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Semiotic signature of transformation in a diachronic corpus of a South African political party
Corpus analysis has become established as an approach to the study of language description or for applied pursuits in language teaching, terminology, and so on. However, because of the social indexicalities of language ...
Introduction and decolonial pedagogies, multilingualism and literacies
(University of the Western Cape, 2019)
This Special Issue of Multilingual Margins brings together a number of creative, reflective and academic writings and artefacts that emerged from a new interinstitutional postgraduate module, Re-imagining Multilingualisms, ...
Speaking with a forked tongue about multilingualism in the language policy of a South African university
(Springer Netherlands, 2018)
As part of a broader student campaign for ‘free decolonized education’, protests over language policies at select South African universities between 2015 and 2016 belied widespread positive appraisals of these policies, ...
Re-imagining the Writing Workshop: The Creation of Multilingual, Collaborative Poetry
(University of the Werstern Cape, 2019)
“This string picture reminds me of a children’s game, called Cat’s Cradle, which you play with pieces of coloured string held between your fingers, and which you use to make different patterns by moving your fingers together ...