Offers perspectives on the role of linguistic ideologies in forging the link between 'language' and 'nation'. This volume examines how ideologically charged beliefs about the correlation between 'language' and 'nation' developed.
The Editors: Ursula Schaefer holds the Chair of English Linguistics at the Technische Universitat Dresden. She has published widely on medieval English language and literature. Claudia Lange and Goran Wolf are lecturers of English Linguistics in the department; Claudia Lange is currently working on a study of the syntax of spoken Indian English, and Goran Wolf has just completed a monograph on the history of the English grammatical tradition.