Invited Speakers

1. Agnes Weiyun He - The State University of New York at Stony Brook
 Living and Languaging across Territory and Time: Toward a Dynamic View of Linguistic Diaspora
2. Evangelia Adamou - French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS)
How diaspora shaped Romani throughout the centuries: From India, to Europe, and to the Americas
3. Silvia Pallini - LEM-Italia Association (European and Mediterranean Languages
Awakening memories - Narratives on the Albanian migration to Villa Badessa
4. Paolo Coluzzi - University of Malaya
Is reversing language shift a hopeless endeavour? - the case of minority and regional languages in Italy with a special focus on Lombard
5. Dhori Q. Qirjazi  / Doris K. Kyriazis - The Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
On the current state of Albanian varieties in Greece and Greek varieties in Albania: moving away from "scientific" misconceptions
6. Justyna Olko (Warsaw University) and Julia Sallabank (School of Oriental and African Studies, London)
Decolonising language revitalisation