Language Policies, Intercultural Antagonisms and Dialogue
Edited By Kamal Salhi
Contributors Farid Aitsiselmi is Lecturer in French Studies at the University of Bradford where he teaches French language and linguistics. His research interests include sociolinguistics and language in contemporary France with special reference to the North African migrant population. He has edited : Black Blanc Beur: Youth umguage and Identity in France (Interface: Bradford Studies in Language. Culture and Society. Issue 5. 2000). Nigel Armstrong teaches French and sociolinguistics in the Department of French at the University of Leeds. All current research projects focus on variation in the spoken French of the Hexagon. He has recently authored Social and Stylistic Variation in Spoken French: A Comparative Approach (John Benjamins, 200 I) and co-edited with Kate Beeching and Cecile Bauvois. La langue frall(;aise au jeminin. Le sexe et le genre a.ffectent-ils Ia variationlinguistique? (l'Harmattan. 2001 ). Malak Badrawi is part-time Lecturer of Middle East history at the Institute of Arabic and Islamic Studies at the University of Exeter. Her field of specialisation is modem Egypt. She has authored. Ismail Sidqi 1875-1950: Pragmatism and Vision in Twentieth Celltury Egypt (Curzon, 1996) and Political Violence in Egypt in 1910-1925 (Curzon, 2000). Peter Brown is Senior Lecturer in French at the Australian National University, Can- berra. His research interests are in French literature and Ia jrancophonie, particularly concerning the Pacific. For the past decade he has been the Australian correspondent for L'Amu!e Francophone flltemationale and is currently a member of the Asia-Pacific Obsermtoire du Frmu;ais, a project of the Agence Universitaire de Ia...
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