Eleanor Chapman

Research title: Mother-tongues and Motherlands: multilingualism, migration and memory

Research Summary

My PhD research sits in the intersection of Human Geography and Critical Sociolinguistics and focuses on displacement and migration in rural contexts, linguistic de/reterritorialisation and minoritised languages. In particular, I will be working with speakers and learners of Scots Gaelic and Kurdish languages in Scotland.

 

Publications

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2023

Chapman, E. (2023) Revocalising human geography: decolonial language geographies beyond the nation-state. Progress in Human Geography, 47(1), pp. 24-42. (doi: 10.1177/03091325221131852)

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Articles

Chapman, E. (2023) Revocalising human geography: decolonial language geographies beyond the nation-state. Progress in Human Geography, 47(1), pp. 24-42. (doi: 10.1177/03091325221131852)

This list was generated on Thu Feb 2 14:15:21 2023 GMT.

Additional Information

Freelance translation work: www.eleanorchapman.weebly.com