Critical Language and Literacy Studies Collection (Vols 1-15)

Edited by: Alastair Pennycook, Ryuko Kubota, Brian Morgan

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Multilingual Matters
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Critical Language and Literacy Studies is an international series that encourages monographs directly addressing issues of power (its flows, inequities, distributions, trajectories) in a variety of language- and literacy-related realms. The aim with
this series is twofold: (1) to cultivate scholarship that openly engages with social, political, and historical dimensions in language and literacy studies, and (2) to widen disciplinary horizons by encouraging new work on topics that have received little focus (see below for partial list of subject areas) and that use innovative theoretical frameworks. The collection contains the first 15 volumes in the series. This collection is available by special order only. Please email for order queries.

CLLS 1 Collaborative Research in Multilingual Classrooms 978-1-84769-137-8
CLLS 2 English as a Local Language 978-1-84769-181-1
CLLS 3 The Idea of English in Japan 978-1-84769-202-3
CLLS 4 Gendered Identities and Immigrant Language Learning 978-1-84769-214-6
CLLS 5 China and English 978-1-84769-229-0
CLLS 6 Language and HIV/AIDS 978-1-84769-220-7
CLLS 7 Hybrid Identities and Adolescent Girls 978-1-84769-233-7
CLLS 8 Decolonizing Literacy 978-1-84769-263-4
CLLS 9 Contending with Globalization in World Englishes 978-1-84769-275-7
CLLS 10 ELT, Gender and International Development 978-1-84769-304-4
CLLS 11 Examining Education, Media, and Dialogue under Occupation 978-1-84769-427-0
CLLS 12 The Struggle for Legitimacy 978-1-84769-518-5
CLLS 13 Style, Identity and Literacy 978-1-84769-596-3
CLLS 14 Language and Mobility 978-1-84769-764-6
CLLS 15 Talk, Text and Technology 978-1-84769-759-2

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