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Cacophonies d'empire : Russes et Soviétiques face au multilinguisme

Abstract : This collective book, written by Russian, French, Ukrainian, Canadian authors, deals with the way the Russian imperial power and the Soviet Union were interested in regulating the various languages of their population. The articles gathered deals with various regions (Ukraine, Bielorussia, Tatarstan, Bachkiria, Central Asia, Georgia..) and various questions: the language in schools, politics of cadres, debates on alphabets, languages used in churches, in scientific institutions.
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Juliette Cadiot, Dominique Arel, Larissa Zakharova. Cacophonies d'empire : Russes et Soviétiques face au multilinguisme. CNRS editions, pp.368, 2010. ⟨halshs-00694751⟩

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