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Racialized Identities in Second Language Learning
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Table of Contents

Introduction: Why a book on race in language learning?

Chapter 1: The African American experience in language study: A review of the research

Chapter 2: Translanguaging identities

Chapter 3: Telling black stories in language learning research

Chapter 4: Nina's story: Race and ethnicity in classrooms and outside

Chapter 5: Didier's story: Translanguaging black manhood in multicultural contexts

Chapter 6: Leti's story: The racialized, gendered, and social classed body

Chapter 7: Rose's story: Redefining participation and success

Chapter 8: Communities and investments in learning a new language

About the Author

Uju Anya is Assistant Professor of Second Language Learning in the College of Education at Pennsylvania State University

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"This compelling and erudite volume should be required reading for foreign language educators and study abroad professionals." -Celeste Kinginger, Department of Applied Linguistics, Pennsylvania State University, USA

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