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Department of Translation, Interpreting and Communication
Projects as PhD researcher
Language and employability. A sociolinguistic ethnography of the activation of migrant job seekers in Flanders
Most recent publications
De Graeve, Katrien, and Sibo Kanobana. “Black Identity-Making in Flanders : Discourses and Cultural Practices among Transracial Adoptive Families and Black Native Speakers of Flemish.”
Adoption and Multiculturalism : Europe, the Americas, and the Pacific
, edited by Jenny Heijun Wills et al., University of Michigan Press, 2020.
Van Hoof, Sarah, et al. “’If They Could, They Would Put Them on a Drip with Dutch’ : Language Learning and the Professional Integration of Migrants in Flanders.”
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF THE SOCIOLOGY OF LANGUAGE
, vol. 264, 2020, pp. 73–94, doi:10.1515/ijsl-2020-2094.
Kanobana, Sibo. “No Race at Work? A Metapragmatic Perspective on Ethnicity in a Training for Security Officers.”
16th International Pragmatics Conference (IPRA), Proceedings
, International Pragmatics Association (IPrA), 2019.
Kanobana, Sibo. “I Love a (Racialized) Man in a Uniform : Gender, Sexuality, Ethnicity and Language in the Legitimization of Security Work in Brussels Metro.”
Lavender Languages & Linguistics
, vol. 26, 2019.
Kanobana, Sibo. “Een Onbenullige Vlaming in Belgisch-Congo. ‘Ik, Blanke Kaffer’ van Paul Brondeel.”