Voices of Modernity: Language Ideologies and the Politics of Inequality

@inproceedings{Bauman2003VoicesOM,
  title={Voices of Modernity: Language Ideologies and the Politics of Inequality},
  author={Richard W. Bauman and Charles L. Briggs},
  year={2003}
}
1. Introduction 2. Making language safe for science and society: from Francis Bacon to John Lock 3. Antiquaries and philologists: the construction of modernity and its others in seventeenth- and eighteenth-century England 4. The critical foundations of national epic: Hugh Blair, the Ossian controversy, and the rhetoric of authenticity 5. Johann Gottfried Herder: language reform, das Volk, and the patriarchal state in eighteenth-century Germany 6. The Brothers Grimm: scientizing, textual… 
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