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We are Tilburg University

Expertise

1) asylum 2.0 and the implication of the internet for the process of asylum seeking practices and the politics of suspicion

 

2) the institutional responses to super-diversity in urban and non-urban spaces across Europe

 

3) language, identity and super-diversity in regular primary school classrooms and classrooms for the reception of young third country nationals.

 

4) e-citizenship apprenticeship, e-inclusion/exclusion through CEFR based applied assessment in the L2 classroom.

Teaching

Language Globalisation and Superdiversity (MA)

Advancements in Ethnography (MA Res)

The Sociolinguistics of Globalisation (MA Res)

Research Methodology: Interviewing Techniques and Ethnographic Fieldwork (MA)

Discourse and Media Theory (BA)

Digital Literacies (BA)

Doing Research: Skills (BA)

Master thesis circle MCD: Superdiversity and practices of Integration

Courses

Collaboration

http://incolas.eu/

http://www.meertens.knaw.nl/cms/nl/

http://www.mmg.mpg.de/departments/socio-cultural-diversity/

Highlights

Spotti, M. (2018). "It's all about naming things right": The Paradox of Web Truths in the Belgian Asylum-Seeking Procedure. In: Gill, N. & A. Good (eds.) Asylum Determination in Europe - Ethnographic Perspectives. London: Palgrave, 69-90

Garcia, O., Flores, N. & M. Spotti (2017) (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Language and Society. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Arnaut, K. M. Sif Karrebaek, J. Blommaert & M. Spotti (2017) (eds.) Engaging Superdiversity: Recombining Spaces, Times and Language Practices. Bristol: Multilingual Matters.

Arnaut, K. & M. Spotti (2015) Superdiversity Discourse. The International Encyclopedia of Language and Social Interaction. Wiley-Blackwell. DOI: 10.1002/9781118611463.wbielsi13.

Spotti, M. (2011). Ideologies of Success for Superdiverse Citizens: the Dutch Testing Regime for Integration and the Online Private Sector. In: Blommaert, J. Rampton, B. & M. Spotti (Eds.) Language and Superdiversity - Special issue of Diversities Journal Vol.13 (2), 39 - 52. Max Plank/UNESCO.

Recent publications

  1. New speakers of new and old languages - an investigation into the gap…

    Spotti, M., Kroon, S., & Li, J. (2019). New speakers of new and old languages: an investigation into the gap between language practices and language policy. Language Policy, 1-17.
  2. Sociolinguistic regimes across an asylum-seeking centre - L2 learners…

    Spotti, M. (Accepted/In press). Sociolinguistic regimes across an asylum-seeking centre: L2 learners doing togetherness via a socio-technological platform. In T. Schoonheim, & J. van Horde (Eds.), Language variation. : A factor of increasing complexity and a challenge for language policy within Europe. (pp. 1-13). Budapest: Hungarian Academy of Sciences.
  3. Globalized linguistic resources at work - A case study of a local sup…

    Spotti, M. (2018). Globalized linguistic resources at work: A case study of a local supermarket in Finnish Lapland. In S. Kroon, & J. Swanenberg (Eds.), Language and Culture on the Margins: Global/Local Interactions (1 ed., Vol. 1). (Routledge Critical Studies in Multilingualism; Vol. 14). London: Routledge.
  4. “It’s All About Naming Things Right” - The Paradox of Web Truths in t…

    Spotti, M. (2018). “It’s All About Naming Things Right”: The Paradox of Web Truths in the Belgian Asylum-Seeking Procedure. In N. Gill, & A. Good (Eds.), Asylum Determination in Europe: Ethnographic Perspectives (1 ed., Vol. 1, pp. 69-90). (Palgrave Socio Legal Studies). London: Palgrave Macmillan.
  5. Have you ever been rejected - on the morals of identity rejection in …

    Spotti, M. (2017). Have you ever been rejected: on the morals of identity rejection in an asylum seeking centre. Diggit Magazine.

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