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Canadian Institute for Research on Linguistic Minorities

guiding community agencies and government bodies in their actions, thereby contributing to the development of Canada's official language minorities

Issue 20 - Anniversary - Linguistic Minorities and Society Journal

The Canadian Institute for Research on Linguistic Minorities (CIRLM) is celebrating its 20th anniversary and the journal Linguistic Minorities and Society its 10th anniversary by publishing an anniversary issue.

This is also the first issue published:
  • under a Creative Commons License CC BY 4.0
  • in continuous publication, by posting articles online up to three times for each issue
  • in full processing on Érudit with the function to automatically generate PDFs from the XML (the articles are thus available in pdf and html formats)
We are releasing today the first three articles of this anniversary issue:

Éric Forgues - Les modèles de gouvernance des communautés francophones en situation minoritaire
Graham Fraser - Language, Federalism and Canadian Diplomacy
Michel Seymour - Six millions de solitudes : les francophones du Québec dans l'État fédéral canadien


CALL FOR PAPERS - For a special issue of Linguistic Minorities and Society This special issue of the Linguistic Minorities and Society journal proposes to examine digital issues affecting Official ...