The role of university in a Korean heritage language student's identity development. University of South Australia. 24 November 2023.
Park, M. Y. Shifting attitudes towards heritage language education and bilingualism among Vietnamese immigrant mothers in South Korea. International Symposium on Bilingualism. 25-29 June.
Park, M. Y. Language ideologies, misunderstanding, and marginalization among North Korean refugees in rural South Korea. American Association for Applied Linguistics. 18-21 March.
Park, M. Y. The role of identity in family language policy: The case of mixed-heritage families with Korean mothers in New Zealand. Paper accepted to present as part of the colloquium below at the ALANZ-ALAA-ALTAANZ conference. Wellington, 25-27 November. http://www.alanz2021.co.nz/
Colloquium title: Identity, language ideologies, and family language policy among indigenous, immigrant, and refugee families in New Zealand
Colloquium organizer: Mi Yung Park (University of Auckland)
Park, M. Y. Bidialectalism, language use and discrimination: Voices of North Korean refugees in South Korea. Paper accepted to present at the 11th World Congress of Korean Studies. The Academy of Korean Studies, Korea. 19-21 October 2022.
Colloquium title: Entangled language ideologies, multilingualism, and language policy in transnational/ethnic minority families
Colloquium co-organizers: Prem Phyak (Chinese University of Hong Kong) and Mi Yung Park (University of Auckland)
Park, M. Y., & Lee, H. COVID-19 and the construction of wuli (we): Marriage-migrant women and care discourses in South Korea. The American Association of Applied Linguistics (AAAL) Conference. Pittsburgh, PA. 19-22 March.
Park, M. Y. Conducting research in the Korean language community in New Zealand: 1.5-generation Korean-New Zealanders’ perceptions of bilingualism and identity. Korean Studies Association of Australasia (KSAA) Conference, 5 February 2022.