Hiztun Aktiboak Unibertsitatean #1: Nazioarteko Ibilbideak

Grabaketa data: 01/05/2015
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Margaret Bullen-en (UPV/EHU) eta Mikael Karlsson-en (U. of Iceland) arteko elkarrizketa

Maggie eta Mike: bi akademiko, irakasle eta ikertzaile, unibertsitate kudeaketan ere lan egin dutenak. Antropologoa eta filosofoa. Ingelesa lehen hizkuntza izan arren, biek ikasi eta egunero erabiltzen dute ustez “txikia” den beste hizkuntza bat, unibertsitate eleanitz batean: islandiera, Mikeren kasuan; euskara, Maggierenean. Biak elkartu dira Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatean, Filosofia eta Hezkuntza Zientzien Fakultatean, beren eskarmentuaz hitz egiteko. Solasaldi honetan hainbat gai garrantzitsu jorratuko dituzte: besteak beste, hizkuntzak nola eta zergatik ikasi, Islandiaren eta Euskal Herriaren arteko antzekotasunak eta ezberdintasunak, Europan hizkuntza eskubideak nola ulertu eta babestu, ingelesaren aurrean hizkuntza aniztasuna nola defendatu, hizkuntza gutxituen status publikoa eta gizarteari ekarpena, irakasle elebidunak ahalduntzeko trikimailuak, ikerkuntza ebaluatzeko sistemak eta irakaskuntza hobetzeko proposamenak...

Maggie (Margaret) Bullen is a social anthropologist born in the UK, living in the Basque Country since 1991 and works at the University of the Basque Country since 2005. She graduated in Modern Languages (Bristol, 1987), discovering social anthropology during her postgraduate studies, first in Peru and then in the Basque Country. Her interests in migration, identity, language and change have remained a constant ever since. She is the author of Basque Gender Studies (U of Nevada Press, 2003). Since she’s been in the Basque Country her research interests have increasingly incorporated a feminist perspective, and her geographical area of study has shifted from Peru to Euskal Herria. She is fluent in Basque and Spanish.

Mike (Mikael M.) Karlsson is an Icelandic philosopher born in New York City and educated in the USA. He emigrated to Reykjavík in the early 1970s and began an academic career at the University of Iceland, where he was instrumental in building up the newly established Department of Philosophy, eventually becoming Full Professor of Philosophy in 1995 and retiring as Emeritus Professor in 2013 (although he continues to teach and write). From 2003 to 2006 he served as founding Dean of the Faculty of Law and Social Sciences at the University of Akureyri. He has been very active in fostering staff and student exchanges all over Europe. He has authored a modest corpus of articles in Philosophy, with emphases in Philosophy of Law, Moral Philosophy, Philosophy of Mind and Action, and selected areas in the history of Western (and Ancient Chinese) philosophy. He is fluent in Icelandic and gets along haltingly French.

Keywords: eleaniztasuna, elebitasuna, euskara, ingelesa, islandiera, Islandia, Euskal Herria, unibertsitatea, ahalduntze, irakaskuntza, ikerkuntza, lingua franca, Europa


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Hiztun Aktiboak Unibertsitatean #1: Nazioarteko Ibilbideak
Margaret Bullen-en (UPV/EHU) eta Mikael Karlsson-en (U. of Iceland) arteko elkarrizketa
1/05/2015