Publications

Patrick Stevenson (2006) ‘“National” languages in transnational contexts: language, migration and citizenship in Europe’, in Clare Mar-Molinero and Patrick Stevenson (eds) (2006), Language Ideologies, Policies and Practices: Language and the Future of Europe (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan), 147-161.

Jenny Carl and Patrick Stevenson (2007) ‘Being a German-speaker in Central Europe: Language Policies and the Negotiation of Identities’, in Christian Fandrych and Reinier Salverda (eds), Standard, Variation und Sprachwandel in germanischen Sprachen (Mannheim: Institut für Deutsche Sprache), 91-112.

Patrick Stevenson and Jenny Carl (2008) ‘Language and the Negotiation of Identities among German-speaking Diasporic Communities in Central Europe’, in Mathias Schulze, David G. John, Grit Liebscher, Sebastian Siebel-Achenbach, and James M. Skidmore (eds.),  German Diasporic Experiences: Identity, Migration, and Loss (Waterloo: Wilfrid Laurier University Press), 21-34.

Patrick Stevenson (2008) ‘The German language and the future of Europe: towards a research agenda on the politics of language’, in Winifred Davies and Stephen Parker (eds) Special issue of German Life and Letters, 61/4, 2008, 483-496.

Jenny Carl and Patrick Stevenson (eds) (2009) Language, Discourse and Identity in Central Europe: The German Language in a Multilingual Space (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan).

Jenny Carl and Patrick Stevenson (2009) ‘Central European time: memories of language – lost and found – in the life stories of German-speakers’, in Jenny Carl and Patrick Stevenson (eds) Language, Discourse and Identity in Central Europe: The German Language in a Multilingual Space (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan).

Patrick Stevenson and Livia Schanze (2009) ‘Language, migration and citizenship in Germany’, in Guus Extra et al (eds) Testing Regimes: Cross-national Perspectives on Language, Migration and Citizenship (London: Continuum), 87-106.

Patrick Stevenson and Jenny Carl (in press) Language and Social Change in Central Europe: Discourses on Policy, Identity and the German language (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press).