Conference program

9.15     Registration with coffee, tea and vlaai.
9.50     Welcome and introduction by Leonie Cornips.

10.00   Massimiliano Spotti, Tilburg UniversityCharming as they may be, those languages are no language really: An ethnographic enquiry into mismatching expectations about language in a Dutch as L2 classroom 
10.30   Sue Goossens, Université Libre de Bruxelles – Embracing multilingualism, facing new dilemmas: Linguistic friction at a self-declared multilingual school
11.00   Jürgen Jaspers, Université Libre de Bruxelles – Chronic ambivalence in class: managing ideological dilemmas in monolingual schools populated by multilingual pupils
11.30   Romy Roumans, Meertens Instituut – Speech accommodation of Ripuarian dialect speaking people: How, when and why?

12.00   Pitch presentations of posters, lunch (included in registration fee) and poster sessions.

13.30   Simanique Moody, Leiden University – Language contact outcomes in Sierra Leonean and Somali Communities in the Netherlands
14.00   Maria van de Groep and Stefan Grondelaers, Radboud University Nijmegen – Not (only) uneducated, let alone (only) Southern: Exploring syntactic variation in Dutch goal constructions
14.30   Dion van der Looij & Roeland van Hout, Radboud University Nijmegen – The sociolinguistic situation of Weert
15.00   Janet Fuller, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen –Discourses of Belonging in Contemporary Germany

15.30   Second poster session with coffee and tea

16.00   Andreas Krogull, Bob Schoemaker, Gijsbert Rutten, Universiteit Leiden –  Implementation and acceptance of Dutch as a national language (1750-1850)
16.30   Lisa Hilte, Reinhild Vandekerckhove, Walter Daelemans, University of Antwerp – Modeling adolescents’ online writing practices: The operationalization of non-standard writing on social media

17.00   Conference closing and drinks at Café de Poort