Reference : Lusophone migration into Luxembourg
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Arts & humanities : Languages & linguistics
Migration and Inclusive Societies
http://hdl.handle.net/10993/50677
Lusophone migration into Luxembourg
English
Tavares, Bernardino mailto [University of Luxembourg > Faculty of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences (FHSE) > Department of Humanities (DHUM) >]
Dec-2021
9
No
Esch-Belval
Luxembourg
[en] Angola ; Cape Verdeans ; Brazilians ; former Portuguese colonies ; Guinea-Bissau ; Luxembourg ; lusophone ; migration ; Mozambique ; Portuguese
[en] This is the third research brief in the DisPOSEG Project. DisPOSEG stands for “Disentangling postcolonial encounters in globalisation: a sociolinguistic-ethnographic study of Lusophone migrant workers’ positioning in third space,” a three-year CORE project funded by the FNR, Luxembourg. This multi-sited project contributes to the fields of postcolonialism, migration studies, sociolinguistics and workplace studies by investigating language, history and migration from Portuguese-speaking countries (Portugal and its former colonies) into Luxembourg, with a focus on migrants’ social, linguistic and work interactions. It problematises the relation between concomitant populations of those countries that form this dichotomic colonial matrix of former coloniser and former colonised, and their descendants in Luxembourg, a geographical spaces traditionally perceived as non-colonial. In this third research brief we review lusophone migration into Luxembourg.
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http://hdl.handle.net/10993/50677
https://disposeg.wordpress.com/research-briefs/
https://drive.google.com/file/d/10xmDCGjJl-bTILNKMZC8mZRA1SPrHXwW/view?usp=sharing
FnR ; FNR14556610 > Bernardino Tavares > DisPOSEG > Disentangling Postcolonial Encounters In Globalisation: A Sociolinguistic-ethnographic Study Of Lusophone Migrant Workers' Positionings In Third Space > 01/04/2021 > 31/03/2024 > 2020

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