Returning to Isfahan

By November 23, 2011News

Returning to Isfahan | Language on the MoveAccording to a Persian saying Isfahan is nesf-e jahan (‘Half the World’). As some of our regular readers might recall, I visited ‘Half the World’ as part of the Language-on-the-Move Middle East Tour last year. In addition to delivering a guest lecture at Isfahan University, I also caught up with multilingual souvenir vendors in the city. A year on and I am delighted to be coming back for the 2nd ever Language-on-the-Move Workshop (the 1st one was at the University of Tehran)! I’m very much looking forward to seeing the many Language-on-the-Move team members based in Isfahan again and to meeting our many readers from that city. If you are in Isfahan on the 19th and 20th of Azar (=10th and 11th of December), mark your diaries!

Author Ingrid Piller

Dr Ingrid Piller is Professor of Applied Linguistics at Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia. Ingrid’s research expertise is in the fields of intercultural communication, bilingual education and the sociolinguistics of language learning and multilingualism in the contexts of migration and globalization.

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  • vahid

    Thank you so much, Prof Piller, for accepting our invitation.

  • khan

    Envy you Vahid

  • Golnaz

    Dear Prof piller ,

    Our pleasure having you here in Iran , But we will be more pleased if next year we see you also at Khorasgan University .

    hope to see you soon .

    P.S You words are seemed so Iranian ,I loved it .

  • Jenny Zhang

    I’m feeling jealous now. But I’ll patiently wait for Ingrid and all till next April.

    • Thanks, Jenny 🙂 See you in Sydney and Wuhan soon!

  • Hongyan

    I am jealous of you, Vahid. From the current situation, Kunming has to be very very patient to be in the waiting list of 2013!

    • Thank you, Hongyan, and everyone! You all make me feel so welcome 🙂 Having learned so much about Yunnan from your research, it has a special place in my heart already!

  • Tokyo is also waiting for you !!!

  • Shahrzad

    Dear Prof. Piller,

    I really enjoyed the first day of the workshop today and am impatiently waiting for the next two sessions! Thank you so much again.

  • said

    Your workshop in Isfahan was insightful,informative and motivating.I enjoyed it tremendously.
    I’m looking forward to see you in Iran soon again.

  • Dan

    Dear Prof. Piller,

    Thank you for your coming,for your tirelssness and your patience and also for sharing your research experience with us and giving us the key to the door of intercultural research.I really appreciate it.

  • Mehrnoosh

    Dear Professor Piller ,

    As one of participators in the workshop at University if Isfahan, I should thank you so much for your presence and nice lecture.I enjoied indeed.

  • Batoul

    Dear Professor Piller,

    I really enjoyed the Isfahan workshop! I learnt many good things! I hope to see you soon in Isfahan again!

    with very best wishes for you!

  • Shahla Simin

    Dear Prof. Piller,

    First of all, many thanks for the workshop you has at the University of Isfahan, This year with having this workshop we could benefit your experinces much more than last year which we all appreciated.

    Looking forward to meeting you next year 🙂
    Kindest Regards,
    Shahla

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