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Title Literacy as translingual practice : between communities and classrooms / edited by A. Suresh Canagarajah.
Publication Info. New York : Routledge, 2013.

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Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Global and local communicative networks and implications for literacy / Charles Bazerman -- Translingual literacy and matters of agency / Min-Zhan Lu and Bruce Horner -- Rhetorical activities of global citizens / Scott Wible -- Redefining indigenous rhetoric: from places of origin to translingual spaces of interdependence-in-difference / LuMing Mao -- Neither Asian nor American: the Creolization of Asian American rhetoric / Morris Young -- Confronting the wounds of colonialism through words / Jon Reyhner -- The Cherokee syllabary: the evolution of writing in Sequoyan / Ellen Cushman -- Hi-ein, Hi iia or iia Hi? Translingual practices from Lebanon and mainstream literacy education / Nancy Bou Ayash -- Translingual practices in Kenyan hiphop: pedagogical implications / Esther Milu -- Pedagogical and socio-political implications of code-meshing in classrooms: some considerations for a translingual orientation to writing / Vivette Milson-Whyte -- It's the wild west out there: a new linguistic frontier in U.S. college composition / Paul Kei Matsuda -- Keep code-meshing / Vershawn Ashanti Young -- Negotiation, translinguality, and cross-cultural writing research in a new composition era / Christiane Donahue -- Writing across languages: developing rhetorical attunement / Rebecca Lorimer -- Research on multilingual writers in the disciplines: the case of biomedical engineering / Mya Poe -- Transnational translingual literacy sponsors and gateways on the United States-Mexico borderlands / John Scenters-Zapico -- Literacy brokers in the contact zone, year 1: the crowded safe house / Maria Jerskey -- Moving out of the monolingual comfort zone and into the multilingual world: an exercise for the writing classroom / Joleen Hanson -- When "second" comes first- a?a 'a ca a to the eye? Sociolinguistic hybridity in professional writing / Anita Pandey -- "And yea I'm venting, but hey I'm writing isn't I": a translingual approach to error in a multilingual context / Aimee Krall-Lanoue -- Afterword: reflections from the ground floor / Dorothy Worden.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI Available via World Wide Web.
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Subject Multilingualism -- Social aspects.
Literacy -- Social aspects.
English language -- Globalization.
Intercultural communication.
Second language acquisition.
Added Author Canagarajah, A. Suresh, editor.
Bazerman, Charles, author.
Lu, Min-Zhan, 1946- author.
Horner, Bruce, 1957- author.
Wible, Scott, 1978- author.
Mao, LuMing, 1959- author.
Young, Morris, 1967- author.
Reyhner, Jon Allan, author.
Ayash, Nancy Bou, author.
Cushman, Ellen, 1967- author.
Milu, Esther, author.
Milson-Whyte, Vivette, author.
Matsuda, Paul Kei, author.
Young, Vershawn Ashanti, author.
Donahue, Christiane, author.
Lorimer, Rebecca, author.
Poe, Mya, 1970- author.
Scenters-Zapico, John, author.
Jerskey, Maria, author.
Hanson, Joleen, author.
Pandey, Anita (Professor of Linguistics), author.
Krall-Lanoue, Aimee, author.
Worden, Dorothy, author.
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Related To Original 9780415524667 0415524660 9780415524674 0415524679 9780203120293 0203120299 (DLC) 2012037796
ISBN 9781136320323 (electronic bk.)
1136320326 (electronic bk.)
UPC # 40022233498
OCLC # EBC1143714
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