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Race, Rhetoric, and Research Methods
Lockett, Alexandria, Iris D. Ruiz, James Chase Sanchez and Christopher Carter. 2020. Race, Rhetoric and Research Methods. The WAC Clearinghouse.
Translingual Identities and Transnational Realities in the U.S. College Classroom
Robinson, Heather, Jonathan Hall and Nela Navarro, Translingual Identities and Transnational Realities in the U.S. College Classroom, Routledge, 2020.
Different when I opened my mouth: Experiences, reflections, and perspectives of faculty members with foreign English accents in higher education.
Sembiante, S. F., Salinas Jr, C., Ramírez, J. A., Vásquez-Colina, M. D., & Silva, Y. (2020). Different when I opened my mouth: Experiences, reflections, and perspectives of faculty members with foreign English accents in higher education. Meridians , 19(2), 295-320.
Rethinking Methodologies: Implications For Research on International Students
Dhruba Neupane. Journal of Teaching and Learning Vol. 16, No. 2 (2022), pp.50-66 https://doi.org/10.22329/jtl.v16i2.7002
Strunk and White and Whiteness
Laura Lisabeth. Strunk and White and Whiteness. College composition and communication. 2021;73(1):80-102.
Introducing LangCrit: Critical language and race theory
Crump, A. (2014). Introducing LangCrit: Critical language and race theory. Critical Inquiry in Language Studies, 11(3), 207-224.
Resources for Language Justice in Higher Education
Center for Multilingual and Intercultural Communication. (2022). Resources for Language Justice in Higher Education. Stony Brook University.
DEI@PWR. (n.d.). Teaching Strategies. Stony Brook University. Program in Writing and Rhetoric