Dr. Frances Giampapa is one of the Co-Directors of the Centre for Research on Globalisation, Education and Societies and she is one of the co-ordinators of an Applied Linguistic Network - Linguistnet (www.facebook.com/linguistnet.bristol). She is currently the Programme Co-ordinator for the MSc TESOL programme.
Her research interests continue to focus on the migration, language and identities nexus across multilingual contexts. This includes research on:
Productive Margins: Regulation for Engagement http://www.bristol.ac.uk/public-engagement/events/margins/
Negotiating Multilingual Identities in Migrant Professional Contexts http://www.wun.ac.uk/resources
Skilled Migration and Global English: Language, Development ...
Dr. Frances Giampapa is a Lecturer in Education (TESOL/Applied Linguistics), specialising in Critical - Sociolinguistics and Applied Linguistics. She graduated from the University of Western Australia with a B.A. Honours in Linguistics, and a Masters in Italian Linguistics for which she was awarded an Australian Postgraduate Research Award & the M.A.K. Halliday scholarship in Applied Linguistics. She then studied Second Language Education/Applied Linguistics at OISE/University of Toronto, winning an Ontario Graduate Scholarship for her doctoral research on Italian Canadian youth and the negotiation of identities: The discourse of Italianità,language and the spaces of identity ...
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