Contents: Ursula Schaefer: Linguistics, Ideology and the Discourse of Linguistic Nationalism: Some Preliminary Remarks
– Andrew James Johnston: «Rum, Ram, Ruf»: Chaucer and Linguistic Whig History – Göran Wolf: The ‘Language of the bravest,
wisest, most powerful, and respectable Body of People’: The Discourse on Language and Nation in 18th-Century Grammars of English
– Stephanie Hackert: Of Old and New Anglo-Saxons: The Native Speaker and Nationalism in English-Speaking Countries – Tom Shippey:
Philological Triumphs, Ideological Failures – Hans-Martin Gauger: Nationalism as a Factor in the Birth of Linguistics and
Nationalism in Linguistic Criticism – Claudia Lange: «Hindi Never, English Ever»: Language Nationalism and Linguistic Conflicts
in Modern India – Karl Maroldt: Ideological Bends in the Creolization Debate – Gavin Falconer: A Second National Language?
Substrate and Standard in Irish Parliamentary Transcription.