Gabriele Budach

gabrielle.fw_.pngGabriele Budach, (G.Budach@soton.ac.uk), is Lecturer of French Linguistics in the School of Modern Languages at the University of Southampton. Her main research interests include literacy in multilingual societies, discourses and practices in bilingual/multilingual education, teaching and learning in multilingual trans-national contexts, language and processes of identity, language and youth culture and language ideological debates as well as language standardisation.

 

 


Publications

Budach, Gabriele; de Saint-Georges, Ingrid (2017). Superdiversity and Language in Canagarajah, Suresh (Ed.). The Routledge Handbook of Migration and Language.


Budach, Gabriele (2014). From language choice to mode choice: how artefacts impact on language use and meaning making in a bilingual classroomLanguage and Education, 27(4), 329342.

 

Budach, Gabriele (2014). Educational trajectories at the crossroads: The making and unmaking of multilingual communities of learners. Multilingua.

 

Budach, Gabriele (2014). “Urban-Rural” Dynamics and Indigenous Urbanization: The Case of Inuit Language Use in Ottawa. Journal of Language, Identity & Education.

 

 

Patrick, D.; Budach, Gabriele; Muckpaloo, I. (2013). Multiliteracies and family language policy in an urban Inuit community. Language Policy, 12(1), 47-62.

 

Budach, Gabriele (2012). Part of the Puzzle: The Retrospective Interview as reflexive practice in ethnographic collaborative research. In Martin-Jones, Marilyn; Gardner, Sheena (Eds.) Multilingualism, Discourse and Ethnography

 

Budach, Gabriele (2011). Donner une voix aux Inuit urbains : « Photovoice » comme une pratique de multilittératie dans la construction d’identité et de savoirs transfrontaliers. Cahier de l'institut des langues officielles et du bilinguisme, 2.

 

Budach, Gabriele (2010). Pedagogies in context: Perspectives on contemporary Spain. Linguistics and Education, 21(3), 244-255

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