudad Real

Invited Seminar: Research Methods in Language Education: Ethnographic Perspectives. University of Luxemburgh. March 8-9, 2016. Ana María Relaño-Pastor and Eva Codó from APINGLO-CAT will be giving a seminar in which they will discuss the different ethnographic perspectives adopted in three of the most influential paradigms in language education research, namely, Linguistic Ethnography (LE) (Rampton, Maybin & Roberts, 2014), Linguistic Anthropology of Education (LAE) (Wortham & Rymes, 2003) and Language Socialization (LS) (Duranti, Ochs & Schieffelin, 2012).

Visiting Fellowship: Ana M. Relaño has been a Visiting Fellow at the CENTRE FOR GLOBALISATION EDUCATION & SOCIAL FUTURES, (Deputy Director, Frances Giampapa) at the Graduate School of Education, University of Bristol, U.K. September-December 2015. She delivered the talk, “De piojos a pijos”: Narrative circularity, disputed transformations, and bilingual appropriations at a public school ‘somewhere in La Mancha’, as part of the GSEF-Multilingualism Seminar Series.

July 2015. Reflexividad, desigualdad y juventud en la modernidad tardía: el caso de Hong Kong. Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Spain. Participating team member: Miguel Pérez-Milans

June 2015. SHORT TERM SCIENTIFIC MISSION, IS1306 COST NETWORK, Centro de Estudos Sociais, Universidade de Coimbra, Portugal (17-26/06/2015). Participating team member: Alicia Fernández Barrera

April 2015. Language-in-education policy, ethnicity and voice. University of Nottingham Ningbo, China. Participating team member: Miguel Pérez-Milans

March 2015. Ethnicity, social class and identity: discourses of pedagogy in a Hong Kong Multilingual School. Language Policy and Practice Research Seminar. The University of Hong Kong. Participating team member: Miguel Pérez-Milans

January 2015. Critique, education and linguistic ethnography. Institute of Linguistics, Shanghai International Studies University, China. Participating team member: Miguel Pérez-Milans

January 2015. Spoken discourse analysis under conditions of late modernity”. Institute of Linguistics, Shanghai International Studies University, China. Participating team member: Miguel Pérez-Milans