Reinhilde Pulinx is a researcher / PhD student in the Linguistics Deparment (Centre for Diversity and Learning), with a specialization in sociolinguistics. She is interested in multilingualism, diversity, poversty, migration and integration, citizenship. More specifically, her work examines dynamics of equal opportunities and social reproduction in educational contexts.
Currently, Reinhilde Pulinx is involved in research projects regarding Early Childhood Education and Care and education provisions for newly arrived migrant children.
Some publications of Reinhilde Pulinx:
- Pulinx R, Van Avermaet P. (2015). Integration in Flanders (Belgium). Citizenship as achievement. Journal of Language and Politics.
- Pulinx, R., Van Avermaet P. (2015). Linguistic Diversity and Education. Dynamic interactions between language education policies and teachers’ beliefs. A qualitative study in secondary schools in Flanders (Belgium). Revue Française de Linguistique Appliquée.
- Pulinx, R., Van Avermaet, P. & Agirdag, O. (2015). Silencing linguistic diversity: the extent, the determinants and consequences of the monolingual beliefs of Flemish Teachers. International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism