Maria Rosa Garrido Sardą

Maria Rosa Garrido Sardà, (mariarosa.garridosarda@unifr.ch),is a member of the CIEN research group in the Department de Filologia Anglesa i de Germanística at Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. She is currently  a post-doc researcher at the Institute of Multilingualism, University of Fribourg. Her on-going project "Humanitarians on the move" (2015-16), directed by Prof. Dr. Alexandre Duchêne, explores language, mobility and identity in the trajectories of skilled workers who cross linguistic and national borders for humanitarian work. Her main research interests include language, mobilities and social exclusion; the sociolinguistic construction of transnational identities in international NGOs and social movements; multilingualism in globalised workplaces and plurilingual approaches & multilingualism in non-formal and voluntary language education. Her recent PhD dissertation (UAB, 2014), supervised by Dr. Eva Codó, is a multi-sited, critical sociolinguistic ethnography of a transnational social movement called Emmaus.  Personal page on Academia.edu  

Publications

  • Garrido, Maria Rosa (accepted, 2018). Storytelling practices in the construction of sameness in a transnational social movement. In Adriana Patiño-Santos and Ana María Relaño-Pastor (Eds.), Storytelling in Globalized Spaces: A Linguistic Ethnographic Perspective. Special Issue of International Journal of the Sociology of Language. 
  • Sabaté Dalmau, Maria; Garrido, Maria Rosa & Codó, Eva (2017). Language-mediated Services for Migrants: Monolingualist Institutional Regimes and Translinguistic User Practices. In Suresh Canagarajah (Ed.), The Routledge Handbook of Migration and Language. London: Routledge.
  • Garrido, Maria Rosa (2017). Multilingualism and cosmopolitanism in the construction of a humanitarian elite. In Adam Jaworski and Crispin Thurlow (Eds.), Elite discourse: The rhethorics of status and privilege, Special Issue of Social Semiotics, 27 (3): 359-369. 
  •  Garrido, Maria Rosa & Codó, Eva (2017). Deskilling and delanguaging African migrants in Barcelona: Pathways of labour market incorporation and the value of "global" English. Globalisation, Societies and Education, 15 (1): 29-49. 
  • Garrido, Maria Rosa (2016). «The homeless charity that works »: A critical sociolinguistic analysis of charity discourses and English-only ideologies in Emmaus London. In Mi-Cha Flubacher, Catherine Diederich & Philipp Dankel (Eds.), New perspectives in empirical linguistics: Studies from young researchers in Switzerland, Special Issue of Bulletin Suisse de Linguistique Apliquée, 104: 9-26.   
  • Garrido, Maria Rosa & Moore, Emilee (2016). “We can speak we do it our way”: Linguistic ideologies in Catalan adolescents’ language biography raps. In Emilee Moore, Maria Rosa Garrido & Cristina Aliagas (Eds.) Hip Hop, language and identity: Bridging organic learning and institutional learning spaces, Special Issue of Linguistics and Education. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.linged.2016.07.006
  • Aliagas, Cristina; Garrido, Maria Rosa & Moore, Emilee (2016). Hip Hop, language and identity: Bridging organic learning and institutional learning spaces. In Emilee Moore, Maria Rosa Garrido & Cristina Aliagas (Eds.) Hip Hop, language and identity: Bridging organic learning and institutional learning spaces, Special Issue of Linguistics and Education.http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.linged.2016.08.001
  • Garrido, Maria Rosa & Oliva, Xavier. 2015. A multilingual, collaborative and functional literacy approach to Catalan language learning in a voluntary settlement project. In: Simpson, James & Whiteside, Anne (Eds.), Adult language education and migration: Challenging agendas in policy and practice (pp.94-106). London: Routledge.
  • Garrido, Maria Rosa. 2014. Emmaus as a transnational imagined community: Language, interdiscursivity and stratification in a social movement. Unpublished PhD Thesis: Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. TDX: http://www.tdx.cat/handle/10803/285359
  • Garrido, Maria Rosa & Codó, Eva. 2014. Deskilling and delanguaging African migrants in Barcelona: Pathways of labour market incorporation and the vlaue of "global" English. Globalisation, Societies and Education. 
  • Codó, Eva & Garrido, Maria Rosa. 2014. Shifting discourses of migrant incorporation at a time of crisis: Understanding the articulation of language and labour in the Catalan non-governmental sector. International Journal of Multilingualism, 11 (4), pages 389-408.
  • Garrido, Maria Rosa. 2013. La gestió del multilingüisme en els serveis d’acollida de les ONG: un estudi de cas. In Vila, F. Xavier i Salvat, E. (Eds.), Noves immigracions i llengües. Barcelona: MRR.
  • Garrido, Maria Rosa. 2010. ’If you slept in Catalunya you know that here it’s a paradise’: Multilingual Practices and Ideologies in a Residential Project for Migrants. Unpublished MA thesis: Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona.
  • Codó, Eva & Garrido, Maria Rosa. 2010. Ideologies and practices of multilingualism in bureaucratic and legal advice encounters. In Márquez-Reiter, R. & L. Martin Rojo (eds.) Sociolinguistic and pragmatic aspects of institutional discourse: Service encounters in multilingual and multicultural contexts, Special Issue of Sociolinguistic Studies 4 (2): 297-332.

  • Garrido, Maria Rosa. 2010. Tensions ideològiques sobre "la llengua d’acollida" en un projecte residencial per a migrants. Llengua, societat i comunicació 8: 9-26.



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