New Perspectives on Language and Education
Phan Le Ha (University of Hawaii at Manoa, USA)
Joel Windle (Monash University, Australia)
Two decades of research and development in language and literacy education have yielded a broad, multidisciplinary focus. Yet education systems face constant economic and technological change, with attendant issues of identity and power, community and culture. What are the implications for language education of new 'semiotic economies' and communications technologies? Of complex blendings of cultural and linguistic diversity in communities and institutions? Of new cultural, regional and national identities and practices? The New Perspectives on Language and Education book series features critical and interpretive, disciplinary and multidisciplinary perspectives on teaching and learning, language and literacy in new times. New proposals, particularly for edited volumes, are expected to acknowledge and include perspectives from the Global South. Contributions from scholars from the Global South will be particularly sought out and welcomed, as well as those from marginalized communities within the Global North.
All books in this series are externally peer-reviewed.
Proposals for the series are welcome and should be submitted to Anna Roderick. Please read our notes about how to submit a book proposal.
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