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Written By: Usree Bhattacharya on June 20, 2010 2 Comments

Foreignness-emotionally charged-is boundless in its capacity to otherize, peripheralize, and silence. It is not limited by the very same boundaries it seeks to draw-the boundaries may be lifted, readjusted, shifted, moved…one can be enforeigned in different ways, through different lenses, lenses that seek to capture the external, in ways that-ironically-internalize the object of foreignizing. We […]

Written By: daveski on May 26, 2010 1 Comment

Where is “the foreign” in language education? Is it going out of style, falling out of favor, abandoning the claim it used to have on places and people in popular discourse?

Growing up as a mostly monolingual English speaker in the United States, I did not often question that there were such things in the world […]

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