Haley De Korne

Post-doctoral 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

Courses taught

  • 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)

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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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 9781138125124.  1.

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  • Lane, Pia; Costa, James & De Korne, Haley Jean (ed.) (2017). Standardizing minority languages: Competing ideologies of authority and authenticity in the global periphery. Routledge.  ISBN 9781138125124.  264 s.

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  • De Korne, Haley (2017). Power Dynamics and (In)Equalities in Plurilingual Education Projects (Panel).
  • 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 9781138125124.  Chapter.
  • 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.
  • 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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