PhD - Teacher and researcher
Université de Toulouse 3
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Modification Date28 September 2021
years, I have been researching on societal issues in teaching-learning
languages and on how a given language, seen as guide to understand culture (Edward
Sapir), may also become a way to challenge one’s native semiotic world(s). Gender
awareness may then be articulated to ethical and intercultural issues when considering English as a global language in the workplace. Empowering students
through an intersectional approach of discriminations aims at promoting a Culture
of Peace, which at the heart of both the European Framework (European Council) and the United Nations.
Teaching gender-sensitive English as a foreign language through databases: local practices and beyondThe Netherlands : AtGender