Elizabeth Lanza

Professor Emerita of Linguistics
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Elizabeth Lanza is Professor Emerita of Linguistics at the University of Oslo and former Director of the Center for Multilingualism in Society across the Lifespan (MultiLing) from its establishment in 2013 until her retirement at the end of 2021.

Teaching and tutoring

Bilingualism/ Multilingualism, Sociolinguistics, Discourse analysis and interactional analysis, Linguistic Landscape, and Research methodology

Background

Elizabeth Lanza is Professor Emerita of Linguistics at the University of Oslo. From June 1, 2013 until her retirement on December 31, 2021, she was the Director of the Center for Multilingualism in Society across the Lifespan (MultiLing) (opened 2013), funded by the Research Council of Norway's Centre of Excellence scheme. For the period of January 2007 to March 2008, she was appointed Director of the French – Norwegian Centre for Research Collaboration in the Social Sciences and Humanities/Centre franco-norvégien en sciences sociales et humaines in Paris. Lanza is an elected member of the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters.

Lanza received her PhD in Linguistics from Georgetown University in 1990 with a specialization in sociolinguistics. Her main field of interest and research is bilingualism/multilingualism. Her work is mainly sociolinguistically oriented, drawing specifically on perspectives from discourse analysis/conversation analysis.

She is on the Editorial Board of the journals International Journal of Bilingualism, Bilingualism: Language and Cognition, Linguistic Landscape, Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, Journal of Multilingual Theories and Practices, Multilingual Margins and Journal of Postcolonial Linguistics. She is also on the editorial board of the online Journal of Home Language Research and the fully open access book series Current Issues in Bilingualism. Lanza was also on the board of the former book series IMPACT: Studies in Language and Society (John Benjamins).

Lanza is a member of: Scientific Committee of the Centre for Multilingualism and Diversities Research at the University of the Western Cape, South Africa; External Advisory Board of the Center for Multilingual and Intercultural Communication at Stony Brook University, USA; and Advisory Board of the AHRC funded (OWRI Open World Research Initiative) research project Language and Community in a Globalising World, Manchester University, UK (2016 - 2019). She was in the Steering Group of the 4-year (2014 - 2018) AHRC funded research project Translation and Translanguaging: Investigating Linguistic and Cultural Transformations in Superdiverse Wards in Four UK Cities; Advisory Committee for the British Academy funded Special Research Project on the Cognitive Benefits of Language Learning, University College London, UK (2016 - 2017); . She was also on the advisory board for a nationally funded research project on sociolinguistic variation in cities, including multilingualism (UPUS).

Lanza was the leader of the local organizing committee for the International Symposium on Bilingualism 8 ISB8 held in Oslo on June 15 - 18, 2011. At ISB8 she was elected Chair of the International Steering Committee of ISB for a four-year period (2011 - 2015). During her tenure as Chair, ISB9 was held in Singapore in June 2013 and ISB10 was held in New Jersey, USA in May 2015.

Ongoing research at MultiLing

Lanza’s most recent work focuses on issues of language, culture and identity in multilinguals, with a particular focus on family language policy and language socialization. She is the leader of the research project MultiFam: Family language policy in multilingual transcultural families, funded by the Research Council of Norway (2015 - 2018). She was the leader of the interdisciplinary project Language, Culture and Identity in Migrant Narratives, also funded by the Research Council of Norway (2008 - 2013). She was a member of the NordForsk funded research network Identities in Motion: Multilingualism, Multiculturalism and Mobility - the 3M network, and served on the Steering Committee as Associate Director of the network (2009 - 2011). 

Lanza's research also encompasses language policy more generally. She was involved in a project on multilingualism in Ethiopia, funded by the Norwegian Council for Higher Education's Programme for Development Research and Education, in collaboration with Addis Ababa University. She continues to work on sociolinguistic issues in Ethiopia, particularly on the linguistic landscape and language ideologies.

Tags: Multilingualism, Migration, Language Socialization, Family Language Policy, Language Ideologies, Linguistic Landscapes, Interactional Sociolinguistics, Discourse Analysis

Publications

Books

Special issues edited

Articles (selection)

  • 2021. Elizabeth Lanza. The family as a space: Multilingual repertoires, language practices and lived experiences. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, Vol. 42 (8). (Open Access)
  • 2021. Judith Purkarthofer, Elizabeth Lanza & Mina Finstad Berg. Discourses between the public and the private: Transnational families at the crossroads. Applied Linguistics. (Open Access)
  • 2020. Unn Røyneland & Elizabeth Lanza. Dialect diversity and migration: Disturbances and dilemmas, perspectives from Norway. In Stanley D. Brunn & Roland Kehrein (eds.), Handbook of the Changing World Language Map. Springer. 
  • 2020. Elizabeth Lanza & Rafael Lomeu Gomes. Family language policy. Foundations, theoretical perspectives and critical approaches. In Andrea C. Schalley & Susana Eisenchlas (eds.), Handbook of Home Language Maintenance and Development. Social and Affective Factors. Mouton de Gruyter, 153 - 173. 
  • 2020. Elizabeth Lanza. Digital storytelling: Multilingual parents' blogs and vlogs as narratives of family language policy. In Guri Bordal Steien & Lars Anders Kulbrandstad (eds.), Språkreiser. Festskrift til Anne Golden. Novus forlag.  Download here.
  • 2020. Elizabeth Lanza. Urban multilingualism and family language policy. In Giuditta Caliendo, Rudi Janssens, Stef Slembrouck & Piet Van Avermaet (eds.), Urban Multilingualism in Europe: Bridging the Gap between Language Policies and Language Practices.  Mouton de Gruyter, 121 – 139.
  • 2019. Elizabeth Lanza & Kristin Vold Lexander. Family language practices in multilingual transcultural families. In Simona Montanari & Suzanne Quay (eds.),  Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Multilingualism: The Fundamentals.  Mouton de Gruyter. 
  • 2019. Guro Nore Fløgstad & Elizabeth Lanza. Language contact across the lifespan. In Jeroen Darquennes, Joseph C. Salmons & Wim Vandenbussche (Eds.), Language Contact – An International Handbook.  Mouton de Gruyter, 172 - 184.

  • 2019. Anne Golden & Elizabeth Lanza. Language learning and literacy: The multilingual subject in narratives of older immigrant refugee women. In Sangeeta Bagga-Gupta, Anne Golden, Lars Holm, Helle Pia Laursen & Anne Pitkanen-huhta (Eds.), Reconceptualizing Connections between Language, Literacy and Learning.  Springer Nature, 253 - 27.

  • 2018. Xiao Lan Curdt-Christiansen & Elizabeth LanzaLanguage management in multilingual families: Efforts, measures and challenges. Multilingua 37(2): 123 - 130.
  • 2017. Elizabeth Lanza & Hirut Woldemariam. Linguistic Landscape of Ethiopia. In M. Aronoff (Ed.), Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Linguistics. New York, NY: Oxford University Press. doi:10.1093/acrefore/9780199384655.013.230.
  • 2016. Williams, Quentin E. & Elizabeth Lanza. The visualisation of multilingualism and voice in spaces of consumption: Linguistic landscaping in a South African urban space. In Negotiating and Contesting Identities in Linguistic Landscapes. Edited by Robert Blackwell, Elizabeth Lanza & Hirut Woldemariam (Eds.). Bloomsbury Academic.
  • 2015. Anne Golden & Elizabeth Lanza. Coon Valley Norwegians Meet Norwegians from Norway: Language, Culture and Identity among Heritage Language Speakers in the U. S. In Germanic Heritage Languages in North America: Acquisition, Attrition and Change. Edited by Janne Bondi Johannessen & Joseph Salmons (Eds.). John Benjamins.
  • 2015. Hirut Woldemariam & Elizabeth Lanza. Imagined community: The linguistic landscape in a diaspora. Linguistic Landscape 1:1/2: 166–184.
  • 2014. Elizabeth Lanza & Hirut Woldemariam. Multilingualism and local literacy practices in Ethiopia: Language contact in regulated and unregulated spaces. Multilingual Margins, 1(1): 55 - 74. University of the Western Cape, South Africa. Invited to contribute to launch issue. Downloadable: DOI: https://doi.org/10.14426/mm.v1i1.22
  • 2014. Elizabeth Lanza & Hirut Woldemariam. English in Ethiopia: Making Space for the Individual in Language Policy. In Challenges for Language Education and Policy. Making Space for People. Edited by Bernard Spolsky, Ofra Inbar-Lorie and Michal Tannenbaum. Routledge.
  • 2014. Hirut Woldemariam & Elizabeth Lanza. Language contact, agency and power in the linguistic landscape of two regional capitals in Ethiopia. International Journal of the Sociology of Language, 228: 79 - 103. Special Issue on “Signs in Context: Multilingual Texts in Semiotic Space".
  • 2013/2014. Elizabeth Lanza & Hirut Woldemariam. Indexing modernity: English and branding in the linguistic landscape of an African capital. International Journal of Bilingualism, Vol 18, Issue 5: 491-506, 2014. First published as Online First in May 2013. Special issue on "Mobility and Linguistic Landscape".
  • 2013. Anne Golden & Elizabeth Lanza.  Metaphors of culture: Identity construction in migrants' narrative discourse. Intercultural Pragmatics 2: 295 - 314. Special issue: "Metaphor and Culture: A Relationship at a Crossroads?"
  • 2012. Hirut Woldemariam & Elizabeth Lanza. Religious wars in the linguistic landscape. In Linguistic Landscapes, Multilingualism and Social Change. Edited by C.Hélot, M. Barni, R. Janssens & C. Bagna. Peter Lang Vorlag.
  • 2012. Anne Golden & Elizabeth Lanza. Narratives on literacy: Adult migrants' identity construction in interaction. In Literacy Practices in Transition: Perspectives from the Nordic Countries. Edited by Lars Holm & Anne Pitkänen-Huhta. Multilingual Matters.
  • 2012. Elizabeth Lanza. Empowering a migrant identity: Agency in narratives of a work experience in Norway. Sociolinguistic Studies. Special issue on "Agency and Power in Multilingual Practices", Vol. 6(2): 285 - 307.
  • 2008. Elizabeth Lanza & Hirut Woldemariam. Language ideology and linguistic landscape: Language policy and globalization in a regional capital of Ethiopia. In Linguistic Landscape. Expanding the Scenery . Edited by Elana Shohamy and Durk Gurter, 189 - 205. Routledge.
  • 2008. Elizabeth Lanza. Selecting individuals, groups and sites. In Li Wei and M. Moyer (eds.), The Blackwell Guide to Research Methods in Bilingualism and Multilingualism. Oxford: Blackwell. (Winner of the BAAL Book Prize 2009)
  • 2007. Elizabeth Lanza & Bente Ailin Svendsen. Tell me who your friends are and I might be able to tell you what language(s) you speak: Social network analysis, multilingualism and identity. International Journal of Bilingualism, Volume 11( 3): 275-300.
  • 2007. Elizabeth Lanza. Multilingualism and the family. In Li Wei and P. Auer (eds.), Handbook of Multilingualism and Multilingual Communication. Berlin: Mouton de Gruyter.
  • 2004. Elizabeth Lanza. Language socialization of infant bilingual children in the family: Quo vadis? In X. Rodríguez-Yáñez, A. Suárez and F. Ramallo (red.), Bilingualism and Education from the Family to the School. Munich: Lincom Europa, 21 - 39.
  • 2001. Elizabeth Lanza. Bilingual first language acquisition: A discourse perspective on language contact in parent - child interactions. In J. Cenoz and F. Genesee (eds.),Trends in Bilingual Acquisition. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 201 - 229.
  • 2001. Elizabeth Lanza. Temporality and language contact in narratives by children acquiring Norwegian and English simultaneously. In L. Verhoeven and S. Strömqvist (eds.), Narrative Development in a Multilingual Context. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 15 - 50.
  • 2000. Elizabeth Lanza. Concluding remarks: Language contact - a dilemma for the bilingual child or for the linguist? In S. Döpke (ed.), Cross-Linguistic Structures in Simultaneous Bilingualism. Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 227 - 245.
  • 1999. Anne Hvenekilde & Elizabeth Lanza. Linguistic variation in two 18th century Lutheran creole primers from the Danish West Indies. In B. Brendemoen, E. Lanza & E. Ryen (eds.), Language Encounters Across Time and Space. Studies in Language Contact. Oslo: Novus forlag, 271 - 292.
  • 1999. Elizabeth Lanza. Raising children bilingually in Norway. International Journal of the Sociology of Language, 133: 73 - 88.
  • 1997. Elizabeth Lanza. Language contact in bilingual two-year-olds and code-switching: Language encounters of a different kind? International Journal of Bilingualism, Vol. 1 (2): 135 - 162.
  • 1996. Elizabeth Lanza. Input parental et différentiation linguistique chez une bilingue de deux ans: Interactions dyadiques et triadiques. AILE (Acquisition et Interaction en Langue Etrangère), 6: 11 - 37.
  • 1992. Elizabeth Lanza. Can bilingual two-year-olds code-switch? Journal of Child Language, 19, 3: 633 - 658.
  • Lomeu Gomes, Rafael & Lanza, Elizabeth (2022). Southern Approaches to Family Multilingualism, The Routledge Handbook of Language and the Global South/s. Routledge. ISSN 9780367440145. p. 285–296. doi: 10.4324/9781003007074-29.
  • Lanza, Elizabeth & Golden, Anne (2022). Wielding space and time in migrant narratives: Personal and professional identities in discourse . In Lane, Pia; Kjelsvik, Bjørghild & Myhr, Annika Bøstein (Ed.), Negotiating Identities in Nordic Migrant Narratives: Crossing Borders and Telling Lives. Palgrave Macmillan. ISSN 978-3-030-89108-4.
  • Purkarthofer, Judith; Lanza, Elizabeth & Berg, Mina Finstad (2021). Discourses between the Public and the Private: Transnational Families at the Crossroads. Applied Linguistics. ISSN 0142-6001. p. 1–24. doi: 10.1093/applin/amab053. Full text in Research Archive
  • Røyneland, Unn & Lanza, Elizabeth (2020). Dialect Diversity and Migration: Disturbances and Dilemmas, Perspectives from Norway. In Brunn, Stanley D. & Kehrein, Roland (Ed.), Handbook of the Changing World Language Map. Springer. ISSN 978-3-319-73400-2. p. 1–19. doi: https%3A/doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-73400-2_223-1.
  • Lanza, Elizabeth (2020). Digital storytelling:Multilingual parents’ blogs and vlogs as narratives of family language policy. In Kulbrandstad, Lars Anders & Steien, Guri Bordal (Ed.), Språkreiser : festskrift til Anne Golden på 70-årsdagen 14. juli 2020. Novus Forlag. ISSN 9788283900422. p. 177–192. Full text in Research Archive
  • Lanza, Elizabeth & Lomeu Gomes, Rafael (2020). Family language policy: Foundations, theoretical perspectives and critical approaches. In Schalley, Andrea C. & Eisenchlas, Susana A. (Ed.), Handbook of Home Language Maintenance and Development. Social and Affective Factors . De Gruyter Mouton. ISSN 978-1-5015-1689-4. p. 153–173. doi: 10.1515/9781501510175-008.
  • Golden, Anne & Lanza, Elizabeth (2019). Language Learning and Literacy: The Multilingual Subject in Narratives of Older Immigrant Refugee Women. In Bagga-Gupta, Sangeeta; Golden, Anne; Holm, Lars; Laursen, Helle Pia & Pitkanen-huhta, Anne (Ed.), Reconceptualizing Connections between Language, Literacy and Learning. Springer Nature. ISSN 978-3-030-26993-7. p. 253–276. doi: 10.1007/978-3-030-26994-4_13.
  • Lanza, Elizabeth & Lexander, Kristin Vold (2019). Family Language Practices in Multilingual Transcultural Families. In Montanari, Simona & Quay, Suzanne (Ed.), Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Multilingualism: The Fundamentals. De Gruyter Mouton. ISSN 978-1-5015-0798-4. p. 229–252. doi: 10.1515/9781501507984-011.
  • Fløgstad, Guro Nore & Lanza, Elizabeth (2019). Language contact across the lifespan. In Darquennes, Jeroen; Salmons, Joseph C. & Vandenbussche, Wim (Ed.), Language Contact – An International Handbook. De Gruyter Mouton. ISSN 978-3-11-043325-8. p. 172–184. doi: 10.1515/9783110435351-015. Full text in Research Archive
  • Lanza, Elizabeth (2019). Urban multilingualism and family language policy. In Caliendo, Giuditta; Janssens, Rudi; Slembrouck, Stef & Van Avermaet, Piet (Ed.), Urban Multilingualism in Europe: Bridging the Gap between Language Policies and Language Practices. De Gruyter Mouton. ISSN 978-1-5015-0320-7. p. 121–139.
  • Lanza, Elizabeth (2018). Multilingualism across the lifespan: The family as a space for language learning, and practices and policies. In Mesthrie, Rajend & Bradley, David (Ed.), The Dynamics of Language. Plenary and Focus Lectures from the 20th International Congress of Linguists. UCT Press. ISSN 978-1-77582-236-3. p. 257–263.
  • Lanza, Elizabeth (2017). Family and multilingual development. Chinese Journal of Language Policy and Planning. ISSN 2096-1014. 2(6), p. 57–67.
  • Lanza, Elizabeth & Woldemariam, Hirut (2017). Linguistic Landscape of Ethiopia. In Aronoff, Mark (Eds.), Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Linguistics. Oxford University Press. ISSN 9780199384655. doi: 10.1093/acrefore/9780199384655.013.230.
  • Williams, Quentin & Lanza, Elizabeth (2016). The visualisation of multilingualism and voice in spaces of consumption: Linguistic landscaping in a South African urban space. In Blackwood, Robert; Lanza, Elizabeth & Woldemariam, Hirut (Ed.), Negotiating and Contesting Identities in Linguistic Landscapes. Bloomsbury Academic. ISSN 9781472506177. p. 233–249.
  • Golden, Anne & Lanza, Elizabeth (2015). Coon Valley Norwegians Meet Norwegians from Norway: Language, Culture and Identity among Heritage Language Speakers in the U.S. In Johannessen, Janne Bondi & Salmons, Joseph C. (Ed.), Germanic heritage languages in North America: Acquisition, attrition and change. John Benjamins Publishing Company. ISSN 9789027234988. p. 323 –358. doi: 10.1075/silv.18.15gol.

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  • Golden, Anne & Lanza, Elizabeth (2021). Metaphors in migrant narratives.
  • Lanza, Elizabeth (2021). Language and Communication in Transcultural Families: Discussion/Commentary.
  • García González, Elisabet ; Liu, Liquan & Lanza, Elizabeth (2021). Multilingual Families during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Parental beliefs, practices and opportunities for increased minority language use.
  • Lanza, Elizabeth (2021). Transnational families and lived experiences: Multilingualism, policies and practices.
  • Lanza, Elizabeth; Røyneland, Unn & Svennevig, Jan (2021). Språk og identitet i Etiopia.
  • Lanza, Elizabeth (2021). Multilingual families at the crossroads of  private and public discourses.
  • Lanza, Elizabeth (2021). Digital communication in the family.
  • Lanza, Elizabeth (2021). Transnationalism and family language policy in an era of global mobility: Discussion.
  • Lomeu Gomes, Rafael; Lanza, Elizabeth & Athari, Zahir (2021). Nanny State? Integration, kinship and identity among refugee and asylum-seeking unaccompanied minors.
  • Lanza, Elizabeth (2021). How Grandparents Impact Languages in the Family. Psychology Today. ISSN 0033-3107.
  • García González, Elisabet & Lanza, Elizabeth (2021). Languages in Lockdown.
  • Lanza, Elizabeth; Liemacher-Riebold, Ute; Rosenback, Rita & Yung, Tetsu (2021). Raising Multilinguals Live: Family Language Policies and Practices. [Internet]. Raising Multilinguals Live.
  • Lanza, Elizabeth (2021). Family Language Policies: Do We Need Them? Psychology Today. ISSN 0033-3107.
  • Lanza, Elizabeth; Liu, Liquan; Gonzalez, Elisabet; Sevinc, Yesim; Simonsen, Hanne Gram & Norvik, Monica I. [Show all 7 contributors for this article] (2020). The MultiLingual Mind Across the Lifespan.
  • Lanza, Elizabeth; Sverre, Holm-Nilsen; Mjaaland, Ola & Jørstad, Runar Henriksen (2020). Politiet henter inn nye forskere – jakter på avslørende tabber i trusselbrev. [Internet]. NRK.
  • Lanza, Elizabeth; Hardach, Sophie & García González, Elisabet (2020). In Quarantine, Kids Pick Up Parents’ Mother Tongues. [Internet]. The New York Times.
  • Lanza, Elizabeth & Keilman, Thomas (2020). Forskningssenter knuser myter om flerspråklighet. [Internet]. Norges Forskningsråd.
  • Lanza, Elizabeth (2020). Transnational families and family language policy in the 21st Century.
  • Lanza, Elizabeth (2019). Multilingualism and vulnerabilities in Norway: Introduction .
  • Lanza, Elizabeth (2019). Multilingual parenting: Family language policy in online blogging and vlogging .
  • Lanza, Elizabeth (2019). Multilingual parenting: Family language policy in online blogging and vlogging .
  • Lanza, Elizabeth (2019). MultiFam: Family language policy in multilingual transcultural families in Norway .
  • Lanza, Elizabeth; Caliendo, Giuditta; Janssens, Rudi; Slembrouck, Stef & Van Avermaet, Piet (2019). Conclusion: Urban multilingualism in Europe: Policies and practices at the crossroads. In Caliendo, Giuditta; Janssens, Rudi; Slembrouck, Stef & Van Avermaet, Piet (Ed.), Urban Multilingualism in Europe: Bridging the Gap between Language Policies and Language Practices. De Gruyter Mouton. ISSN 978-1-5015-0320-7. p. 217–225.
  • Lanza, Elizabeth (2019). Transnational Families as Public Spaces: An Interview with Dr. Elizabeth Lanza. [Internet]. Stony Brook University / Multilingual and Intercultural Comm.
  • Lanza, Elizabeth (2019). The Multilingual Family as a Space:Ideology and Identity Online.
  • Lanza, Elizabeth (2019). Transnational families as public spaces: Multilingualism, ideologies and identity online .
  • Lanza, Elizabeth (2019). Multilingual families as public space: Language learning, ideologies and identity online .
  • Lanza, Elizabeth & Røyneland, Unn (2019). Place and mobility: Contemporary globalization and the linguistic landscape of Ethiopia .
  • Lanza, Elizabeth (2019). Place and mobility: Contemporary globalization and the linguistic landscape in Ethiopia – with a focus on Addis Ababa and Mekelle.
  • Røyneland, Unn & Lanza, Elizabeth (2019). Dialect Diversity and Migration: Disturbances and Dilemmas - Perspectives from the North.
  • Lanza, Elizabeth (2018). Place and Mobility: The Linguistic Landscape in Contemporary Globalization.
  • Lanza, Elizabeth (2018). Multilingualism across the lifespan: Competence, practices and policies.
  • Lanza, Elizabeth (2018). Raising children multilingually: Family language policies and online blogging .
  • Goncalves, Kellie & Lanza, Elizabeth (2018). Narratives of Motherhood: An introduction (academic panel).
  • Goncalves, Kellie; Lanza, Elizabeth & Lexander, Kristin Vold (2018). From migrant grocery store to Espresso House: understanding urban change in the conspicuous cultural consumption of Grünerløkka Oslo, Norway .
  • Lanza, Elizabeth (2018). Multilingualism and diversity in contemporary Norway.
  • Curd-Christiansen, Xiao Lan & Lanza, Elizabeth (2018). How to conduct family language policy research.
  • Lanza, Elizabeth (2018). Family matters for the multilingual child: Input, practices and policies.
  • Lanza, Elizabeth (2018). Raising children multilingually: Family as a space for language learning and use.
  • Lanza, Elizabeth & Curdt-Christiansen, Xiao Lan (2018). Multilingual families: aspirations and challenges. International Journal of Multilingualism. ISSN 1479-0718. 15(3), p. 231–232. doi: 10.1080/14790718.2018.1477091.
  • Goncalves, Kellie; Lanza, Elizabeth & Lexander, Kristin Vold (2018). From Antlers to Esspresso House: X-scape and escape to Scandinavia's trendiest neighborhood.
  • Lanza, Elizabeth (2018). Diversifying the ‘family’ in family language policy: Discussion.
  • Lanza, Elizabeth (2018). The Family as a Space for Language/Languaging.
  • Lanza, Elizabeth (2018). Place and Mobility: The Linguistic Landscape in Contemporary Globalization.
  • Curdt-Christiansen, Xiao Lan & Lanza, Elizabeth (2018). Language management in multilingual families: Efforts, measures and challenges. Multilingua - Journal of Cross-cultural and Interlanguage Communiciation. ISSN 0167-8507. 37(2), p. 123–130. doi: 10.1515/multi-2017-0132. Full text in Research Archive
  • Lanza, Elizabeth (2018). Challenges for transnational parents in contemporary globalized society.
  • Lanza, Elizabeth (2018). Transnational families as public spaces: Multilingualism, ideologies and identity online .
  • Lanza, Elizabeth & Wigglesworth, Gillian (2017). The complexities of family language policy across multilingual settings.
  • Lanza, Elizabeth & Bergstrøm, Ida (2017). Langt mellom de kvinnelige SFF-lederne. [Newspaper]. Uniforum.
  • Lanza, Elizabeth (2017). Raising children multilingually: Family language policies and online blogging.
  • Lanza, Elizabeth & Serratrice, Ludovice (2017). Language policy in multilingual families Interview for Bilingualism Matters@Reading: http://www.bilingualism-matters.ppls.ed.ac.uk/. [Internet]. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g5wRy34pmzA.
  • Purkarthofer, Judith & Lanza, Elizabeth (2017). Transnational families, the media and the Norwegian Barnevernet: Discourses between the public and the private.
  • Lanza, Elizabeth & Purkarthofer, Judith (2017). Transnational families, the media and the Norwegian Barnevernet: Discourses between the public and the private.
  • Lanza, Elizabeth (2017). Multilingualism and family language policy.
  • Lanza, Elizabeth (2017). Family matters. Multilingual practices and policies .
  • Lanza, Elizabeth & Curdt-Christiansen, Xiao-Laan (2017). Multilingual families. Aspirations and challenges.
  • Lanza, Elizabeth (2017). Multilingual transcultural families in Europe: A view from Norway .
  • Lanza, Elizabeth (2017). The multilingual child and the family: Input, practices and policies .
  • Espeland , Tordis Marie & Lanza, Elizabeth (2017). Språksamarbeid gjev nye perspektiv. [Internet]. SIUs nettsted.
  • King, Kendall & Lanza, Elizabeth (2017). Ideology, agency, and imagination in multilingual families: An introduction. International Journal of Bilingualism. ISSN 1367-0069. p. 1–7. doi: 10.1177/1367006916684907.
  • Lanza, Elizabeth (2016). Multilingualism in Norway and MultiLing: Center for Multilingualism in Society across the Lifespan.
  • Lanza, Elizabeth (2016). Discussant: Heteroglossic mismatches: A focus on the multilingual family.
  • Lanza, Elizabeth & Røyneland, Unn (2016). Multilingualism as an individual and societal phenomenon: Perspectives from Norway.
  • Lanza, Elizabeth; Røyneland, Unn & Lane, Pia (2016). MultiLing. Center for Multilingualism in Society across the Lifespan: A Center of Excellence in Norway. Sociolinguistica : Internationales Jahrbuch fuer Europaeische Soziolinguistik. ISSN 0933-1883. p. 223–231.
  • Woldemariam, Hirut & Lanza, Elizabeth (2016). Beijing in Africa: A new dimension in the LL of Addis Ababa.
  • Lanza, Elizabeth (2016). All in the family? The complexities of urban multilingualism.
  • Lanza, Elizabeth (2016). (Oslo as a) Superdiverse City.
  • Lanza, Elizabeth & Curdt-Christiansen, Xiao Lan (2016). Introduction: Multilingual family language management - Efforts, measures and choices.
  • Lanza, Elizabeth & Li, Wei (2016). Multilingual encounters in transcultural families. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development (JMMD). ISSN 0143-4632. 37(7), p. 653–654. doi: 10.1080/01434632.2016.1151198.
  • Røyneland, Unn & Lanza, Elizabeth (2016). Language policy in Norway: Discourses of the local and the global.
  • Lanza, Elizabeth & Røyneland, Unn (2016). Memory wound: Commemoration and contestation in multilingual and multicultural Norway.
  • Lanza, Elizabeth (2015). Introduction to the special issue. International Journal of Bilingualism. ISSN 1367-0069. 19(2), p. 139–141. doi: 10.1177/1367006913491487.
  • Golden, Anne & Lanza, Elizabeth (2015). The importance of the self in second language learning: Identity construction in narrative discourse.
  • Golden, Anne & Lanza, Elizabeth (2015). Linguistic Landscaping in a Norwegian Multilingual Classroom.
  • Golden, Anne & Lanza, Elizabeth (2015). Conceptualizations of second language learning and literacy. Metaphors in conversation.
  • Lanza, Elizabeth & Woldemariam, Hirut (2015). Linguistic landscape as (socio)linguistic data: New research.
  • Lanza, Elizabeth (2015). Family matters: Bridging the gap between multilingual acquisition and language policy.
  • Lanza, Elizabeth (2015). Tospråklighet og språkbruk: Familien som kontekst for barns språksosialisering.
  • Røyneland, Unn & Lanza, Elizabeth (2015). Memorials, multilingualism and multiculturalism in Norway.
  • Lanza, Elizabeth & Røyneland, Unn (2015). Emerging regimes of language ideologies: Discourses of the local and global in Norway.
  • Røyneland, Unn & Lanza, Elizabeth (2015). The dark sides of linguistic complexity.
  • Lanza, Elizabeth (2015). Introduction to the special issue. International Journal of Bilingualism. ISSN 1367-0069. 19(2), p. 139–141. doi: 10.1177/1367006913491487.
  • Lane, Pia; Lanza, Elizabeth & Pennycook, Alastair (2019). Family multilingualism: Language practices and ideologies of Brazilian-Norwegian families in Norway. Universitetet i Oslo. Full text in Research Archive

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