The Sociolinguistics of Globalization: (De)centring and (de)standardization, Hong Kong, June 2015

Binding and Shifting: two concomitants to the global spread of faith and its languages

‘The listeners can go either way’ – language shift and language revival among young British Muslims: the destructive and (re)creative dimensions of globalisation (Andrey Rosowsky)

Reversing language shift in El Barrio: the impact of Mexican immigrants on Spanish religious language practices in a Puerto Rican church in New York City (Christian Munch)

Negotiating linguistic space in a mosque: language maintenance of low-wage Bangladeshi migrant workers’ in cosmopolitan Singapore (Yurni Said-Sirhan)

Unicode: Standardizing Sacred Scripts (Brian Bennett)

Recontextualising the faith: Navigating time and space scales to legitimate Evangelical Christianity (Thor Sawin)

Discussants: Tope Omoniyi and Brook Bolander

Link to panel abstract

Link to conference website

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