Search Results Summary: Matching titles: 110 of 12

Browse trail:

Linguistic Diversity and Language Rights

Series Editor:
Tove Skutnabb-Kangas (Roskilde University, Denmark)
Click here to visit Dr Skutnabb-Kangas' homepage.

Consulting Advisory Board:
François Grin, University of Geneva, Switzerland
Kathleen Heugh, University of South Australia, Australia
Miklós Kontra, Josef Attila University, Hungary
Robert Phillipson, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark

The series seeks to promote multilingualism as a resource, the maintenance of linguistic diversity, and development of and respect for linguistic human rights worldwide through the dissemination of theoretical and empirical research. The series encourages interdisciplinary approaches to language policy, drawing on sociolinguistics, education, sociology, economics, human rights law, political science, as well as anthropology, psychology, and applied language studies. Publications analysing successful attempts to promote linguistic diversity and theoretical analyses of alternative paradigms in conceptualising and implementing change in language policy are welcomed.

Proposals are welcomed and should be sent to Tommi Grover. Please read our notes about how to submit a book proposal.