IMS sponsors a variety of scholarly events for the purpose of promoting exchange and development of ideas related to multilingualism and related research. our events include monthly talk series featuring cutting-edge multilingual research, panel discussions featuring groups of invited presenters discussing issues in multilingual research and practice, technical workshops that offer hands-on training in diverse techniques for data collection and analysis related to multilingual research, as well as conferences and symposia that address important dimensions of theory, research, and practice in multilingualism. You can view our current and past events by visiting our current and archive pages.
Advanced Research in Multilingualism Talk Series
This monthly talk series features overviews and discussions of cutting-edge multilingual research taking place at Georgetown University.
These sessions focus on issues in multilingual research and practice by featuring groups of invited presenters working collaboratively towards a common goal.
IMS technical workshops offer hands-on training in diverse techniques for data collection and analysis related to multilingual research.
“Localizing Research on Multilingualism” talk series
This series seeks to foster IMS members’ capacity to plan and conduct research on multilingualism that successfully builds on data collected in the greater DC area and with potential for social justice impact on the area. It features talks by experts from the local urban context of the nation’s Capital and surrounding urban area. They help IMS make connections between theorizing the particular and localizing the general when researching multilingualism in the brain, society, and schools.