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  1. Negotiating and Contesting Identities in Linguistic Landscapes
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  3. The Languages of Urban Africa by Fiona McLaughlin | Waterstones
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The Languages of Urban Africa consists of a series of case studies that address four main themes. The first is the history of African urban languages.

Negotiating and Contesting Identities in Linguistic Landscapes

The second set focus on theoretical issues in the study of African urban languages, exploring the outcomes of intense multilingualism and also the ways in which urban dwellers form their speech communities. The volume then moves on to explore the relationship between language and identity in the urban setting. The final two case studies in the volume address the evolution of urban languages in Africa.

This rich set of chapters examine languages and speech communities in ten geographically diverse African urban centres, covering almost all regions of the continent. The second set focus on theoretical issues in the study of African urban languages, exploring the outcomes of intense multilingualism and also the ways in which urban dwellers form their speech communities.

Sociolinguistic Studies, Vol 10, No 1-2 (2016)

The volume then moves on to explore the relationship between language and identity in the urban setting. The final two case studies in the volume address the evolution of urban languages in Africa.

Altaic: Rise and Fall of a Linguistic Hypothesis

This rich set of chapters examine languages and speech communities in ten geographically diverse African urban centres, covering almost all regions of the continent. Half involve Francophone cities, the other half, Anglophone.

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This exciting volume shows us what the study of urban African languages can tell us about language and about African societies in general. Submissions are solicited for theme session presentations which should last for minutes with minutes for discussion maximum 30 minutes total. All submissions for presentations should be in line with the following abstract guidelines:.

The deadline for abstracts is July 01, Abstracts should be submitted to.

The Languages of Urban Africa by Fiona McLaughlin | Waterstones

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  4. How to find your way to Landau. History of LAUD. Past Symposia. Conference Proceedings. Scope and aims: This Symposium provides an interdisciplinary perspective on multilingual Africa as a linguistic, sociolinguistic and cultural arena, as well as an analysis of specific linguistic regions in various parts of the African continent.