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Conference Programme

GCED 2019 Conference LMU

Conference programme

Download: Full programme (with plenaries, talks in cluster sections, poster presentations and further programme details), last updated on 13 March 2019. Please note that print versions of the programme will also be available.


Monday, 25th March:

19:00 Conference Warming


Tuesday, 26th March:

09:00-10:00: Registration (the registration and information desk is open throughout the full conference)

10:00-10:30: Conference Welcome

10:30-11:30: Morning Plenary
"Internationalism and Competences for Democratic Culture in Foreign Language Teaching"
Michael Byram, Durham University, UK & Université de Luxembourg, Luxemburg

11:30-12:00: Coffee Break

12:00-13:30: Talks in Cluster Sections

13:30-14:30: Poster Presentations and Lunch Break

14:30-16:30: Talks in Cluster Sections

16:45-17:20: Panel Discussion

17:30-18:30: Evening Plenary
"Belonging in an Age of Global Migration"
William Gaudelli, Columbia University, USA

18:30: Wine Reception


Wednesday, 27th March:

08:30-10:30: Morning Double Plenary

"Global Citizenship: Allegiance to What, Exactly?"
Liz Jackson, University of Hong Kong, China

"Cosmopolitan Citizenship and Language Learning"
Hugh Starkey, University College London, UK

10:30-11:00: Coffee Break

11:00-13:00: Talks in Cluster Sections

13:00-14:30: Poster Presentations and Lunch Break

14:30-16:30: Talks in Cluster Sections

16:30-17:00: Coffee Break

17:00-18:00: Evening Plenary
“Whose Language, Whose Globe? Envisioning Cosmopolitan Pedagogies in Digital Spaces”
Glynda Hull, University of Berkeley, USA

20:00: Conference Dinner


Thursday, 28th March

09:00-10:00: Morning Plenary
"Global Citizens or Global Consumers? Reframing FL Education in the Digital Age"
Claire Kramsch, University of Berkeley, USA

10:00-10:30: Coffee Break

10:30-12:00: Talks in Cluster Section

12:15-13:15: Plenary
"Critical Pedagogies for Global, Environmental Citizenship:Teaching Ecopedagogical Literacies through Local to Planetary Citizenships"
Greg Misiaszek, Beijing Normal University, China

13:15-14:00: Closing Panel