Seven Presentations at the 2024 American Association of Applied Linguistics Conference

We're thrilled to announce that the Plurilingual Lab team is presenting seven talks at the 2024 American Association for Applied Linguistics conference (AAAL2024), March 16-19, in Houston, TX. Check out our papers:

  • Teacher Content-Language Awareness in Immersion Preparation Programs: Mind the Gaps, by Susan Ballinger, Laurent Cammarata, Lana Zeaiter, Marianne Barker

  • African Linguicide and Linguistic Famine: Reckoning with Biomorphic Metaphors and the Materiality of Colonial Violence, by Aisha Barisé, Winner of the AAAL Graduate Student Award

  • Plurilingual Identity Wheel: A Novel Reflection and Interview Tool for Investigating Adult Migrants’ Mono/plurilingual Practices and Dynamic Identities, by John Wayne dela Cruz

  • “Eternal Outsiders”: Examining Linguistic Discrimination and Privilege among Multilingual Speakers, by Angelica Galante

  • “I’m Decolonizing It”: Teachers’ Needs for Sustainable Plurilingual Training, by Li Peng

  • The Perceptions on Language and Culture Integration of Chinese Public Secondary School EFL Teachers, by Yunjia Xie

  • Graduate Research Round Table

You can find out more about these and other talks by browsing the conference's searchable program. We hope to see you in Houston, TX!


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