Haley De Korne

Postdoctoral Fellow

Academic interests

Minoritised languages in education; Multilingual education policy and pedagogy; Language politics; Indigenous language reclamation; Isthmus Zapotec (Mexico); Anishinaabemowin (US & Canada); Action-research; Critical ethnography

Background

PhD Educational Linguistics, 2016, University of Pennsylvania, USA

MA Applied Linguistics, 2009, University of Victoria, Canada

BA Hons Combined Social Sciences, 2005, Durham University, UK

 

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Courses taught

  • Critical language evaluation (Autonomous Benito Juarez University of Oaxaca, Mexico)
  • Sociolinguistics in Education (University of Pennsylvania, USA)
  • Multilingualism & Interculturalism (Autonomous Benito Juarez University of Oaxaca, Mexico)
  • Sociolinguistics & Curriculum Design (Autonomous Benito Juarez University of Oaxaca, Mexico)
  • Critique of Language and Education Policies (Autonomous Benito Juarez University of Oaxaca, Mexico)
  • Performance, Presentation, and Communication (University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg)

 

 

Tags: Sociolinguistics, Language Policy and Planning, Multilingual Education, Language Pedagogy, Critical Language Awareness, Language endangerment, Mexico (Latin America), Critical Discourse Analysis, Action Research, Ethnography

Publications

  • Costa, James; De Korne, Haley Jean & Lane, Pia (2017). Standardising Minority Languages: Reinventing Peripheral Languages in the 21st Century, In Pia Lane; James Costa & Haley Jean De Korne (ed.),  Standardizing minority languages: Competing ideologies of authority and authenticity in the global periphery.  Routledge.  ISBN 978-1-315-64772-2.  1.  s 1 - 23
  • De Korne, Haley (2017). 'A Treasure' and 'A Legacy': Individual and Communal (Re)valuing of Isthmus Zapotec in Multilingual Mexico, In Mi-Cha Flubacher & Alfonso Del Perico (ed.),  Language, Education and Neoliberalism: Critical Studies in Sociolinguistics.  Multilingual Matters.  ISBN 978-1-78309-868-2.  Chapter 3.  s 37 - 61
  • De Korne, Haley (2017). 'That's too much to learn': Writing, longevity and urgency in the Isthmus Zapotec speech community, In Pia Lane; James Costa & Haley Jean De Korne (ed.),  Standardizing minority languages: Competing ideologies of authority and authenticity in the global periphery.  Routledge.  ISBN 978-1-315-64772-2.  Chapter.
  • De Korne, Haley (2017). The multilingual realities of language reclamation: Working with language contact, diversity, and change in endangered language education. Language Documentation and Description.  ISSN 1740-6234.  14, s 111- 135 Full text in Research Archive.
  • De Korne, Haley & Hornberger, Nancy H. (2017). Countering unequal multilingualism through ethnographic monitoring, In Marilyn Martin-Jones & Deirdre Martin (ed.),  Researching Multilingualism: Critical and ethnographic perspectives.  Routledge.  ISBN 978-0-415-74842-1.  Chapter.

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  • De Korne, Haley (2017). Imperfect tense, by Melissa Cahnmann-Taylor. Language and Education.  ISSN 0950-0782.  31(2), s 186- 189
  • De Korne, Haley (2017). Power Dynamics and (In)Equalities in Plurilingual Education Projects (Panel).
  • De Korne, Haley & Leonard, Wesley Y. (2017). Reclaiming languages: Contesting and decolonising ‘language endangerment’ from the ground up. Language Documentation and Description.  ISSN 1740-6234.  14, s 5- 14
  • De Korne, Haley & Purkarthofer, Judith (2017). Language use for social change? Drawings as a means to understand languages in social space.
  • De Korne, Haley; Rios Rios, Kiara & López Gopar, Mario (2017). Zapotequización: Creating Ideological and Implementational Spaces to Teach and Learn Diidxazá in Higher Education.
  • De Korne, Haley Jean (2016). Comment « parler bien » en Zapotèque de l'Isthme?Prescriptivisme linguistique et l'adaptation des normes culturelles.
  • De Korne, Haley Jean (2016). "Diidxazá do'" and "Zapochueco": Negotiations of pluralism and prescriptivism in Isthmus Zapotec communication.
  • De Korne, Haley Jean (2016). “Don’t worry about correct and incorrect” – addressing the insecurities and inequalities experienced by minority language learners.

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Published June 8, 2016 9:47 AM - Last modified Nov. 16, 2017 11:55 AM