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Vol 5, No 2 (2017): Legitimate Speakers in Contested Spaces

a special issue, guest-edited by Livi Yoshioka-Maxwell (St. Olaf College) and Jonathon Repinecz (George Mason University)

Table of Contents


Acknowledgements PDF
Jonathon Repinecz, Livi Yoshioka-Maxwell 1
Introduction: Legitimate Speakers in Contested Spaces PDF
William Heidenfeldt 2–9


French Heritage Language Learning: A Site of Multilingual Identity Formation, Cultural Exploration, and Creative Expression in New York City PDF
Maya Angela Smith 10–38
Multiculturalism from the inside out: Occitan and Toulouse PDF
Elyse Ritchey 39–63
Silent Multilingualism: Language Politics in the Mediterranean PDF
Celine Piser 64–86
From Bozal to Mulata: a Sociolinguistic Analysis of the Black African Female Slave in Early Modern Spanish Theater PDF
Antonio M Rueda 87–110
Playful Pedagogy and Polemic Bilingualism in the Contemporary Argentine Memoir of Immigration: Mario Castells’ El mosto y la queresa (2012) PDF
Juan Caballero 111–128
Trembling in the House of Time: Linguistic Re-appropriation through Self-translation in Juan Gelman’s dibaxu PDF
Brandon Rigby 129–148
“Un créole extrêmement vivace”: Linguistic Identity and Belonging in Bessora’s 53 cm PDF
Livi Yoshioka-Maxwell 149–177
“The Facets of our Diglossia”: Native Speakers as Multilingual Storytellers PDF
Jonathon Repinecz 178–207