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Toni Mollà to offer a lecture on "The Catalan language, between identity and global market"

Language.  New York,  28/09/2015

The lecture will put an end to a one-week seminar on "the economic policy, communication structure and the sociolinguistics of Catalan" programmed by The Mercè Rodoreda Chair at the Graduate Center-CUNY, and taught by Prof. Toni Mollà. 




Toni Mollà was born in Meliana (Horta Nord) on 17 June 1957 and he is a writer and journalist. 
In 1978 he received a diploma in Human Sciences at the Valencia Teacher's Training College, after which he taught at the La Masia school (1979- 1984), which was a pioneer in Catalan-language teaching in the Valencia Region. He then obtained his degree in Journalism at the Autonomous University of Barcelona (1995 – 1997). In 2006 he completed his doctorate in Sociology and Social Anthropology at the University of Valencia. 
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