Towards a Linguistics of History in Medieval and Early Modern Spain: The Ideological Implications of Historians’ Linguistic Views and Practices
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Hidden language 'battles' in the diaspora: Linguistic identities and ideologies towards home and host languages among Pakistanis in Barcelona Sabaté Dalmau, Maria (John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2020-10-05)Following a critical sociolinguistics approach to language maintenance in the diaspora, this paper investigates interplaying linguistic identities and ideologies towards home and host languages among four case-study ...
Gloël, Matthias (Edicions de la Universitat de Lleida, 2017)This study is dedicated to the use of the biblical figure Tubal in early modern Iberian chronicles. The focus will be centered on how it is used in different ways in the different kingdoms (Castile, Aragon, Catalonia, ...
Robert Portass, The Village World of Early Medieval Northern Spain: Local Community and the Land Market Sabaté, Flocel (University of Chicago, 2020)Ressenya del llibre: The Village World of Early Medieval Northern Spain: Local Community and the Land Market / Robert Portass. Woodbridge, UK: Boydell Press for the Royal Historical Society, 2017