Brigitta Busch works as a senior research fellow at the Institute for Applied Linguistics at Vienna University, Austria. She studied Slavistics and Communication at Klagenfurt University. She also worked from 19922002 as an expert for the Council of Europe's Confidence Building Measures Programme in South-Eastern Europe. Her main research interests cover sociolinguistics (multilingualism in media and education), discourse analysis and intercultural communication. Helen Kelly-Holmes is a Research Scholar in the Department of Languages and Cultural Studies, University of Limerick, Ireland. Her main research interests include intercultural aspects of market and media discourses.
1 Brigitta Busch and Helen Kelly-Holmes: Language Boundaries as Social, Political and Discursive Constructs 2 Dubravko kiljan: A Linguist on the Train to Vienna 3 Ranko Bugarski: Language and Boundaries in the Yugoslav Context 4 Dona Kolar-Panov: Troubled Multicultural Broadcasting in Macedonia 5 Debate 6 Tatiana Zhurzhenko: Language, Ethnicity and Cultural Boundaries in Ukraine: A Response to the Papers and Debate 7 Marija Mitrovi: Language, Borders, Identity: A Response to Ranko Bugarski 8 Melitta Richter Malabotta: Semantics of War in Former Yugoslavia: A Response to the Papers and Debate