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TOC: J of Multilingual & Multicultural Dev Vol24,No 5&6

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        1.    Kathryn King, Journal of Multilingual & Multicultural Development 24/5&6 2005


Message 1: Journal of Multilingual & Multicultural Development 24/5&6 2005

Date: 31-Jan-2005
From: Kathryn King <marketingmultilingual-matters.com>
Subject: Journal of Multilingual & Multicultural Development 24/5&6 2005


Publisher: Multilingual Matters
http://www.multilingual-matters.com/

Journal Title: Journal of Multilingual & Multicultural Development
Volume Number: 24
Issue Number: Nos 5&6
Issue Date: 2004


Subtitle: Discourses of Intercultural Identity in Britain, Germany and
Eastern Europe


Main Text:

Contents

Stefan Manz, Andreas Musolff, J.J. Long and Ljiljana Šaric:
Introduction: Discourses of Intercultural Identity in Britain, Germany and
Eastern Europe

Ingrid Hudabiunigg: The Otherness of Eastern Europe

Ljiljana Šaric: Balkan Identity: Changing Self-images of the South Slavs

Anna Zbierska-Sawala: The Conceptualisation of the European Union in Polish
Public Discourse, 2002-2003

Jörg Zinken: Metaphor Practices in the German Wende Discourse

Andreas Musolff: The Heart of the European Body Politic. British and
German Perspectives on Europe's Central Organ

Ruth Wittlinger: Perceptions of Germany and the Germans in Post-war Britain

Panikos Panayi: The Evolution of Multiculturalism in Britain and Germany: An
Historical Survey

Stefan Manz: Constructing a Normative National Identity: The Leitkultur Debate
in Germany, 2000/2001

Heidrun Kämper: Americanisation and the Discourse of Guilt in Germany, 1945-
1955

J.J. Long: Intercultural Identities in W.G. Sebald's The Emigrants and Norbert
Gstrein's Die englischen Jahre

Verena Jung: Writing Germany in Exile ? the Bilingual Author as Cultural
Mediator: Klaus Mann, Stefan Heym, Rudolf Arnheim and Hannah Arendt Annual
Index
2004



Linguistic Field(s): English
Sociolinguistics

Subject Language(s): None ()

Language Family(ies): None
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