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Name: Ghislain  Potriquet
Institution: Université de Strasbourg
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State and/or Country: France   
Linguistic Field(s): Sociolinguistics
Specialty: Language policies and language rights
Selected Publications: 2006 “Towards a Multilingual Citizenship? Another Look at the History of Language Minority Rights in the United States” in Turi, Joseph, Jie Wang et Jinzhi Su (ed.). Law, Language and Linguistic Diversity. Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference of the International Academy of Linguistic Law. Beijing: Law Press China.

2008 « Implementing the American Bilingual Tradition: an Assessment of the Last Four Decades », Ranam, n°42, p. 149-162.

2009 La Politique Linguistique de l'Etat de New York (PhD diss.)

2009 « Les paradoxes de l'éducation bilingue aux États-Unis », in MOREL, Maia (dir), Parcours interculturels : Être et devenir, Côte Saint-Luc (Québec), Éditions Peisaj, pp. 163-172.

2013 'L’histoire comme précédent dans l’arrêt Dred Scott v. Sandford' in Représentations, la revue éléctronique du CEMRA (2013)
Courses Taught: Thomas Paine: one man, three revolutions.
A history of American expansionism.
American institutions and politics today.
The history of the US Constitution from the Revolution to the New Deal.
The politics of the Counter Culture.
Dissertation Abstract: La Politique Linguistique de l'Etat de New York/The Language Policy of New York
Reviewer of: Paths to Post-Nationalism: A Critical Ethnography of Language and Identity (LL Issue 22.2826)
Accented America (LL Issue 23.2831)
Language Policies and (Dis)Citizenship (LL Issue 25.3394)

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