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High Court, South Africa, in English, Afrikaans and Xhosa. Photo: Caroline Kerfoot
    Screendump from the new site

    New website Centre for Research on Bilingualism 11–12/5

    On 11–12/5 we will launch a new website for the Centre for Research on Bilingualism. The new site will have a layout, structure and functionality in line with the Department of Swedish Language and Multilingualism and the Stockholm University sites.

    Welcome to the Centre for Research on Bilingualism!

    Bilingualism and Second Language Acquisition is one of the leading research areas at Stockholm University. Research at the Centre for Research on Bilingualism covers a number of profile areas, such as:

    • Second language acquisition/Swedish as a second language
    • Minority languages, language policy and language ideology in Sweden and elsewhere
    • Advanced second language acquisition and use
    • First language attrition and reactivation
    • Language and thought in bilinguals
    • Transnational multilingualism
    • Multilingualism and education in the Global South
    • Bilingual development, bilingual school programs, second language teaching, literacy
    • Young people’s language and language use in multilingual contexts

    The Centre also offers a wide variety of introductory and advanced courses as well as a full PhD programme in Bilingualism.

    Omslag/cover. 2019–2020 Muralmålning Lutande tornet i Pisa. 2017–2018 Husvägg med en målad hjärna

    New Biennial Report: 2019–2020

    Biennial Reports, Centre for Research on Bilingualism, Department of Swedish Language and Multilingualism.

    Entangled wires in the Old Town Aqmeçit, Crimea

    Conducting research in turbulent contexts: a Swedish-Ukrainian workshop 14–16/6

    The Centre for Research on Bilingualism is hosting a Swedish-Ukrainian workshop with a range of talks centering around the issues of multilingualism in turbulent settings, with a particular focus on Ukraine. The workshop has been supported by the Graduate school of the Faculty of Humanities at Stockholm University.

    Juristernas hus (The Lawyers' House). Photo: Agneta Hollström

    Recent Developments in Bilingualism and Multilingualism Research. A one-day symposium 17/6

    On the Occasion of 40 Years of Organized Bilingualism Research at Stockholm University (1981–2021): Recent Developments in Bilingualism and Multilingualism Research. A one-day symposium. The symposium has been postponed to 17 June, 2022 (from 17 December, 2021).

    NCB12

    The 12th Nordic Conference on Bilingualism (NCB12) has been postponed to 14–16/6 2023

    The 12th Nordic Conference on Bilingualism (NCB12) has been postponed to 14–16 June 2023. Information will follow.

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    Distance and Campus teaching in the spring of 2022

    From 22 March 2022 teaching and examination will mainly take place according to the regular form on campus.

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    Information for students and staff about the coronavirus

    Information on the coronavirus in relation to Stockholm University's activities is updated continuously.

    More about the teaching at the Department

    Q&A on the coronavirus for newly admitted students (the main Uni site)