The conference will focus on language policy and language planning issues in the countries of the Mediterranean basin.
The Mediterranean has long been considered as a unitary space on historical, sociological and cultural grounds. This conference aims to explore how unity or singularity is witnessed in language policy and language planning by bringing together specialists from various parts of the Mediterranean world. Special emphasis will be given to the dynamics of the relation between macro and micro perspectives in LPLP, to the interaction between national and local objectives and to new developments or insights that the study and comparative work on LPLP in the Mediterranean societies bring about. This conference particularly welcomes contributions from the Euro-Mediterranean countries.
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