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Race, Culture, and Identities in Second Language Education
Exploring Critically Engaged Practice
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"...a pioneering collection of groundbreaking studies that interrogate how race operates overtly and covertly in contexts of second language learning." -- Angela Reyes, Hunter College, City University of New York
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Ryuko Kubota is Professor in the Department of Language and Literacy Education at the University of British Columbia, Canada. Angel Lin is Associate Professor in the Department of English, University of Hong Kong.
Preface List of Contributors Chapter 1: Race, Culture, and Identities in Second Language Education: Introduction to Research and Practice Ryuko Kubota and Angel Lin Part I: Interrogating Whiteness Introduction Chapter 2: Unpacking White Racial Identity in English Language Teacher Education Tonda Liggett Chapter 3: The Ideal English Speaker: A Juxtaposition of Globalization and Language Policy in South Korea and Racialized Language Attitudes in the United States Rachel A. Grant and Incho Lee Chapter 4: Construction of Racial Stereotypes in English as a Foreign Language (EFL) Textbooks: Images as Discourse Cosette Taylor-Mendes Chapter 5: "It's Not Them; It's Not Their Fault": Manifestations of Racism in the Schooling of Latina/os and ELLs Sherry Marx Part II: Racializing Discourses and Identity Construction in Educational Settings Introduction Chapter 6: Uninhabitable identifications: Unpacking the Production of Racial Difference in a TESOL Classroom Constance Ellwood Chapter 7: Understanding the Racialized Identities of Asian Students in Predominantly White Schools Lan Hue Quach, Ji-Yeon O. Jo, and Luis Urrieta, Jr. Chapter 8: Classroom Positionings and Children's Construction of Linguistic and Racial Identities in English-Dominant Classrooms Laurie Katz & Ana Christina DaSilva Iddings Chapter 9: Race and Technology in Teacher Education: Where is the Access? Francis Bangou & Shelley Wong Chapter 10: Operating Under Erasure: Race/Language/Identity Awad Ibrahim Part III: Toward a Dialectic of Critically Engaged Praxis Introduction Chapter 11: Colorblind Nonaccommodative Denial: Implications for Teachers' Meaning Perspectives towards their Mexican American English Learners Socorro Herrera and Amanda Rodriguez Morales Chapter 12: Transforming the Curriculum of NNESTs: Introducing Critical Language Awareness (CLA) in a Teacher Education Program Carmen Chacon Chapter 13: Narratives in the Wild: Unpacking Critical Race Theory Methodology for Early Childhood Bilingual Education Sara Michael-Luna Chapter 14: Linguicism and Race in the United States: Impact on Teacher Education from Past to Present Theresa Austin Chapter 15: Un/Marked Pedagogies: A Dialogue on Race in EFL and ESL Settings Eve Haque & Brian Morgan Chapter 16: Race and Language as Capital in School: A Sociological Template for Language Education Reform Allan Luke