Plenaries and Lectures

2016

Pavlenko, A. (2016) Whorf’s lost argument: Multilingual awareness. Keynote address at the 13th International Conference of the Association of Language Awareness (ALA), Vienna, Austria, July 2016.

Pavlenko, A. (2016) Multilingualism, diversity education, and law. Invited talk at the Summer School on Multilingualism and Diversity Education, University of Hildesheim, Hildesheim, Germany, July 2016.

Pavlenko, A. (2016) Applying applied linguistics in the real world: Can our research make a difference? Keynote address at the Bloomsbury Round Table on Communication, Cognition, and Culture, Birkbeck College, University of London, UK, June 2016.

Pavlenko, A. (2016) Linguistics in the courtroom. Keynote address at the 8th AILA Junior Researchers Meeting in Applied Linguistics. Tallinn University, Tallinn, Estonia, May 2016.

Pavlenko, A. (2016) Multilingualism and forensic linguistics: Translating research into practice. Keynote address at the New Speakers Network Whole Action Conference. University of Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany, May 2016.

2015

Pavlenko, A. (2015) Russian-friendly: Russian in the European service industry [Русский язык в европейской сфере обслуживания]. Keynote address at the XIII Congress of the International Association of teachers of Russian language and literature (MAPRYAL). Granada, Spain, September 2015.

Pavlenko, A. (2015) How can linguists contribute to building cultural bridges? International Conference on Building Cultural Bridges: Integrating Languages, Linguistics, Literature, Translation, Journalism, Economics, and Business into Education. Suleiman Demirel University, Almaty, Kazakhstan, April 2015.

2014

Pavlenko, A. (2014) Language commodification in the new economy: A case study of Russian. Invited talk at the Department of Linguistics, Georgetown University, Washington DC, December 2014.

Pavlenko, A. (2014) "The right to feel, think, speak and learn in the native language": Multilingualism in the Russian empire and the USSR. International conference on the History of Ideas on Multilingualism, Institute of Multilingualism, University of Fribourg, Fribourg, Switzerland, November 2014.

Pavlenko, A. (2014) Multilingualism in linguistic landscapes of antiquity and modernity. Invited talk at the Linguistic Landscapes roundtable, Oxford University, Oxford, UK, June 2014.

Pavlenko, A. (2014) Superdiversity and why it isn't. Invited talk at the international conference "Sloganization in Language Education", Berlin, Germany, May 2014.

Pavlenko, A. (2014) Language commodification and its implications for foreign and second language education: The case study of Russian. Plenary address at the 26th International Conference on second language acquisition and foreign language learning "Qualitative approaches in researching second/foreign language acquisition", Szczyrk, Poland, May 2014.

Pavlenko, A. (2013) Affective processing and gestures: An embodied approach to 'age effects' in L2 acquisition. Invited talk at the Penn Language Center, University of Pennsylvania, October 2013.

2013

Pavlenko, A. (2013) Commodification of Russian and its challenges to theories of globalization and superdiversity. Invited talk at the Opening Conference of the Center for Multilingualism in Society across the Lifespan. University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway, August 2013.

Pavlenko, A. (2013) Speak, memory: Language and autobiographical memory in bi-and multilingual speakers. Plenary address at the 25th International Conference on second language acquisition and foreign language learning “Qualitative approaches in researching second/foreign language acquisition”, Szczyrk, Poland, May 2013.

Pavlenko, A. (2013) The illusion of politics: Why Ukrainian language policies have only a limited impact on linguistic repertoires of young Ukrainians. Invited lecture at the Petro Jacyk Symposium, Harvard University, February 2013.

2012

Pavlenko, A. (2012) The bilingual mind: From lexical categories to inner speech and autobiographical memory. Plenary address at the BAAL conference. Southampton, UK, September 2012.

Pavlenko, A. (2012) The bilingual mind: From lexical categories to inner speech and autobiographical memory. Invited talk at the Department of Linguistics, University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway, May 2012.

Pavlenko, A. (2012) Multilingualism and emotions: From 'affective factors' to 'language desire' and 'commodification of affect'. Invited talk at the SKI Seminar, University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway, May 2012.

Pavlenko, A. (2012) The persistence of memory: Post-nationalism and commodification of affect in the post-Soviet space. Invited talk at the University of Jyvaskyla, Jyvaskyla, Finland, May 2012.

Pavlenko, A. (2012) Analyzing multilinguals' narratives. Invited workshop at the University of Jyvaskyla, Jyvaskyla, Finland, May 2012.

Pavlenko, A. (2012) The bilingual mind: Ordinary or unique? Plenary address at the 24th International Conference on second language acquisition and foreign language learning "Language awareness in second/foreign language learning", Szczyrk, Poland, May 2012.

Pavlenko, A. (2012) Commodification of Russian in post-1991 Europe. Plenary address at the 2nd LINEE International Conference "Multilingualism in the public sphere", Dubrovnik, Croatia, May 2012.

Pavlenko, A. (2012) Multilingualism and emotions: From 'affective factors' to 'language desire' and 'commodification of affect'. Keynote address at the CILS Symposium, at the University of British Columbia, April 2012.

Pavlenko, A. (2012) The bilingual mind: Neo-Whorfian approaches to the study of bilingualism and cognition. Plenary address at the 35th International LAUD Symposium “Cognitive Psycholinguistics: Bilingualism, Cognition, and Communication”. University of Koblenz-Landau, Landau, Germany, March 2012.

2011

Pavlenko, A. (2011) Multilingualism and emotions: From 'affective factors' to 'language desire' and 'commodification of affect'. Invited lecture at the Department of Linguistics, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, November 2011.

Pavlenko, A. (2011) "The words I cannot utter": Second language learning and emotions. Invited lecture at the Language Center, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, October 2011.

Pavlenko, A. (2011) Russian as a new European lingua franca. Plenary address at the DGFF conference, University of Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany. September 2011.

Pavlenko, A. (2011) Une langue venue d’ailleurs: Affective engagements and the stepmother tongue. Plenary address at the international conference on Cognition, Emotion, and Communication. University of Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus, June 2011.

Pavlenko, A. (2011) Ce qui n'arrive pas à sortir de ma bouche: Multilingualism and emotions. Invited lecture at the Interdisciplinary Center for Affective Sciences (CISA), University of Geneva, Geneva, Switzerland, June 2011.

Pavlenko, A. (2011) The persistence of memory: Language, emotions, and post-nationalism in the post-Soviet space. Plenary address at the international conference Language as a Social and Cultural Practice: Advances in Linguistics. University of Basel, Basel, Switzerland, June 2011.

Pavlenko, A. (2011) Talmy’s typology and research on motion in language and cognition. Invited lecture at the Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan, Poland, May 2011.

Pavlenko, A. (2011) Bilingualism and linguistic relativity. Invited lecture at the Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznan, Poland, May 2011.

Pavlenko, A. (2011) Nie widzialam cie juz od miesiaca: The role of affect and desire in second language learning. Plenary address at the ICFSLA conference, Szczyrk, Poland, May 2011.

Pavlenko, A. (2011) Language conflict, erasure, and transgression in linguistic landscapes: Russian in post-Soviet countries. Plenary address at the Georgetown University Linguistic Landscapes Symposium, Washington, DC, April 2011.

Pavlenko, A. (2011) Language rights versus speakers' rights in multilingual contexts. Invited lecture at the Institute for Multilingualism, University of Fribourg, Fribourg, Switzerland, March 2011.

Pavlenko, A. (2011) Analyzing narratives of bi- and multilingual speakers. Invited workshop, University of Fribourg, Switzerland, March 2011.