• Interview with Martha Bigelow

    Author(s):
    SLS Working Papers (view group) , Karolina Achirri
    Editor(s):
    Karolina Achirri, Kathy Kim, Shinhye Lee
    Date:
    2017
    Group(s):
    SLS Working Papers
    Subject(s):
    Second language acquisition, Applied linguistics
    Item Type:
    Online publication
    Tag(s):
    Interview
    Permanent URL:
    https://doi.org/10.17613/n7hz-ke45
    Abstract:
    Martha Bigelow is a Professor in Second Language Education at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis. She has been engaged in community-engaged and school-based research with East African youth for more than ten years on the intersections of literacies, language learning, schooling and (racial, religious, gender) identities. She has published numerous journal articles and two books related to her work with adolescent Somali refugees in the United States: Literacy and Second Language Oracy (2009, Oxford University Press) with Elaine Tarone and Kit Hansen and Mogadishu on the Mississippi: Language, racialized identity and education in a new land (2010, Wiley Blackwell). She is the co-editor with Johanna Ennser-Kananen for the Routledge handbook of educational linguistics (2015) and she is currently working on a book with Doris Warriner entitled Relationships, reciprocity and research with minoritized communities: Methodological meta-reflections on power and equity (Multilingual Matters).
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