Dominated Languages in the 21st Century


The Plurilingualism research unit at the University of Graz is happy to inform you about a newly founded peer reviewed publication series, the "Grazer Plurilingualismus Studien" (GPS). The series will bring forward both collections of papers as well as monograph-length publications. For the first issue of the series we invited all participants from the International Conference on Minority Languages XIV, held in Graz in September 2013, to submit papers. The contributions were reviewed by our international editorial board.

Series Editor: Dieter W. Halwachs, Barbara Schrammel-Leber

GPS 01
Dominated Languages in the 21st Century:
Papers from the International Conference on Minority Languages XIV

Graz 2015
Editors: Barbara Schrammel-Leber, Christina Korb
ISBN: 978-3-901600-38-8 | Length: 316 Seiten | Price: EUR 29.90

In September 2013 the 14th International Conference on Minority Languages was hosted by the Plurilingualism Research Unit of treffpunkt sprachen / University of Graz in collaboration with [spi╦Ék] – Sprache, Identität, Kultur and Pavel Haus / Pavlova hiša. The conference was held under the patronage of UNESCO. For three days researchers from various fields discussed recent findings, research approaches and challenges with respect to the conference topic “Dominated Languages in the 21st Century”. While ICML XIV continued the tradition of ICML to focus on the minority languages of Europe, the conference in Graz also tried to expand the scenery of ICML to the study of minority languages in other parts of the world. The present volume, which is an issue of the newly founded publication series Grazer Plurilingualismus Studien, illustrates the diversity of papers presented at the Graz conference, as it contains diverse sociolinguistic topics and methodological approaches, as well as studies on minority languages from different parts of the world.

Jelena Filipovic, Department of Iberian Studies, University of Belgrade, Serbia
Petteri Laihonen, University of Jyväskylä, Finland
Sara Brezigar, Institute for Ethnic Studies, Ljubljana, Slovenia
Simone Klinge, University of Graz, Austria
Jeroen Darquennes, University of Namur, Belgium
Durk Gorter, University of the Basque Country, Spain
Enrique Uribe-Jongbloed, Universidad de La Sabana, Chía, Colombia
Walter Schicho, University of Vienna, Austria
Heiko F. Marten, Tallinn University, Estonia
Elin Haf Gruffydd Jones, Aberystwyth University, Wales, United Kingdom
Anne Pauwels, SOAS, University of London, United Kingdom

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