June 7, 2018
This pseudo-documentary, centered on the idea of an international festival of popular music, is the final project of twelve first-year undergraduate students enrolled in Language and Diversity II, at the University of Toronto. The main theme of the course is multilingualism across the world and across disciplines. Authored by Dejan Ivković, Brina Romanek and the students Paul Chevallier, Cynthia Fahima Chaudhury, Catherine Le, Mattheus Lawford, Faith Mvula, Rayan Rezaei, Ken Ogata, Yunji Seo, Melissa Starr, Amanda Smith, Betelhem Tadele and Oleksandra Yermolchuk.
Multilingual Mondovision Part I (pseudo-documentary)
Linguascaping Toronto, April 15th at OISE
April 2, 2019
A vignette from my forthcoming article titled Attitudes, Opinions and Proposals Regarding Language and Alphabet Policy in Serbia(n): A Viewpoint from...
November 27, 2018
At the Toronto International Festival of Authors, presenting the Linguascaping Toronto project with my (now) former graduate students.
October 27, 2018
Multilingual Mondovision Part II (pedagogical commentary)
June 8, 2018
A scene from the filming of the MondoVision pseudo-documentary (click our MondoVision logo to view)
April 27, 2018
Linguascaping Toronto: Language and Diversity I students at the University of Toronto setting up their comic books based on their fieldwork
December 28, 2017
Promo Poster for NEW112 - Language and Diversity II
December 8, 2017
Cree syllabics in 30 minutes! (Stage I)
December 1, 2017
Cree syllabics in 30 minutes! (Stage II)
November 20, 2017