The Greek language in Europe 


A. Introduction: Theoretical issues

  • 1. a. Attitudes towards multilingualism, A.-F. Christidis
  • 1. b. Linguistic homogeneity-linguistic diversity, A.-F. Christidis
  • 2. Multilingualism and small languages - minorities in the future Europe, P. H. Nelde
  • 3. Dominant and dominated languages in the E.U., U. Ammon
  • 4. “Big” and “small” in E.U. language policy, Ε. Mac Aogain
  • 5. E.U. language policy concerning regional and minority languages, O. Profili
  • 6. European language policy: Theory and practice, V. Tokatlidou
  • 7. Language policies in Europe: The role of the European Council, C. Truchot
  • 8. Language dynamics and lesser used languages in the E.U., M. Karyolemou

Β. The place of Greek: Issues on education, translation, standardization, etc.

  • 1. Greek as a minority language in Western Europe: “strong” or “weak”?, A. Hatzidaki
  • 2. Greek students in Belgium and France between the “strong” French and the “weak” Greek languages. Findings of an empirical research project, M. Damanakis
  • 3. The challenge of the hegemony of the host language by the immigration-language. A fragile equilibrium between French and Greek in the communication among the Greeks in Paris, G Androulakis
  • 4. The Greek-Cypriot community in Great Britain, M. Karyolemou
  • 5. Translation as a means of supporting the “weak” languages, E. Sella
  • 6. European language planning and written form of Modern Greek, E. Karantzola
  • 7. Modern Greek vocabulary and European linguistic pluralism, A. Anastasiadi-Symeonidi

C. Perspectives-suggestions

  • 1. The promise and threat of English as a “European” language, R. Phillipson
  • 2. National languages and European koine, Ch.. G. Lazos
  • 3. Perspectives for the Greek language within the E.U., Ch. Paparizos
  • 4. European language policy, francophonie and the future of the Greek language, Μ. Karyolemou

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