Monica Heller, (firstname.lastname@example.org), is Professor at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education and the Department of Anthropology of the University of Toronto (Canada). She is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada. Her research interests focus on the role of language ideologies and practices in the construction of social difference and social inequality; on language, nationalism and postnationalism; and language and identity in the globalized new economy.
-Monica Heller, Lindsay Bell, Michelle Daveluy, Mireille McLaughlin and Hubert Noël. 2015. Sustaining the Nation: the Making and Moving of Language and Nation. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
-Heller, Monica. 2011. Paths to Post-nationalism: A Critical Ethnography of Language and Identity. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
-Heller, Monica. 2010. Linguistic commodification. Annual Review of Anthropology 39: 101-114.
-Duchêne, Alexandre and Monica Heller (eds.). 2007. Discourses of Endangerment: Ideology and Interest in the Defense of Languages. London: Continuum.
-Heller, Monica (ed.). 2007. Bilingualism: A Social Approach. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
-Heller, Monica with Mark Campbell, Phyllis Dalley and Donna Patrick . 2006. Linguistic Minorities and Modernity: A Sociolinguistic Ethnography (2nd edition). London: Continuum (First edition 1999, London: Longman).
-Heller, Monica, Jean-Paul Bartholomot, Laurette Lévy and Luc Ostiguy. 2005. Le processus de francisation dans une entreprise montréalaise: une analyse sociolinguistique. Québec: l’éditeur officiel.