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The language practices that inspire secrecy: Reflections on closet-enforcing discourse in queer and trans linguistics Kira HALL (University of Colorado Boulder) This presentation draws from my early research on the use of secret languages” by the marginalized hijra and koti communities in India (Hall 1997, 2005) before turning the lens on US academia, where scholars working… Poursuivre la lecture 4. Résumé | Abstract

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Queer slang and the mediatization of national belonging in Israel Erez LEVON (University of Bern) Queer slang varieties often serve as anti-languages (Halliday 1976), ways in which to symbolically enact separate and even “secret” subcultures in which distinct sets of norms and values operate (e.g., Baker 2002; Boellstorff 2004; Msibi 2013). In this talk, I consider what can happen when queer slang varieties become… Poursuivre la lecture 3. Résumé | Abstract

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Lóxoro, a Peruvian genderlect from a Dynamic Linguistics perspective Luis Miguel ROJAS-BERSCIA (Radboud Universiteit) Lóxoro, also known as Húngaro, is a Peruvian genderlect mainly used by gay and transgender communities in Peru. Its use became quite popular in the late 90s and early 2000s, first due to the use of the lect in comedy shows and later… Poursuivre la lecture 2. Résumé | Abstract

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Generational change in isiNgqumo Thabo MSIBI (University of KwaZulu-Natal) & Stephanie RUDWICK (University of Hradec Králové) IsiNgqumo represents a variety of the Zulu language spoken primarily by African men in KwaZulu-Natal who have sex with men. It is also a multidimensional, discursive medium responsible for the subversive construction of identities. While this has always been the case, the past decades have seen… Poursuivre la lecture 1. Résumé | Abstract

What is PRALASE?

The colloquium PRALASE ”Secret” Language Practices: gender, sexuality, race, language (which will be held in Paris) aims at discussing intersectional language-based researches focusing on “secret” language practices from the main perspectives of queer linguistics and raciolinguistics. PRALASE will focus on language practices emerging out of linguistic ressources and linguistic repertoires of individuals and communities falling… Poursuivre la lecture What is PRALASE?

Qu’est-ce que PRALASE ?

La JE internationale PRALASE (Pratiques langagières « secrètes » : genre, sexualité, race, langage) a pour objectif d’offrir un espace de discussion et de réflexion concernant les approches intersectionnelles en lien avec des pratiques langagières dites « secrètes ». Cette journée sera l’occasion de réfléchir aux pratiques langagières en dehors des relations normées de genre ou de sexualité, mais… Poursuivre la lecture Qu’est-ce que PRALASE ?

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