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When the Latin written culture was introduced in Scandinavia, it encountered an old native tradition based on the local vernacular and the runic script.
Lecture by Tommaso Milani, professor of multilingualism at the University of Gothenburg
Lecture by Erika Mihálycsa (Babeș-Bolyai University, Cluj)
We plan to investigate the diachronic and synchronic dimensions of multilingualism in Habsburg Central Europe and its links to the everyday experience, perceptions and cultural expressions of multilingualism among diasporic communities from Central Europe now living in Scandinavia.
PhD fellow Yeșim Sevinç at MultiLing will give a lecture at the Forum for clinical linguistics and language acquisition on the 12th of November. The title of her talk is: "Language anxiety across generations, across disciplines: Implications for the relation between bilingual speech, anxiety and physiology".
This interdisciplinary thematic area studies how ideas, values, genres, literary and rhetoric forms travel over cultural and linguistic borders in translation.