Georgetown University Round Table: GURT 2020 Conference

Multilingualism: Global South and Global North Perspectives The world has always been predominantly multilingual, but in recent decades globalization and the attendant processes of mobility and technologization have catapulted multilingualism into unprecedented levels of public and academic attention. Benefits of multilingualism are actively investigated across neurocognitive, academic, economic, and social domains. At the same time, misunderstanding and mismanagement of multilingualism have also been shown by research to curtail the educational, socioeconomic, and personal opportunities of multilingual individuals, families, and communities. Today‚Äôs multilingualism can be the site for overt and covert oppression, a lived experience that is a gift for some […]