Los XV de Rubí

To access this article free of charge for the next month go to –> https://authors.elsevier.com/a/1Z8do5YrUnEBf Abstract Communication technologies aid transnational communities in maintaining their relationships and strengthening their identities across borders. For example, by using digital media, communities can transcend both place and time to enter social spaces where they co-create shared experiences. This articleContinue reading “Los XV de Rubí”

MA-TESL student proposals accepted for the 2016 International Symposium on Second Language Writing

Congratulations to our MA-TESL students Marie-Louise and Aurora for having their papers accepted for the 2016 International Symposium on Second Language Writing in Arizona State University in October!!!! Marie-Louise will present her work on digital literacies, and Aurora will present findings on her upcoming MA thesis on multilingual tutors in writing centers! Good job Marie-LouiseContinue reading “MA-TESL student proposals accepted for the 2016 International Symposium on Second Language Writing”

Why writing with an accent? About my new #article in #sociolinguistics

Christiansen, M. S. (2015) ‘A ondi queras’: Ranchero Identity Construction by US Born Mexicans on Facebook. Journal of Sociolinguistics, 19(5), 688-702. Writing with an accent is an idea that I’ve had since I first began studying Rhetoric and Composition during my master’s degree back in 2005. I first wondered about the idea since I wasContinue reading “Why writing with an accent? About my new #article in #sociolinguistics”