Languages and Culture in History
Cover illustration from Francophonie en Orient, Mathilde Kang: Our Lady of Victory Catholic Church (Wanghailou Church), Tianjin, China Source: Library of Congress, Prints & Photographs Division LC-DIG-ggbain-09940
Series editors

Willem Frijhoff, Erasmus University Rotterdam
Karène Sanchez-Summerer, Leiden University

Geographical Scope
Primarily Eastern and Western Europe, but not exclusively
Chronological Scope
Middle Ages to the present
Editorial Board

Gerda Hassler, University of Potsdam
Douglas A. Kibbee, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Marie-Christine Kok Escalle, Utrecht University
Joep Leerssen, University of Amsterdam
Nicola McLelland, The University of Nottingham
Despina Provata, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens
Konrad Schröder, University of Augsburg
Valérie Spaëth, University of Paris III: Sorbonne Nouvelle
Javier Suso López, University of Granada
Pierre Swiggers, KU Leuven

Language studies, history, multilingualism, historical sociolinguistics

Languages and Culture in History

The series Languages & Culture in History studies the role foreign languages have played in the creation of the linguistic and cultural heritage of Europe, both western and eastern, and at the individual, community, national or transnational level.

At the heart of this series is the historical evolution of linguistic and cultural policies, internal as well as external, and their relationship with linguistic and cultural identities.

The series takes an interdisciplinary approach to a variety of historical issues: the diffusion, the supply and the demand for foreign languages, the history of pedagogical practices, the historical relationship between languages in a given cultural context, the public and private use of foreign languages – in short, every way foreign languages intersect with local languages in the cultural realm.

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