Medieval Studies

Medieval Studies Medieval Studies

Douglas A. Kibbee

Professor Emeritus of Medieval Studies,Second Language Acquisition and Teacher Education,French and Italian,Center for Global Studies, and Center for Translation Studies

Contact Information:

  • Address:
    Department of French
    2090 FLB
    707 S Mathews
    M/C 158
    Urbana, IL 61801
  • Telephone: (217)333-2020
  • Email:

Publications

Books

  • Kibbee, Douglas A. Language and the Law. Linguistic Inequality in America. . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2016.
  • Chomskyan (R)evolutions. . Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins Publishing Co, 2010.
  • Kibbee, Douglas, Zsuzsanna Fagyal, and Frederick Jenkins. French: A Linguistic Introduction. . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006.
  • Kibbee, Douglas. Voices of the Elders. . Rüdiger Köppe Verlag, 2005.

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Book Contributions


  • "L'hégémonie du français, l'hégémonie d'un certain français: statut et corpus de la langue française dans l'histoire de l'Héxagone ." Colonisation, globalisation, vitalité du français . . Paris: Odile Jacob, 2014. 279-310.

  • "Principes et pratiques dans la conception politique de la langue en France." Penser l’histoire des savoirs linguistiques. Hommage à Sylvain Auroux. . Paris: 2013.

  • "Liberté’ et ‘tyrannie’ dans le discours normatif." Langue commune et changements de norme. . Paris: Champion, 2011.

Journal Articles

  • "Les métaphores politico-légales dans l’histoire de la linguistique prescriptive du français au XVIIe siècle." Languages 182 (2011):
  • Kibbee, Douglas. "Minority Language Rights: Historical and Comparative Perspectives." Intercultural Human Rights Law Review 3 (2008): 79-136.
  • Kibbee, Douglas. "A Comparative View of Minority Language Protection." Acts of the Beijing Forum: Language Identity and Language Change in Collision and Dialog Between Civilizations 1 (2007): . 5-30.
  • "The boundaries of nature in the discipline of linguistics." Language Sciences 26 (2004): 301-311.
  • Kibbee, Douglas. "When Children.s Literature Transcends its Genre: Translating Alice in Wonderland." META 48 (2003): 307-321.

Special Issues of a Journal

  • Langage devoted to Language Policy and Linguistic Theory. Spec. iss. of Histoire Epistémologie (2003):

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