Agency in Language Policy and Planning: Critical Inquiries Jeremie Bouchard and Gregory Paul Glasgow (eds) (2019)

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https://doi.org/10.1558/sols.21677

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Language Policy and Planning, Agency, Structure

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Agency in Language Policy and Planning: Critical Inquiries Jeremie Bouchard and Gregory Paul Glasgow (eds) (2019) New York and London: Routledge. Pp 322 ISBN: 9780367732271 (pbk) ISBN: 9781138316188 (hbk) ISBN: 9780429455834 (eBook)

Author Biography

Anik Nandi, University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU), Spain and Alliance University

Anik Nandi holds a PhD in Languages and Intercultural Studies from Heriot-Watt University, UK. Nandi specialises in language policy and literacy practices in multilingual settings. Dr. Nandi is currently a Visiting Researcher at the Leiden University Centre for Linguistics (LUCL), The Netherlands. In addition to his current role at LUCL, Anik also works as a Senior Research Associate at the Royal Galician Academy of Language (Spain) and as a Research collaborator at the research centre affiliated to the UNESCO Chair on World Language Heritage at Bilbao (Spain). Prior to this (2017-19), he worked as a Research Fellow at Queen’s University Belfast, Northern Ireland. His research papers appeared in many prestigious international journals such as Multilingua, Language Policy, Current Issues in Language Planning, Spanish Journal of Applied Linguistics, Language and Migration and the Russian Journal of Linguistics to name a few.    

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2022-11-22

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Nandi, A. (2022). Agency in Language Policy and Planning: Critical Inquiries Jeremie Bouchard and Gregory Paul Glasgow (eds) (2019). Sociolinguistic Studies, 16(2-3), 361–367. https://doi.org/10.1558/sols.21677