This series focuses on linguistic practice, literacies and mediated communication in diverse and stratified urban settings. It publishes research committed to developing (a) sociolinguistic, applied and educational frameworks adequate for the analysis of urban language, literacies, interaction and learning, and (b) modes of intervention in language policy and practice that are productively tuned to the realities of contemporary urban life.
The series is based at KCL’s Centre for Language Discourse & Communication, and the work it reports is closely associated with the International Consortium on Language and Superdiversity, the Linguistic Ethnography Forum and the Economic and Social Research Council’s Identities and Social Action programme. The Tilburg Papers in Culture Studies are a companion series to WPULL.
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