Programme day 2 and 3

Below is the programme for the second and third day of the workshop (June 18-19), taking place in the 12th floor of Niels Treschows hus (joint sessions and parallel B) and MultiLing's meeting room (parallel A). Registration is now closed.

Programme for day 1

The programme is subject to change. Titles for presentations in parallel sessions will be completed shortly.


General session Tuesday morning (9:30–12:30)

  • Valantis Fyndanis & Sarah Cameron: Cognitive testing: When is it non-verbal?
  • Ewa Haman, Magdalena Łuniewska, Karolina Mieszkowska, Pernille Hansen & Hanne Gram Simonsen: Between universal and language-/culture-specific illustrations of nouns and verbs: The story of the CLT picture base
  • Lotte Thomsen [cancelled]Preverbal infants map relative body and coalition size, as well as vertical position, to social dominance
  • Brigitta Busch: Expressing the unspeakable: Multimodal creative writing as a way to articulate emotion and experience
  • Gail Prasad: Research Multilingualism Creatively: Arts-based approaches to researching children’s lived experiences of multilingualism

Shared lunch (12:30–14:00)

Parallel session Tuesday afternoon (14:00–18:00)

Coffee break at 16:00

Parallel A

Topics: Picture-based language assessment and experiments; Perception of and reaction to visual input

  • Hanna Solberg AndresenChildren, visual stimuli and the question of reliability
  • Eva Soroli: Modological aspects in investigating the relationship between language and thought from a cross-linguistic perspective
  • Mira GoralMonica Norvik: Picture-based language assessment in multilingual aphasia
  • Unn RøynelandSounding local, looking foreign: A visual-verbal guise experiment on attitudes towards different combinations of faces and voices
  • Lotte Thomsen [cancelled]: Return the Favor: Preverbal infants represent direct reciprocity
  • Liquan Liu: Perception after conception: How do babies perceive linguistic and emotional cues on faces?

Parallel B

Topics: Temporality and the visual; Video and film making

  • Anne Pitkänen-Huhta: Envisioning the future by visual means
  • Maartje De Meulder: Using language portraits and language diaries in research on language use and language choice
  • Judith Purkarthofer: Looking back and moving forward: Temporality through visual methods
  • Annelies Kusters: Using participatory video to explore the experience of translanguaging
  • Olga Solovova: The four lenses of biographical workshops: Constructing a collaborative research with/through video camera
  • Jessica Pedersen Belisle Hansen: Producing and preserving: Reflections on video-recordings as data


Tour: MultiLing's Socio-Cognitive Laboratory (9:30-10:00)

by Minna Lehtonen, Hanna Solberg Andresen & Pernille Hansen

Parallel session Wednesday morning (10:15–13:00)

Parallel A

Topic: The development of picture-based language assessment tools

  • Magdalena Łuniewska, Karolina Mieszkowska, Filip Smolik, Ali Talebi & Ewa HamanEstimating suitability of target words in picture vocabulary tasks: examples from designing Cross-linguistic Lexical Tasks CLT in Czech and Persian
  • Frenette SouthwoodChild language assessment in isiXhosa: What can we learn from the LITMUS-CLT and the preliminary CDI?
  • Jelena Kuvac Kraljevic & Ana MaticPictures as elicitation materials: their relevance and challenges during the process of test development
  • Ingvild Røste, Hanne Gram Simonsen, Monica Norvik & Nina HøegBack to the drawing board: Development of picture stimuli for the Norwegian version of the Comprehensive Aphasia Test
  • Anne Marie Dalby Landmark & Pernille Hansen: Picture-based language assessment as interaction: Some reflections from an interdiciplinary study of multilingual dementia

Parallel B

Topics: Visualizing family and family ties; Didactics and visuals

  • Joanna Kędra: Mapping family communication practices: The limits of creativity in visual elicitation interviews
  • Maria Obojska: “But you cannot draw a language” – experiences in using language portraits in interviews with transnational families
  • Dana Engel & Joanna Barrett: Unlocking linguistic repertoires in the multilingual language village
  • Nayr Ibrahim: Expanding multilingual children’s discursive repertoires: ethical and methodological considerations of an artefactual approach
  • Haley De Korne: Mapping regional language ecologies as a tool for critical language awareness

Shared lunch (13:00–14:00)

General session Wednesday afternoon (14:00–16:30)

  • Summary of each parallel
  • General discussion with discussants Ana Deumert and Mira Goral
Published May 21, 2019 5:12 PM - Last modified Aug. 27, 2019 12:17 PM