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Hornberger, N. H.
Hornberger, Nancy H.
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1951-
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Corson, David
Cummins, Jim (1949-)
King, Kendall A. (1969-)
Martin-Jones, Marilyn
May, Stephen (1962-)
McKay, Sandra
McKay, Sandra (1945-)
Mejía, Anne-Marie de
Pütz, Martin (1955-.)
Pütz, Martin (1955-)
Street, Brian V.
University of Wisconsin--Madison
Van Deusen-Scholl, Nelleke
Titles: 
Advances in Bilingual Education Research
Afterword Discursive Approaches to Understanding Teacher Collaboration : Policy into Practice
Afterword : Ecology and Ideology in Multilingual Classrooms
Aspects of Bilingualism in Wales
Authenticity and Unification in Quechua Language Planning
Bilingual Education and English-Only: A Language-Planning Framework
Bilingual Education and Language Maintenance A Southern Peruvian Quechua Case
BILINGUAL EDUCATION AND QUECHUA LANGUAGE MAINTENANCE IN HIGHLAND PUNO, PERU (LATIN AMERICA, ANDES, NATIVE AMERICAN, INTERNATIONAL, SOCIOLINGUISTICS)
Bilingual Education Policy and Practice in the Andes: Ideological Paradox and Intercultural Possibility.
Bilingual education success, but policy failure
Biliteracy Contexts, Continua, and Contrasts: Policy and Curriculum for Cambodian and Puerto Rican Students in Philadelphia.
Biliteracy, transnationalism, multimodality, and identity : Trajectories across time and space
Bringing the Language Forward: School-Based Initiatives for Quechua Language Revitalization in Ecuador and Bolivia
Can Peru's Rural Schools Be Agents for Quechua Language Maintenance?
Can schools save indigenous languages? : policy and practice on four continents
Continua of biliteracy an ecological framework for educational policy, research, and practice in multilingual settings
Continua of Biliteracy and the Bilingual Educator: Educational Linguistics in Practice, The
Continua of Biliteracy and the Bilingual Educator, The : Educational Linguistics in Practice
Continua of Biliteracy: Quechua Literacy and Empowerment in Peru
Creating Successful Learning Contexts for Bilingual Literacy
Creating Successful Learning Contexts for Biliteracy.
Cultural Communication and Intercultural Contact
Dell H. Hymes : His Scholarship and Legacy in Anthropology and Education
Diccionario trilingüe quechua de Cusco qhiswa, English, castellano
Ecology of language
Educational Linguistics as a Field: A View from Penn's Program on the Occasion of Its 25th Anniversary
Educational linguistics : critical concepts in linguistics
Ethnography and Schools: Qualitative Approaches to the Study of Education
Ethnography in Linguistic Perspective: Understanding School Processes
First Workshop on Quechua and Aymara Writing, The
Five Vowels or Three? Linguistics and Politics in Quechua Language Planning in Peru
Flutes of Fire: Essays on California Indian Languages
Haku yachaywasiman : la educación bilingüe y el futuro del quechua en Puno
Heritage/Community Language Education : US and Australian Perspectives
Hornberger S., E. Diccionario tri-lingüe, 1977 or 1978 (a.e.)
Hymes's linguistics and ethnography in education
Illegal Alphabets and Adult Biliteracy: Latino Migrants Crossing the Linguistic Border
Indigenous Literacies in the Americas: Language Planning from the Bottom up. Contributions to the Sociology of Language, 75.
Introduction: Bilingual Education and Indigenous Languages in the Light of Language Planning
introductory reader to the writings of Jim Cummins, An
Key Issues in Bilingualism and Bilingual Education
Knowledge about language
Language Acquisition of a Bilingual Child: A Sociolinguistic Perspective (To Age Ten)
Language and Language Use: Studies in Spanish
Language Education of Language Minority Students in the United States. The Six Nation Education Research Project. The United States: A Country Report.
Language Ideology in Quechua Communities of Puno, Peru
Language loyalty, language planning and language revitalization recent writings and reflections from Joshua A. Fishman
Language Planning and Social Change
Language Planning from the Bottom Up
Language Planning Orientations and Bilingual Education in Peru
Language Policy and Ideological Paradox: A Comparative Look at Bilingual Intercultural Education Policy and Practice in Three Andean Countries.
Language Policy and Planning in South America.
Language Policy, Language Education, and Language Rights: Indigenous, Immigrant, and International Perspectives.
Language Revitalisation in the Andes: Can the Schools Reverse Language Shift?
Language socialization
Language testing and assessment
Learning in Two Worlds: An Integrated Spanish/English Biliteracy Approach
Lectura, escritura y matemáticas como prácticas sociales : diálogos con América Latina
Linguistic Human Rights: Overcoming Linguistic Discrimination
Linguistic Minorities, Policies, and Pluralism
Literacy and Language Planning
Literacy Development in a Multilingual Context: Cross-Cultural Perspectives
Literacy in South America.
Literacy, Language Maintenance, and Linguistic Human Rights: Three Telling Cases
Maintaining and Revitalising Indigenous Languages in Latin America: State Planning vs. Grassroots Initiatives
Misbehaviour, Punishment and Put-Down: Stress for Quechua Children in School
Mother-Tongue Literacy in the Cambodian Community of Philadelphia
Multilingual Education Policy and Practice: Ten Certainties (Grounded in Indigenous Experience)
Multilingual language policies and the continua of biliteracy : An ecological approach
Multilingual Language Policy and School Linguistic Practice: Globalization and English-Language Teaching in India, Singapore and South Africa
Negotiating Methodological Rich Points in Applied Linguistics Research: An Ethnographer's View
Nichols to NCLB: Local and Global Perspectives on U.S. Language Education Policy
No Child Left Behind: Repealing and Unpeeling Federal Language Education Policy in the United States
Note from the Editor, A
Opening and Filling Up Implementational and Ideological Spaces in Heritage Language Education
Other Languages of England, The
Place to Be Navajo-Rough Rock and the Struggle for Self-Determination in Indigenous Schooling, A
Presenting a Holistic and an Emic View: The Literacy in Two Languages Project
Pupil Participation and Teacher Techniques: Criteria for Success in a Peruvian Bilingual-Education Program for Quechua Children
Quechua as a Lingua Franca
Quechua Language Shift, Maintenance, and Revitalization in the Andes: The Case for Language Planning
Quechua Literacy and Empowerment in Peru
"Getting Far Enough to Like It": Biliteracy in the Middle School.
Reclaiming the Local in Language Policy and Practice
Research methods in language and education
Reviews -- Introduccion a la Lengua y Cultura Quechuas by Julio Calvo Perez
Revisiting the Continua of Biliteracy: International and Critical Perspectives.
Rise and Fall of the Ethnic Revival: Perspectives on Language and Ethnicity, The
Schooltime, Classtime, and Academic Learning Time in Rural Highland Puno, Peru.
Selections.
Signs, Songs, and Memory in the Andes: Translating Quechua Language and Culture
Six Nation Education Research Project. The United States: A Country Report. Language Education of Language Minority Students in the United States, The
Slicing the Onion Ethnographically: Layers and Spaces in Multilingual Language Education Policy and Practice
Sociolinguistics and language education
Sociolinguistics and language teaching
Spanish in the Community: Changing Patterns of Language Use in Highland Peru
Synthesis and Discussion: Vitality, Versatility, Stability--Conditions for Collaborative Change.
Tramites and Transportes: The Acquisition of Second Language Communicative Competence for One Speech Event in Puno, Peru
Understanding What Counts: Issues of Language, Culture, and Power in Mathematics Instruction and Assessment.
Unpeeling the Onion: Language Planning and Policy and the ELT Professional
Voice and Biliteracy in Indigenous Language Revitalization : Contentious Educational Practices in Quechua, Guarani, and Maori Contexts
Works.
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ANTHROPOLOGY AND EDUCATION QUARTERLY
BILINGUAL EDUCATION AND BILINGUALISM
CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE SOCIOLOGY OF LANGUAGE
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BILINGUAL EDUCATION AND BILINGUALISM
JOURNAL OF LANGUAGE IDENTITY AND EDUCATION
LANGUAGE IN SOCIETY -LONDON-
LANGUAGE POLICY
LINGUISTICS AND EDUCATION
TEXT AND TALK
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