Jan Blommaert, linguistic landscapes and complexity
This tribute to the work of Jan Blommaert discusses his complex relation with the field of linguistic landscape studies. Blommaert was interested in the insights an understanding of the linguistic landscape could bring to better appreciate the ways people lived their diverse lives. This appreciation of the importance of his work focuses on his insistence on ethnographic work in order to understand complexity.
Keywords: ethnography, complexity, history, Blommaert
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Published online: 24 February 2021
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