As you can see in the list below, the collaborators are an extremely illustrious group and the topics they are addressing will give non-Catalan readers a much better grasp of the situation in Catalonia. You can also download a PDF of the list. Please share it!
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|What's up with Catalonia?|
List of collaborators/articles
The Battle over the audience: language, politics, and culture
|Laia Balcells||Assistant Professor of Political Science at Duke University and affiliated researcher at the Institut d’Anàlisi Econòmica, CSIC (Barcelona)|
Opening the black box of secessionism
|Germà Bel||Professor of Economics at the University of Barcelona. Visiting Professor at Cornell University and Princeton University in 2012-2013.|
Strangers in their own land
|Laura Borràs||Professor of Literary Theory and Comparative Literature at University of Barcelona. Director of the Institution of Catalan Literature.|
|Alfred Bosch||Writer and historian; MP for ERC (pro-independence Republican left) in Spanish Congress of Deputies in Madrid|
Judo in Madrid
|Núria Bosch||Professor of Economics at the University of Barcelona|
The Viability of Catalonia as a state: fiscal flows
|Roger Buch i Ros||Writer and Professor at Ramon Llull University|
The CUP: the oldest—and newest—pro-independence party
|Joan Canadell||General Secretary of the Cercle Català de Negocis (Catalan Business Circle)|
The Catalan Business Model: past, present, and future
|Pau Canaleta||Political and business strategist|
What happened on November 25th?
|Salvador Cardús||Professor of Sociology at the Autonomous University of Barcelona and journalist|
What has happened to us Catalans?
|Muriel Casals||Professor of Economics at the Autonomous University of Barcelona, President of Òmnium Cultural|
From Culture to politics via the economy
|Andreu Domingo||Deputy Director of the Centre for Demographics Studies at the Autonomous University of Barcelona|
Catalonia, land of immigrants
|Carme Forcadell Lluís||President of the Catalan National Assembly, professor and consultant|
Catalonia, New State in Europe
|Josep Maria Ganyet||Computer engineer, new media professor and entrepreneur. Net activist and would-be poet.|
Keep Calm and Speak Catalan
|Salvador Garcia-Ruiz||Co-founder of Emma Network and former consultant, investment banker, and film entrepreneur.|
To my Spanish friends
|Àlex Hinojo||Wikipedian, Museum Consultant and Open Culture Advocate|
Yet Another Wiki?
|Edward Hugh||Independent macroeconomist, expert on the European Sovereign Debt Crisis, member of board of directors of Catalunya Caixa bank.|
Is the perfect always and everywhere the enemy of the good?
|Oriol Junqueras||President of Republican Left of Catalonia. Opposition Leader in Catalan Parliament.|
2013: The Transition Year Toward the Referendum on Independence
|M. Carme Junyent||Professor of General Linguistics at the University of Barcelona|
The Languages of the Catalans
|J.C. Major||Co-founder of Emma Network, New York-based linguist|
On the prickly matter of language
|Pere Mayans Balcells||Professor of Secondary Catalan Language and Literature Education, Director of the Language Immersion and Welcome Service|
Schooling in Catalonia, a key element for guaranteeing equal linguistic opportunities for the entire population (1978-2012)
|Josep M. Muñoz||Historian and Editor of the magazine L’Avenç|
News from Catalonia
|Mary Ann Newman||Writer and translator|
Americans (Heart) Catalonia: A geometric progression
|Elisenda Paluzie||Professor and Dean of the School of Economics and Business at the University of Barcelona|
The Finances of the Catalan government: a premeditated asphyxia
|Vicent Partal||Founder and Director of Vilaweb, Vice-president of the European Journalism Center|
Our place in the world: The land of Barcelona
|Cristina Perales-García||Professor of Communication, University of Vic (Catalonia)|
How did we get here? A look at the recent history of Catalonia and the Basque Country within Spain
|Eva Piquer||Writer, Cultural journalist, mother of four, Member of the Catalan Parliament|
Time to say “Yes”
|Enric Pujol Casademont||Professor in the Department of Modern and Contemporary History at the Autonomous University of Barcelona|
Wilson, Obama, Catalunya and Figueres
|Marta Rovira-Martínez||PhD in Sociology from Autonomous University of Barcelona. Researcher and documentarian.|
September 11th (1714) and other national symbols of Catalonia
|Vicent Sanchis||Professor in journalism at Ramon Llull University, Editor/Publisher of El Temps magazine, columnist and author|
Catalonia or Catalan Countries?
|Xavier Solano||Diplomatic adviser in London and political aide to Scottish MPs in the UK Parliament|
A Scottish referendum for Catalonia
|Miquel Strubell||Worked in Catalan language government body for 19 years, and currently at the Open University of Catalonia|
Language in education
|Matthew Tree||Anglo-Catalan writer|
Catalan language literature: What’s going on?
|Ramon Tremosa||Member of the European Parliament since 2009|
Catalonia, new state in Europe? The view from Brussels
|F. Xavier Vila||Director of the University Centre for Sociolinguistics and Communication and Associate Professor at the University of Barcelona|
It’s always been there. The Position of Catalan and other languages in Catalonia
Download the PDF of the list of collaborators and articles in What's up with Catalonia?
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