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Gramsci's Writings: Genuine versus Exaggerated Obstacles to Learning from the Prison Notebooks
(International Studies Review (International Studies Association), 2012)
De-politicizing language: obstacles to political theory's engagement with language policy
This article argues that while there exists considerable overlap and potentially productive dialogue between political theory and language policy scholarship, any such effort will be hampered by the dominant approaches to ...
On Gramsci and the international: a textual analysis
(Review of International Studies (British International Studies Association), 2012)
Antonio Gramsci's thought has strongly influenced the fields of IR and IPE through the work of Robert Cox, Stephen Gill, Kees van der Pijl and others, engagements often gathered (not uncontroversially) under the rubric of ...
Subalternity and Language: Overcoming the Fragmentation of Common Sense
(Historical Materialism (Brill), 2009)
The topics of language and subaltern social groups appear throughout Antonio Gramsci's Prison Notebooks. Although Gramsci often associates the problem of political fragmentation among subaltern groups with issues concerning ...
'Global English': Linguistic Imperialism or Practical Lingua Franca?
(Studies in Language and Capitalism, 2006)
Despite its obvious political significance, political theory has not played a prominent role in the debates around the spread of 'global English'. Given the explosion of literature within political science and political ...