Katrijn Maryns

Katrijn Maryns

Translation, Interpreting & Communication
Faculty of Arts and Philosophy

Website: http://www.vtc.ugent.be
Phone: +32 9 000 00 00

Research themes: Language | Identity | People 'on the move' | Policy & Law

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Katrijn Maryns was granted a PhD in Linguistics at Ghent University and is an Associate Professor in the Department of Translation, Interpreting and Communication, where she teaches multilingualism and interpreting courses. She is a member of the MULTIPLES Research Centre for Multilingual Practices and Language Learning in Society (Ghent University). Her linguistic-ethnographic research examines the role of discourse, multilingualism and linguistic inequality in institutional contexts of globalisation, with a particular focus on asylum and migration. She is the author of ‘The asylum speaker: Language in the Belgian asylum procedure’ (Routledge 2006), editor (with Philipp Angermeyer, York University) of the book series ‘Translation, Interpreting and Social Justice in a Globalised World' (Multilingual Matters), and she has published in various international peer-reviewed journals (Applied Linguistics, Language in Society, Journal of Sociolinguistics, Language & Communication).


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