10th English, Culture and Diversity Day

Language and identity in a world of multiple crisis
 25/03/2024 - 08:00 até 22:00

Apresentação

The English, Culture, and Diversity Day (ECDDay) is a FREE hybrid (in-person with online transmission)  conference organized by the English Language Course faculty and students. ECDDay aims to share knowledge produced in different social, educational, and research areas. This year, the event revolves around "Language and Identity in a World of Multiple Crisis" and hopes to be a space to provoke critical and creative debate among participants.

Since its first edition, ECDDay has fostered an intense exchange of ideas and new ventures addressing life and academic issues: 

  Internationalization at home and abroad (2023) Culture and Diversity in a World of Dis/Misinformation (2022) Resistance and Resilience Narratives in the Face of Covid-19 (2021) The World of Tomorrow: innovation that moves us forward (2019) Democracy is... (2018) World Englishes (2015) I have a dream! The global road to equality in an age of diversity (2014) [IN]dependence: Nation and Identity (2013) Thanksgiving (2012)   Join us on the 25th of March 2024!

Programação

8h00 – 8h30 Opening session 

8h30 – 9h15 Opening conference:  Re-reading Language and Identity in times of crisis

Keynote Speaker: Lynn Mario T. Menezes de Souza (USP) 

Moderator: Flávia Benfatti (UFU)

9h15 – 9h45 Debate

9h45 - 10h Break

10h  – 11h Panel: Publish or perish?: questioning language and identity within the neoliberal agenda in the academic and media arenas 

  • We have to be seen. Don't we? - Janaisa Viscardi (@janaviscardi) 

  • Out of sight, out of mind: professional accounts and the demands for overposting - Maria Luisa Nobre (UFU)

  • The university is not a company (is it?) - Rogério de Castro Angelo (UFU) 

Opening Panel: João Pedro Pereira (UFU)

11h00 – 11h30 Debate

19h – 20h Panel: Language and identity in times of threatened education

  • High quality education regardless of the student - Juliana Santana (ICEA) 

  • The teaching of foreign languages in Brazilian public schools: evaluating research and language policies - Ernesto Bertoldo (UFU) 

  • Teacher training and subjective dismissal: what can the word do in this scenario? - Carla Tavares (UFU) 

Moderator: Adriano Henriques (CEFET - Araxá) 

20h – 20h30 Debate

20h30 – 20h45 Break

20h45 – 21h15 Closing Session 

 

Palestrantes

Jana Viscardi was born in Votuporanga, São Paulo.

Ernesto Bertoldo has a degree in Literature from the Federal University of Uberlandia and a master's and a Ph.D.

Carla Tavares has a teaching degree and a master's from the Federal University of Uberlandia.

Juliana Santana has a degree in Literature from the São Paulo State University and a master's and a Ph.D.

Rogério de Castro Angelo is a professor of Portuguese and English at the Federal Institute of Education, Science, and Tech

Inscrições

Custo do evento: 
Evento gratuito
Período de inscrições: 
29/02/2024 - 12:00 até 10/03/2024 - 23:59

Organização

Amanda Massuretti

Carolina Goulart

Cristiane Brito

Ediberto Rocha

Ian Biati

Ivan Ribeiro

Lara Souza 

Larissa Mazuchelli

Maria Fernanda Capel

Mariana Peixoto

Nayara Rocha

Raissa Bugança

Rebecca Cruz

Stella Menezes

Victoria Castão

 

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