“Every time I learn something new, it pushes the old stuff out!” -Homer Simpson

Research area: Language planning and policy

Current research reads:

Paraguayan language policy: a sociolinguistic and post-colonial perspective
Shaw N. Gynan, Western Washington University

National language planning, why (not)?
Bente Bakmand

Socio-economic aspects of language policies: an Australian perspective
Mariel Tisdell, The University of Queensland

Paper length: 2,000 words

due: tomorrow

ironically, there is a little something about our own national language planning initiatives in today’s news.

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