Critical Multilingualism Studies

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Vol 5, No 1 (2017)

Table of Contents


Introduction to Issue 5:1 PDF
David Gramling, Amanda Snell, Chantelle Warner 1–6


Myths of Origin and the Communicative Turn PDF
Barbara Schmenk 7–36
A Capability Approach to Language Education in the Gaza Strip: “To Plant Hope in a Land of Despair” PDF
Maria Grazia Imperiale 37–58
From Cultural Translation to Clinical Consultation: Working between Languages, Working between Disciplines PDF
Anna-Louise Milne 59–84
Standardizing Competences and the Ideology of Assessment: On Dissociated Knowledge and Dispossessed Actors in EU Language Education Policy PDF
Aline Gohard-Radenkovic 85–111
Against All Standards: On Regional Variation in the German Language Classroom PDF
Julia Ruck 112–143
Understanding Passive Bilingualism in Eastern Ukraine PDF
Anastasia Lakhtikova 144–173
Conceptualizations of Multilingualism: An Affordances Perspective PDF
Larissa Aronin 174–207
The Noise of Multilingualism: Reader Diversity, Linguistic Borders and Literary Multimodality PDF
Julia Tidigs, Markus Huss 208–235

Review Essays

The Sociology of Translation: Hanna Sameh’s Bourdieu in Translation Studies PDF
Judith Menzl 236–239

Calls for Contributions

CFP: Multilingualism in Contexts of Migration and Refuge PDF
CMS Editors
Call: Translations Review Section PDF
CMS Editors