Haley De Korne

Associate Professor
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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 language reclamation, 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


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

Publications & CV available at:

Courses taught

University of Oslo:

  • NOAS 4102 Additional language learning in a socio-cognitive and sociocultural perspective
  • LING 1107 Language Acquisition
  • LING 1109 Multilingualism

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, Multilingualism, Language and Education Policy, Language Pedagogy, Language Endangerment, Mexico (Latin America), Action Research, Ethnography
Published June 8, 2016 9:47 AM - Last modified July 14, 2021 8:28 PM