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Minority languages in Europe

Minority languages in Europe (Paperback)

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Minority languages are part of Europe's shared cultural heritage and there is a broad consensus that it is important to protect and encourage linguistic and cultural diversity during the process of continuing European integration. This volume illustrates the intellectually productive debate on the current status of minority languages within a "Europe of the regions", the future prospects for minority languages in the continuing process of European integration, and the effectiveness of current national and European frameworks in ensuring future linguistic and cultural diversity.

KARL CORDELL Principal Lecturer in Politics, University of Plymouth, UK DIETER W. HALWACHS Assistant Professor at the Institute for Linguistics, University of Grazm, Austria KRISTIN HENRARD is Associate Professor, Erasmus University Rotterdam, The Netherlands STEPHEN MAY is Foundation Professor and Chair of Language and Literacy Education in the Arts and Language Department, School of Education, University of Waikato, New Zealand MAIREAD NIC CRAITH is Professor of European Culture and Society at the University of Ulster, Northern Ireland CARMEN MILLAN-VARELA Lecturer in Applied Linguistics, Centre for English Language Studies, University of Birmingham, UK CAMILLE O'REILLY Lecturer in Social Anthropology at Richmond, the American International University in London, UK JOHN PACKER is Professor of Law and Director of the Human Rights Centre at the University of Essex, UK VANESSA PUPAVAC Lecturer in Politics, University of Nottingham, UK GRAHAM H. TURNER is Chair of Interpreting& Translation Studies at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh, Scotland and Director of the Centre for Translation and Interpreting Studies in Scotland

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