With contributions of:Ulrich Ammon, Beyza Björkman, David Block, Alessia Cogo, Jeroen Darquennes, Michele Gazzola, Anne-Line Graedler, Nigel Holden, Anna Kristina Hultgren, David Lasagabaster, Heiko Motschenbacher, Gabriel Ozón, Carmen Pérez-Llantada, Ulrikke Rindal, Stephen Ryan, Tamah Sherman, Dag Finn Simonsen and Josep Soler-Carbonell
This book is an invaluable resource for anyone interested in researching or just learning more about the changing role and status of English across Europe. The status of English today is explained in its historical context before the authors present some of the key debates and ideas relating to the challenge English poses for learners, teachers, and language policy makers.
Andrew Linn, University of Westminster, UK
"[...] the volume represents a comprehensive, authoritative, comparatively thorough, and undoubtedly detailed overview of the broad and diversified field of English in contemporary Europe. Having been published less than three years ago, it is still up to date and the broadness of its scope and depth of its analysis make it compulsory reading for anyone with an interest in global English, world Englishes or English as a lingua franca."Dustan Clarke in: Slovo a slovesnost 80 (2019), 150-154