‘The Bilingual Revolution: the Future of Education is in two Languages’ is the title of the talk that will take place on Thursday 23 February at 4.00pm., at the Aula ex Cataloghi Lignei of the Department of (Arts &) Humanities of the University of Naples Federico II.

The speaker, Fabrice Jaumont, is a linguist and education advisor, with more than 25 years of experience in international education and the development of bilingual and multilingual programmes. He is currently Education Attaché for the Embassy of France to the United States (New York), Adjunct Professor at New York University & Baruch College (New York), where he teaches International Higher Education: Policies and Practices. He is also Senior Research Fellow at the Fondation Maison des Sciences de l’Homme in Paris and the President of CALEC (Center for the Advancement of Languages, Education and Communities, New York/Paris) and author of the volume The Bilingual Education: the Future of Education is in two languages, TBR Books, New York, 2017.

In recognition of his various involvements in education and culture, in 2012 Fabrice Jaumont was appointed Chevalier dans l’order des Palmes académiques by the French Government and in 2016 he was awarded the Prix de la diversité culturelle by the Organisation internationale de la Francophonie and the Committee of French-speaking Ambassadors to the United Nations.

This talk is part of the activities for Research and Third Mission of the Department of (Arts &) Humanities of the University of Naples Federico II, within the Neapolitan Branch of Bilingualism Matters (https://www.bilingualism-matters.org) and will illustrate the experience and outcomes of current work on multilingual education in the United States.


Zoom: https://bit.ly/3YCR5GJ

Meeting ID: 824 3441 2330

Passcode: 677925

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