On April 26 2019, a workshop was organized on Multilingual Writing at the University of Gothenburg. The workshop contained the following presentations:
Mark Sebba, Lancaster University: The origins of multilingual writing: or, why write multilingually?
Michelle Waldispühl, University of Gothenburg: “Heterographia”: The practice of mixing writing practices in historical sources
Alessandro Palumbo, Oslo University: Language switching and script mixing: Multilingual landscapes of medieval Scandinavia.
Tove Rosendal, University of Gothenburg: Signs of Change – below the multilingual surface in urban Rwanda
Johan Järlehed, University of Gothenburg: “Mas ke letras”: Orthographic and typographic differentiation in bilingual displays in Galicia and the Basque Country