List of Contributors Acknowledgements Introduction Part A: Questioning Boundaries, Opening Spaces Section I. Questioning Disciplinary and Methodological Boundaries 1. What do People Notice from Real-World Linguistic Landscapes? A Review of the Literature and Recommendations for Future Eye-Tracking Research, Jakob R. E. Leimgruber, Naomi Vingron & Debra Titone 2. The Quality of Quantity, Kate Lyons 3. Quantitative 2.0: Towards Variationist Linguistic Landscape Study (VaLLS) and a Standard Canon of LL Variables, Will Amos and Barbara Soukup 4. 'Mind the Gap': Social Space in Linguistic Landscape Studies, Diarmait Mac Giolla Chriost Section II. The Spaces and Places of LL Research 5. Online Linguistic Landscapes: Discourse, Globalization, and Enregisterment, Jeffrey L. Kallen, Esther Ni Dhonnacha and Karen Wade 6. The Semiotics of Spatial Turbulence: Re/Deterritorialising Israel/Palestine at a South African University, Natalija Cerimaj, Tommaso M. Milani and E. Dimitris Kitis 7. Hong Kong's Paper Cities: Heterotopia and the Semiotic Landscape of Civil Disobedience, Aaron Anfinson 8. From Graffiti to Street Art and Back: Connections between Past and Present, Sabrina Machetti and Claudio Pizzorusso 9. F/Anfield: Banners, Tweets and 'Owning' Football's Linguistic Landscape, Frank Monaghan 10. Exploring the Mediation Styles of LL Sites by Tourist Guides, Shoshana Waksman and Elana Shohamy Part B: Reterritorializing Linguistic Landscapes Section III. Re-Writing, Re-Working, Re-Inventing Place 11. The Semiotics of Heritage and Regeneration: Post-Apartheid Urban Development in Johannesburg, Gilles Baro 12. Blurred Lines: The Effect of Regional Borders on the LL in Northern Spain, Deirdre A. Dunlevy 13. Politically Open - Sociolinguistically Semi-Permeable: A Linguistic Landscape View into the Lithuanian-Polish Borderland, Gintare Kudzmaite and Kasper Juffermans 14. The Language of Public Mourning - De- and Reterritorialization of Public Spaces as a Reaction to Terrorist Attacks, Rolf Kailuweit and Aldina Quintana 15. A Swimming Pool, an Abattoir, and a Biscuit Factory: Discursive Presentations of Adaptive Reuse for Museum Spaces in France, Robert Blackwood 16. A Diachronic Examination and Interpretation of the Street-Signage Transformation in Granada, Spain, during the Transition to Democracy (1975-1983), Yael Guilat and Antonio B. Espinosa-Ramirez Section IV.Experimenting Space 17. A Methodological and Pedagogical Framework for Designing L2 Student-Based Linguistic Landscape Research, Hiram Maxim 18. Linguistic Landscape as a Tool for Literacy-Based Language Teaching and Learning: Application for the Foreign Language Classroom, Olga Bever and Diane Richardson 19. Parents Interpreting their Children's Schoolscapes: Building an Insider's Perspective, Tamas Peter Szabo and Robert A. Troyer Index
A cutting-edge, interdisciplinary reference volume covering the most recent theoretical, methodological and empirical developments in Linguistic Landscapes.
David Malinowski is Assistant Professor in Linguistics and Language Development at San Jose State University, USA. Stefania Tufi is Senior Lecturer in Italian Studies at the University of Liverpool, UK.
This volume succeeds in combining in-depth case studies of
linguistic landscape phenomena with detailed engagement with
current theoretical models. The essay questions and ideas for
projects at the end of each chapter will be invaluable for
instructors of courses incorporating linguistic landscape material.
* Amy Dahlstrom, Associate Professor of Linguistics, University of
Chicago, USA *
Reterritorializing Linguistic Landscapes is a provocative collection that holds up a mirror to the field itself. It shines a light on theoretical and methodological challenges with contributions that represent the leading edge of innovation and creativity. In this book, we see linguistic landscape analysis maturing. * Francis M. Hult, Professor, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, USA *
This is an excellent way to approach the study of the linguistic landscape. The volume presents a vivid picture of the theoretical and methodological debates within the field and is truly interdisciplinary, with insightful contributions that reterritorialize linguistic landscapes. With a wide range of contexts, it is essential reading for researchers and professionals who are interested in languages and multimodality in the public space. * Jasone Cenoz, Professor of Education, University of the Basque Country, Spain *