New Series

 

Language, Education and Diversity

 

Series Editors:

Stephen May, Teresa L. McCarty, Constant Leung and Serafín M. Coronel-Molina

The Language, Education and Diversity series aims to publish work at the intersections of language policy, language teaching and bilingualism/multilingualism, with a particular focus on critical, socially-just alternatives for minoritised students and communities. The series will be interdisciplinary, drawing on scholarship from language policy, language education, sociolinguistics, applied linguistics, linguistic anthropology and the sociology of language, including work in raciolinguistics and translingualism. We welcome a variety of methodological approaches, although critical ethnographic accounts are of particular interest.

Topics to be covered by the series include:
  • * Bilingual and Multilingual Models of Education
  • * Indigenous Language Education
  • * Multicultural Education
  • * Community-based Education
 

All books in this series are externally peer-reviewed.


Proposals should be sent to Anna Roderick anna@multilingual-matters.com
 

Translanguaging in Theory and Practice

Series Editors:

Li Wei, Angel Lin, Yuen Yi Lo, and Saskia Van Viegen

Translanguaging in Theory and Practice aims to publish work that highlights the dynamic use of an individual’s linguistic repertoire and challenges the socially and politically defined boundaries of languages and their hierarchy. We invite research from across disciplines by both established and emergent researchers in multifarious settings, including everyday use, educational, digital and workplace contexts. It will also actively welcome and solicit studies on translanguaging in contexts where English is not the mainstream language and where other modalities and semiotic resources take prominence over speech and writing. The series is transdisciplinary and encourages scholars to publish empirical research on translanguaging, especially that which aims to disrupt power relations, create new identities and communities, to engage in the discussion of translanguaging theories and pedagogies, and/or to help the field of translanguaging consolidate its scholarship.

Topics to be covered by the series include:

  • * Theoretical underpinnings of Translanguaging
  • * Translanguaging Pedagogies
  • * Translanguaging in Assessment
  • * Translanguaging and Language Policy
  • * Translanguaging in Everyday Social Practices in Different Contexts and Communities, including Digital/ Social/ Media 
 

All books in this series are externally peer-reviewed.


Proposals should be sent to Anna Roderick anna@multilingual-matters.com