Guillem Belmar

Graduate Student

University of California, Santa Barbara

New article(s) out!

Belmar, G., & Glass, M. (2019). Virtual communities as breathing spaces for minority languages: Re-framing minority language use in social media. Adeptus, 2019(4). DOI: 10.11649/a.1968

Belmar, G. (2019). Attitudes and language use of (potential) new speakers of a minoritized language: the case of adults learning West Frisian in formal courses. Darnioji daugiakalbystė | Sustainable Multilingualism, 15(1), 70-88. DOI: 10.2478/sm-2019-0014

Belmar, G., Boven, C. van, & Pinho, S. (2019). Why do adults decide to learn a minority language? A study of the motivation(s) of potential new speakers of West Frisian. Darnioji daugiakalbystė | Sustainable Multilingualism, 14(1), 138-159. DOI: 10.2478/sm-2019-0007

News:

New chapter accepted for publication in an edited book! Belmar, G. [2020]. Digital presence and language revitalization: attitudes towards and use of minority languages on social media. In L. Sciriha (Ed.), Comparative Studies in Bilingualism and Bilingual Education. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishers.

New manuscript accepted for publication in the journal Révue d'Études Catalanes! Belmar, G. [2020]. Les xarxes socials i el català: actituds, usos i el paper de les comunitats virtuals com a refugis d’ús [Social Media and Catalan: attitudes, usage and the role of virtual communities as breathing spaces].

First chapter accepted for publication in an edited book! Belmar, G. [2020]. A five-language island: (un)sustainable multilingualism in Sardinia. In J. Jiménez Salcedo, C. Hélot, & A. Camilleri-Grima (Eds.), Small is plurilingual: Languages and Identities in Microterritories. Berlin: Peter Lang.

Read here (in Tatar): Guillem Belmar Viernes on Language Revitalization and the case of Catalan

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