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  Accueil > Annuaire > Haley De Korne
Haley DE KORNE

Docteur en Educational Linguistics, University of Pennsylvania contact
chercheuse associée Recovering Voices Initiative, Department of Anthropology, Smithsonian Institute (États-Unis)
 

Auparavant : Fulbright fellow Université du Luxembourg (2009-2010);
MA Applied Linguistics, University of Victoria (Canada) (2009);
BA Anthropology, Linguistics, Human Geography, Durham University (UK) (2005)

haley Thèmes de recherche • Didactique, politiques, et discours en relation des langues minorisées
• Diversité linguistique (hétéroglossie) interpersonnel, social, et dans l'éducation
• Ethnographie de la communication, sociolinguistique interactionnelle, analyse des discours
• Langues autochtones du Mexique
• Diidxazá (Zapotèque de l'isthme) (langue autochtone otomangue du Mexique) -
• Anishinaabemowin (Ojibwe) (langue autochtone algonquin des États-Unis et Canada)
• Méthodologies collaboratives et de la investigation-action dans la documentation des langues minorisées
Programmes de recherche Opérations de recherche au Lacito :
Métaphore(s) L'énonciation métaphorique en situation
Mots-clés langues minorisées et autochtones - politiques linguistiques et éducatives - ethnographie - sociolinguistique - ethnolinguistique - Mexique
Publications majeures nouveau— Lane, P., Costa, J., & De Korne, H. (Eds.). (2017). Standardizing Minority Languages: Competing Ideologies of Authority and Authenticity in the Global Periphery. London: Routledge. [open access] (présenté ici)
— Hornberger, N. H., De Korne, H. & Weinberg, M. (2016). Ways of talking (and acting) about language reclamation: An ethnographic perspective on learning Lenape in Pennsylvania. Journal of Language, Identity and Education, 15(1), pp. 44-58.
— Weinberg, M. & De Korne, H. (2015). Who can speak Lenape in Pennsylvania? Authentication and language learning in an endangered language community of practice. Language and Communication, 47, pp. 124-134.
— (2013). Allocating authority and policing competency: Indigenous language teacher certification in the United States. Working Papers in Educational Linguistics, 28(1), 23-41.
— (2012). Towards new ideologies and pedagogies of multilingualism: Innovations in interdisciplinary education in Luxembourg. Language and Education, 46(6), 479-500.
— (2012). Improving language policy and planning through evaluation: Approaches to evaluating minority language policies. Working Papers in Educational Linguistics, 27(2),38-55.
— (2010). Indigenous language education policy: Supporting community-controlled immersion in Canada and the US. Language Policy, 9(2), 115-141.
— De Korne, H. & the Burt Lake Band of Ottawa & Chippewa Indians. (2009). The pedagogical potential of multimedia dictionaries: Lessons from a community dictionary project. In Reyhner, J. & L. Lockard (Eds.), Indigenous Language Revitalization (pp. 141-153). Flagstaff: Northern Arizona U.
— De Korne, H., Byram, M. & Fleming, M. (2007). Familiarising the stranger: Immigrant perceptions of cross-cultural interaction and bicultural identity. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, 28(4), 290-307.
Communications récentes ou à venir — Thèse doctoral : Imagining Convivial Multilingualism: Practices, Ideologies and Strategies in Diidxazá/ Isthmus Zapotec Indigenous Language Education (2016, University of Pennsylvania)
— De Korne, H. & Leonard, W. Y. (in press, 2016). Reclaiming languages: Contesting and decolonizing 'Language Endangerment' from the ground up. Introduction to Special Issue of Language Documentation and Description, guest edited by De Korne, H. & W. Y. Leonard
— De Korne, H. (in press, 2016). The multilingual realities of language reclamation: Working with language contact, diversity, and change in endangered language education. Special Issue of Language Documentation and Description, guest edited by De Korne, H. & W. Y. Leonard
— De Korne, H. & Hornberger, N. H. (in press, 2016). Countering unequal multilingualism through ethnographic monitoring. In Martin-Jones, M. & D. Martin (Eds.), Researching Multilingualism: Critical and Ethnographic Approaches. London: Routledge
— De Korne, H. (in prep) "A treasure" and "a legacy": Individual and communal (re)valuing of Isthmus Zapotec in multilingual Mexico. In Del Percio, A. & M.-C. Flubacher (Eds), Language, Education, and Social Change: A Critical View on Neoliberalism. Bristol, UK: Multilingual Matters
— De Korne, H. (in prep) "That's too much to learn": Negotiating longevity and urgency in Isthmus Zapotec writing standardisation. In Lane, P. & J. Costa (Eds), Standardizing Minority Languages: Competing Ideologies of Authority and Authenticity in the Global Periphery. London: Routledge

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