Guest Lectures and Events As a temporary, Covid-19 related measure, MA students are allowed to count online lectures towards their guest lecture attendance credit. As an additional requirement, students are asked to submit a one-page summary of the lecture, including the main arguments and key concepts covered. For guest lectures in person, the signed form suffices. Autumn 2021 29. September: Dr. Sabine Christopher: "A language vitality approach to a 'luxury' minority." 06. October: Prof. Joan Pujolar Cos: "The linguistic subject: Sociolinguistic subalternity in intersectionality debates." 12. October: Prof. Dr. Janet Catherine Berlo: “Not Native American Art? Forgeries, Copies, Replicas and Other Vexed Identities” 13. October: Dr. Julia Snell: "Beliefs about language, classroom interaction and inequality in schools." 18. October: Prof. Gilles Baro: “Language and Gentrification: Methodology and Critique." 20. October: Dr. Maria Rosa Garrido Sardà: "Multilingualism, access and participation in a social movement against injustice." 27. October: Dr. Katrijn Maryns: "Mediated discourse in asylum and migration encounters: Language as a vulnerable resource when issues of deservingness are at stake." 28. October: Dr. Rafael Lomeu Gomes: "'How do you say it in Portuguese?': Parent-child language negotiation in a multilingual family." 28. October: Prof. Britta Schneider: "It's the Economy, Stupid – Economic Structures and Work Life as conditioning Language Choices in a Post-National World." 01. November: Prof. Dr. Philipp Schweighauser: "Living in the Woods: Henry David Thoreau's 'Resistance to Civil Government' and Walden." 03. November: Prof. Natalie Schilling: "Forensic linguistics: Working with legal professionals, law enforcement, incarcerated persons and others to promote legal justice." 03. November: Prof. Jessica Grieser: "What We Talk About When We Talk About Gentrification." 04. November: Prof. Helen Kelly-Holmes: "Multilingualism as/and Marketing in Global Contexts." 10. November: Prof. Sabine Sczesny: "The impact of gendered language on cognition." 17. November: Prof. Sari Pietikäinen: "Disturbing boundaries: Powers of assemblage." 24. November: Prof. Rickard Jonsson: "Humor, affect and social order: On the interactional intricacies of podcast rape humor." 01 December: Prof. Christopher Stroud: "Talk beyond social justice: Linguistic citizenship in 'care', 'hope' and 'love'." 07 December: Prof. Nancy Henry: "Elizabeth Gaskell's Global Economies" 08. December: Prof. Alexandre Duchêne: "Discomfort: Social justice in sociolinguistics and its shortcomings."