B.A., University of Toronto, 1990
M.A., University of Maryland, 1995
Ph.D., University of Maryland, 2004
Areas of Specialization
Critical applied linguistics, race and racialization, linguistic minority identity, teacher knowledge, and anticolonial epistemologies in English language teaching.
- "Accessing Imagined Communities, Reinscribing Regimes of Truth?." Critical Inquiry in Language Studies 5, 3 (in press).
- "Racializing ESOL Teacher Identities in U.S. K-12 Public Schools." TESOL Quarterly 40, 3 (2006).
- "Decolonizing ESOL: Negotiating Linguistic Power in U.S. Public School Classrooms." Critical Inquiry in Language Studies 3, 2&3, pp 75-100 (2006).
- "Out of the Safety Zone." Color, Race, and English Language Teaching: Shades of Meaning. Eds., A. Curtis and M. Romney. Lawrence Erlbaum. (2006).