Translingual Pedagogical Perspectives: Engaging Domestic and International Students in the Composition Classroom
Translingual Pedagogical Perspectives addresses the movement toward translingualism in the writing classroom and demonstrates the practical pedagogical strategies faculty can take to represent both domestic and international monolingual and multilingual students’ perspectives in writing programs. Contributors explore approaches used by diverse writing programs across the United States, insisting that traditional strategies used in teaching writing need to be reimagined if they are to engage the growing number of diverse learners who take composition classes.
About the Author
Julia E. Kiernan is assistant professor of communication at Lawrence Technological University. Her publications have appeared in a number of edited collections and journals, including Composition Studies, Communication & Language at Work, and L1-Educational Studies in Language and Literature.
Alanna Frost is associate professor at the University of Alabama Huntsville. Her work has been published in College Composition and Communication and Critical Education.
Suzanne Blum Malley is provost at Methodist University. She served as an executive board member (2015–2019) and chair (2017–2018) of the Literacy Studies Forum for the Modern Language Association and has served on the executive committee of the Computers & Writing Graduate Research Network since 2011.