Introduction; 1. Right-sizing multilingualism; 2. The problem of value (14k); 3. Justice and injustice; 4. Hospicing late mono/lingualism; Epilogue: the multilingual undercommons.
Explores what multilingualism means today, in a historical moment when it is under intense discursive and technological pressure.
David Gramling is Professor and Head in the Department of Central, Eastern, and Northern European Studies at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada (unceded Musqueam territory). He won the American Association of Applied Linguistics Book Award in 2018 for his book The Invention of Monolingualism.