Olga Solovova is a member of the Humanities, Migrations and Peace Studies Research Group. MA in Descriptive Linguistics (Sociolinguistics and Sociology of Language), PhD in Modern Languages and Literatures (Sociolinguistics), University of Coimbra, Portugal. Her PhD thesis examines language-in-education policies in Portugal that sustain the existence of complementary schools for Eastern European immigrant children, looks at the spaces for languages other than dominant ones provided in the language and migration policies of the Portuguese state, European legislation, and in that of post-Soviet states. Her research interests include language ideologies and policies, discursive construction of cultural identity in multilingual societies, as well as multilingual and biliterate literacy practices.
November 24 and 25, 2017, 9h00