Legitimisation and Power

 The following is a list of members' recent publications  which specifically address the theme of 'new speakers.'

Absillis K. & J. Jaspers. (2016). Beware of the weeds. Reconsidering Flemish purism as a utopian discourse. International Journal of the Sociology of Language 242, 1-24.

Brennan, S. C., & Costa, J. (2016). The Indexical Reordering of Language in Times of Crisis: Nation, Region, and the Rebranding of Place in Shetland and Western Ireland. Signs & Society, 4(S1), 106–137.

Brennan, S., Danson, M. & O’Rourke, B. (2016). “Selling a Language to Save it? The Business-Oriented Promotion of Gaelic and Irish.” In W. McLeod, A. Gunderloch, & R. Dunbar (Eds.), Cànan & Cultar (Language and Culture): Rannsachadh na Gàidhlig 8. Edinburgh: Dunedin Academic Press, pp. 205-221.

Cioè-Peña, M., Moore, E., Martín Rojo, L. (2016). The Burden of ‘Nativeness’: Four Plurilingual Student-Teachers’ Stories. Bellaterra journal of teaching and learning language and literature

Costa, J. (2016). Introduction : Penser Les Langues Régionales Dans L’enseignement Bilingue. In Education Bilingue En France: Politiques Linguistiques, Modèles et Pratiques, edited by Jürgen Erfurt and Christine Hélot. Frankfurt am Main, Bern & Berlin: Peter Lang. 

Hornsby M. (2016). Lemko linguistic identity: Contested pluralities. Language Documentation and Conservation in Europe 9: 13-25. 

Hornsby M. (2016). 'Varieties of Variation in a Very Small Place' Revisited: Some Considerations from Wilamowice. In: Olko, Justyna; Wicherkiewicz, Tomasz; Borges, Robert (eds.)  Integral Strategies for Language Revitalization. Warsaw: University of Warsaw, 81-90.

Hornsby M. (2016). Du shtetl à la ville: à la recherche d’un yiddish (presque) perdu (From the shtetl to the city: looking for an (almost) lost variety of Yiddish). Droit et Cultures: Les langues autochtones dans la cité 72(2): 227-240. 

Hornsby M. and Rosiak, K. (2016). Motivational Factors in the Acquisition of Welsh in Poland. Studia Celtica Posnaniensia 1: 57-72.

Jaspers, J. (2016). Diglossia and beyond. In: O. García, N. Flores & M. Spotti (eds), The Oxford Handbook of Society and Language. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 

Jaspers J. (2017). Language education policy and sociolinguistics. Toward a new critical engagement. In: Tollefson & Perez-Milans (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Language Policy and Planning. 

Jaspers J. (2017). Double-edged valorizations of urban heteroglossia. In: P. Van Avermaet, S. Sierens, S. Slembrouck & K. Maryns (Eds.), The multilingual edge of education. Palgrave Macmillan. 

Martín Rojo, L. y Rodríguez, L.R. (2016). Muda lingüística y movilidad social. Trayectorias de jóvenes migrantes hacia la universidad. Discurso y Sociedad, vol. 10(1), pp. 100-133. 

O’Rourke, B., Pujolar, J., & Ramallo, F. (2015). New speakers of minority languages: the challenging opportunity. Special issue of the International Journal for the Sociology of Language. January 2015. Vol. 231. 1-20. ISSN: 1613-3668. DOI 10.1515/ijsl-2014-0029.

O’Rourke, B., & Pujolar, J. (2015). New speakers and processes of new speakerness across time and space. Applied Linguistics Review, 6(2), 145–150. doi:10.1515/applirev-2015-0007

Pujolar, J., & Puigdevall, M. (2015). Linguistic mudes: how to become a new speaker in Catalonia. International Journal of the Sociology of Language, 2015(231), 167–187. doi:10.1515/ijsl-2014-0037 

Roger, Geoffrey & De Bres, J. (2017). Langues de France et Charte européenne des langues régionales et minoritaires : inventaire critique des arguments anti-ratification (2014-2015). Sociolinguistic Studies 

Smith-Christmas, C.  (2016). Regression on the Fused Lect Continuum?:  Discourse Markers in Scottish Gaelic-English Speech. Journal of Pragmatics, 94, 64-75 

Smith-Christmas, C. (2016).  'Is it really for talking?:'  The implications of associating a minority language with the school.  Language, Culture, and Curriculum, 30 (1), 32-47.