Translingual Pedagogical Perspectives

We are very pleased that Translingual Pedagogical Perspectives: Engaging Domestic and International Students in the Composition Classroom is under contract with University Press of Colorado and Utah State University Press.

We thank all of our wonderful contributors! TOC below:

Suzanne Blum Malley, Alanna Frost, & Julia Kiernan: Introduction to Translingual Pedagogical Perspectives

  1. Ellen Cushman: Foreword
  2. Sonja Wang: Writing Theory Cartoon: Toward a Translingual and Multimodal Pedagogy
  3. Esther Milu and Mathew Gomes: “Hay un tiempo y un lugar para todo:” Students’ Writing and Rhetorical Strategies in a Translingual Pedagogy
  4. Mark Brantner: Writing on the Wall: Teaching Translingualism through Linguistic Cityscapes
  5. Brice Nordquist: Classrooms as Complexes of Literate and Linguistic Mobility
  6. Daniel Bommarito and Emily Cooney: Criteria Mapping” Activities and the Transformation of Student-Teacher Relations in the Composition Classroom
  7. Nora Fahim, Bonnie Vidrine-Isbell, and Dan Zhu: Keepin’ It Real: Developing Authentic Translingual Experiences for Multilingual Students
  8. Gregg Fields: An Integrated Pedagogy of Affirmation and Resource Sharing
  9. Shyam Sharma: Addressing Monolingual Dispositions with Translingual Pedagogy
  10. Julia Kiernan: A Framework for Linguistically Inclusive Course Design
  11. Daniel Sansing: An Argument for Translingual Writing Center Practice
  12. Ming Fang and Tania Cepero Lopez: Unity in Diversity
  13. Naomi Silver: Translingualism as Methodology for Peer Writing Consultants-in-Training