What objects and phenomena should be considered “linguistic landscape,” upon what criteria, and with what considerations? What assumptions underpin your use of the designators “linguistic” and “landscape”?
What assumptions about the relationship between literacy, writing, and speech underlie your reading and interpretation of LL texts?
How do you approach, identify, demarcate sites for LL research?
What methodologies do you find appropriate for investigating the historical (as well as synchronic) dimensions of LL?
What ethical concerns attend your practices as LL researcher, your relationships with the people, communities, and places in which you work, and the textual representations you produce?
How does teaching inform and result from your practice as a researcher in/of linguistic landscape?
What intersections have you become aware of between your work and others, lines of investigation or action you've discovered that need further exploration, collaboration or projects you feel might be in the air?