About Us, By Us, For Us

In chronological order

Articles

Black Teachers Matter
Noreen Caplen-Spence (2020)  
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Race and Language Teaching
Kerry Soo Von Esch, Suhanthie Motha, & Ryuko Kubota (2020)  
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Bilingualism—But Not Plurilingualism—Promoted by Immersion Education in Canada: Questioning Equity for Students of English as an Additional Language
Ryuko Kubota & Jeff Bale (2020)  
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Is an Antiracist and Decolonizing Applied Linguistics Possible?
Suhanthie Motha (2020)  
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Black teachers of English in South Korea: Constructing Identities as a Native English Speaker and English Language Teaching Professional
Quanisha D. Charles (2019)  
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Exploring TESOL Teacher Educators as Learners and Reflective Scholars: A Shared Narrative Inquiry
Megan Madigan Peercy, Judy Sharkey, Laura Baecher, Suhanthie Motha, Manka Varghese (2019)  
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Racial Bias within the TESOL Profession and its Implications in the EFL context: Interview with Ryuko Kubota
Interviewed by Perla Villegas Torres & Diana Stukan (2019)  
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Confronting Epistemological Racism, Decolonizing Scholarly Knowledge: Race and Gender in Applied Linguistics
Ryuko Kubota (2019)
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Race, Representation, and Diversity in the American Association for Applied Linguistics
Usree Bhattacharya, Lei Jiang, Suresh Canagarajah (2019)
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Speaking Up and Pushing Back: Women of Color in the Academy
The Sister Scholars: Rachel Grant, Ryuko Kubota, Angel Lin, Suhanthie Motha, Gertrude Tinker Sachs, Stephanie Vandrick, & Shelley Wong (2019)
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Diversifying Language Educators & Learners
Uju Anya & L. J. Randolph Jr. (2019)
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The “Exotic Other”: A Poetic Autoethnography of Two Muslim Teachers in Higher Education
Samah A. Elbelazi & Lama Alharbi (2019)
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Race and Ethnicity in Teacher Education
Uju Anya (2018)
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Alternative Terms for NNESTs
Rashi Jain (2018)
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Point of View: Some like to say: ‘what happens at conferences, stays at conferences’
Varinder Unlu (2018)

Non-Japanese Asian Female English Teachers Speak Out: Dismantling White Privilege in Japan
Margaret Kim & Nancy Shzh-chen Lee (2017)
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Rewriting Dominant Narratives of the Academy: Women Faculty of Color and Identity Management
Suhanthie Motha & Manka M. Varghese (2016)
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Empathy & Inclusion for ELL Students
Rusul Alrubail (2014)
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Racializing ESOL Teacher Identities in U.S. K‐2 Public Schools
Suhanthie Motha (2012)
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Racialized Research Identities in ESL/EFL Research
Ena Lee & Andrea Simon-Maeda (2012)
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Ethical Issues in Addressing Inequity In/Through ESL Research
Ena Lee
(2011)
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Rethinking TESOL From a SOL’s Perspective: Indigenous Epistemology and Decolonizing Praxis in TESOL
Hyunjung Shin
(2011)
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Race and TESOL: Introduction to Concepts and Theories
Ryuko Kubota & Angel Lin (2006)

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The Struggle for Language Rights: Naming and Interrogating the Colonial Legacy of “English Only”
Lilia I. Bartolomé (2006)

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Women Faculty of Color in TESOL: Theorizing Our Lived Experiences
Angel Lin, Rachel Grant, Ryuko Kubota, Suhanthie Motha, Gertrude Tinker Sachs, Stephanie Vandrick, & Shelley Wong (2004)
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The Author Responds: (Un)Raveling Racism in a Nice Field Like TESOL
Ryuko Kubota (2002)
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Nativism, the Native Speaker Construct,
and Minority Immigrant Women Teachers
of English as a Second Language
Nuzhat Amin (2001)
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Minority women teachers of ESL: Negotiating White English
Nuzhat Amin (1999)
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Race and the Identity of the Nonnative ESL Teacher
Nuzhat Amin (1997)
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#ELTtoo Movement

ELTtoo: A movement to raise awareness and take action against harassment and bullying in ELT
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Book Chapters

Chapter 20: Race in Critical Research
Ryuko Kubota (2019)
Qualitative Research Topics in Language Teacher Education edited by Gary Barkhuizen


Blogposts

Out of the Box: Being a Woman of Color in ELT in Japan
Parisa Mehran (2020)  
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Building Trust & Creating Online Safe Spaces for Marginalized Participants
Maha Bali (2020)  
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Using Social Justice to Promote Student Voice
Lorena Germán (2020)  
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Racial Biases in Academic Knowledge  
Ryuko Kubota (2019) 
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Real Talk: metoo & EDI in the ELT Classroom 
Jade Cintron (2019)  
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How Teachers Can Support Students During Ramadan  
Rusul Alrubail (2019)  
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Harassment in Japan Experienced By ALTs Farrah Hasnain (2018)
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Students Have Refused to Be Taught By Me 
Varinder Unlu (2017) 

Varinder Unlu (2017)

Back to School: A Survival Guide For Teachers Of Color (2017)
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How To Survive A White Workplace As A Person Of Color
Dakota Kim (2017)
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Equity for English-Language Learners Rusul Alrubail (2016)
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4 ESL Teaching Tips for Black Teachers
Karl Gourgue (2016)
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The Ugly Truth About Teaching English Abroad: Fighting Discrimination Against Minorities
Trisha Velarmino (2015)
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Dissertations

Navigating and Responding to Raciolinguistic Ideologies: Refugee and Immigrant Students’ Literacy Practices Across Contexts by Sumyat Thu (2020)
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Black Teachers of English in South Korea
by Quanisha D. Charles (2017)
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Negotiating nativism: Minority immigrant women and the native speaker construct
Nuzhat Amin (2000)
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Webinars

Navigating Academia as a Minority Scholar
Hatime Çiftçi, Usree Bhattacharya, Nelson Flores
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Podcasts

The Need for and Needs of Teachers of Color
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Dismantling Racism in Education
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We Teach Languages Episode 43: Common Misconceptions in English Language Teaching with Ryuko Kubota
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Books


Videos

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