prof. Giedrius Subačius (University of Illinois, Chicago)
Development of prestandard Lithuanian orthography and certain theoretical insights: symbolism, materiality, aestheticity, and graphochronology

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prof. Carol Percy (University of Toronto)
Colonial orthographies and their contemporary consequences: focus on North American Englishes

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dr. Mel Evans (University of Leeds)
Spelling across unruly borders: The royal correspondence of James V of Scotland and Henry VIII of England, 1513-1542

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prof. Anja Voeste (Justus-Liebig-University Giessen)
Catechisms as primers: the role of catechisms in assisting early readers of German in the sixteenth century
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prof. Gijsbert Rutten (Leiden University)
Transmission and diffusion in the history of spelling
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prof. Jukka Tyrkkö (Linneus University)
Quantitative and computational perspectives to historical multilingualism studies

prof. Karin Tusting (Lancaster University)
Reflexivity and writing up qualitative research

prof. Christine Mallinson (University of Maryland, Baltimore County)
Qualitative methods and research ethics: Making intersectionality socially significant

dr. Annina Seiler (University of Zurich)
John of Garland’s Dictionarius: Learning Latin in the Middle Ages

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prof. Simone E. Pfenninger (University of Salzburg)
Becoming bilingual later in life: Thoughts on affective and cognitive between- and within-person variability

prof. Elisabeth El Refaie (Cardiff University)
Multimodality and visual research

prof. Theo Marinis (University of Konstanz)
Multilingual child language acquisition: Comparing the development of the heritage and the majority language

prof. Li Wei (University College London)
Translanguaging language and education

prof. Laura Wright (University of Cambridge)
Medieval Multilingualism in the History of English
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prof. Trena Paulus (East Tennessee State University)
What can qualitative data analysis software do for you

prof. Raymond Hickey (University of Duisburg and Essen)
Language contact and the history of English

prof. Marit Westergaard (UiT The Arctic University of Norway)
Multilingualism and crosslinguistic influence as coactivation

prof. Paul Baker (Lancaster University)
Corpus analysis or close reading? A case study on press representations of obesity

prof. Antonella Sorace (University of Edinburgh)
Reassessing gradient variation in models of grammar and bilingualism

prof. Ellen Bialystok (York University)
How Bilingualism Changes Minds

prof. Judith F. Kroll (University of California, Irvine)
Two sides of bilingualism – A lens to the cognitive neuroscience

prof. Jean Marc Dewaele (University of London, Birkbeck)
Emotional resonance and embodiment of multilinguals’ languages

prof. Anna de Fina (Georgetown University)
Ethnographic interviewing and the relationship between participant and researcher

prof. Jo Angouri (University of Warwick)
Qualitative/quantitative/mixed methodologies and triangulation
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prof. Jessica Nina Lester (Indiana University) Micro-analytic approaches for the study of everyday and institutional social interactions
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