Reconciling Translingualism and Second Language Writing


I Reconciling DiscoursesThe Discursive Construction of “Translingualism vs. Second Language Writing”: What We’ve Created and How We Might Move OnFuture Perfect Tense: Kairos as a Heuristic for ReconciliationII Reconciling LanguagesAddressing Language Statuses in the Writing of Multilingual StudentsLanguage Difference, Translinguality, and L2 Writing: Conflations, Confusions, and the Work of WritingIt’s Always Already About Language: Hopeful Paths for Productive Exchange Between Second Language Writing and TranslingualismTwo Sides of the Same Coin? The Complementary Role of Fixity and Fluidity Orientations in Writing StudiesIII Reconciling ScholarshipWeathering the Translingual StormA Translingual Scholar and Second Language Writing Scholar Talk It Out: Steps Toward ReconciliationDo There Really Have to be Two Sides? A Possible Path Forward for Translingual and Second Language Writing ScholarsCritical Pragmatism as a Middle Ground in Discussions of Linguistic DiversityThe Yin–Yang of Writing Education in GlobalizationIV Reconciling InstitutionsToward a Performative Commitment to HeterogeneityTear Down the Wall: Institutional Structures vs. Translingual RealitiesV Reconciling Curricula and PedagogiesWeighing English: Accounting for Power in Translingual WritingBeyond Disciplinary Divides: Coming to Terms With the Centrality of TranslationWith or Without TranslingualismOpening the Door: Toward a Framework for a Translingual ApproachTeaching and Learning Paths Toward Reconciling: Translingualism and Second Language WritingAbout the Authors
 
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