Haley De Korne

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Academic interests

I am an Applied Linguist, working at the intersection of Linguistics, Education, and Anthropology to examine and contribute to language learning, literacy practices, and social justice in multilingual education contexts. My current work focuses on teachers' critical language awareness; imaginaries of social change in multilingual regions; and pedagogies for multilingualism and multiliteracies. 

Research areas include:            

Minoritised languages in education; Multilingual education policy and pedagogy; Language politics; Indigenous language reclamation; Language ideologies; Isthmus Zapotec (Mexico); Anishinaabemowin (US & Canada); Action-research; Ethnography; Interactional Sociolinguistics; Linguistic Anthropology

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

University of Oslo:

  • NOAS 4102 Additional language learning in a socio-cognitive and sociocultural perspective
  • LING 1107 Språktilegnelse

PhD courses:

University of Cape Town, South Africa

  • Multilingualism (co-taught with Ana Deumert)

University of Pennsylvania, USA

  • Sociolinguistics in Education

Autonomous Benito Juarez University of Oaxaca, Mexico

  • Critical Language Evaluation 
  • Multilingualism & Interculturalism 
  • Sociolinguistics & Curriculum Design
  • Critique of Language and Education Policies 

University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg

  • Performance, Presentation, and Communication 
Tags: Applied Linguistics, Sociolinguistics, Language and Education Policy, Language Pedagogy, Language Endangerment, Mexico (Latin America), Action Research, Ethnography

Publications

  • Purkarthofer, Judith & De Korne, Haley Jean (2019). Learning language regimes: Children's representations of minority language education. Journal of Sociolinguistics.  ISSN 1360-6441. . doi: 10.1111/josl.12346 Show summary
  • De Korne, Haley; López Gopar, Mario & Rios Rios, Kiara (2018). Changing ideological and implementational spaces for minoritised languages in higher education: Zapotequización of language education in Mexico. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development (JMMD).  ISSN 0143-4632. . doi: 10.1080/01434632.2018.1531876 Full text in Research Archive.
  • Hornberger, Nancy H. & De Korne, Haley (2018). Is Revitalization Through Education Possible?, In Leanne Hinton; Leena Huss & Gerald Roche (ed.),  The Routledge Handbook of Language Revitalization.  Routledge.  ISBN 9781138674493.  Chapter 9.  s 94 - 103
  • Schissel, Jamie; De Korne, Haley & López Gopar, Mario (2018). Grappling with translanguaging for teaching and assessment in culturally and linguistically diverse contexts: teacher perspectives from Oaxaca, Mexico. International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism.  ISSN 1367-0050.  s 1- 17 . doi: 10.1080/13670050.2018.1463965 Full text in Research Archive.
  • 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 9.  s 154 - 174
  • 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.  Part 5.  s 247 - 258

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  • De Korne, Haley (2019). '¿Para qué sirve la utopía?' Relativist (language) activism from a settler colonial perspective.
  • De Korne, Haley (2018). Imagining convivial multilingualism in Oaxaca, Mexico.
  • De Korne, Haley (2018). La realidad multilingüe de la "reclamación" de lenguas: Trabajando con el contacto, la diversidad, y el cambio lingüístico en la enseñanza-aprendizaje de lenguas en riesgo.
  • De Korne, Haley (2018). Lim, L., Stroud, C., & Wee, L. (Eds.). (2018). The multilingual citizen : Towards a politics of language for agency and change. Bristol, UK: Multilingual Matters. Multilingual Margins.  ISSN 2221-4216.  5(1), s 66- 70
  • De Korne, Haley (2018). Minoritized language education and youths’ aspirations in a multilingual region: Isthmus Zapotec learners in Oaxaca, Mexico.
  • De Korne, Haley (2018). Multilingualism, education & inequalities:Research & engagement.
  • De Korne, Haley (2018). Negociación de normas en la enseñanza del Zapoteco del Istmo: Perspectivas de maestr@s y alumn@s (Negotiation of norms in Isthmus Zapotec education: Perspectives of teachers and students)..
  • Rios Rios, Kiara; De Korne, Haley & López Gopar, Mario (2018). Zapotequización: Teaching Diidxazá to young adults in Higher Education.
  • Røyneland, Unn & De Korne, Haley (2018, 22. februar). Combatir el racismo lingüístico: Propuestas desde Noruega y México. [Tidsskrift].  Piedra, Papel & Tijeras.
  • Røyneland, Unn & De Korne, Haley (2018). Cómo eliminar prejuicios contra lenguas minoritarias en el siglo XXI. Estrategias desde Noruega y México.
  • Røyneland, Unn & De Korne, Haley (2018). Minoritetsspråklege skriftkulturar. Normering, standardisering og bruk av minoritetsspråk.
  • 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.
  • Rouvier, Ruth & De Korne, Haley (2017). Language Documentation, Revitalization, and Reclamation: Supporting Young Learners and Their Communities.
  • 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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