Readership: Scholars and Students of Political Theory, Political Philosophy, Multiculturalism, Nationalism, Public Policy, and Sociolinguistics
Edited by Will Kymlicka, Queen's National Scholar, Department of Philosophy, Queen's University, and Alan Patten, Associate Professor of Political Science, McGill University
"Language Rights and Political Theory is a strong book because it brings together the essays of outstanding specialists in the field." - Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies
1: Alan Patten and Will Kymlicka: Introduction: Language Rights and Political Theory: Context, Issues, and Approaches
2: Ruth Rubio-Marin: Language Rights: Exploring the Competing Rationales
3: David D. Laitin and Rob Reich: A liberal Democratic Approach to Language Justice
4: Thomas Pogge: Accomodation Rights for Hispanics in teh U.S.
5: Stephen May: Misconceiving Minority Language Rights: Implications for Liberal Political Theory
6: Philippe Van Parijs: linguistic Justice
7: Francois Grin: Diversity as Paradigm, Analytical Device, and Policy Goal
8: Idil Boran: Global Linguistic Diversity, Public Goods, and the Principle of Fairness
9: Michael Blake: Language Death and Liberal Politics
10: Jacob T. Levy: Language Rights, Literacy, and the Modern State
11: Daniel M. Weinstock: The Antinomy of Language Rights
12: Denise G. Reaume: Beyond Personality: The Territorial and Personal Principles of Language Policy Reconsidered
13: Alan Patten: What Kind of Bilingualism?