Meaning Making in the Periphery
AILA Review, Volume 30
[AILA Review, 30] 2017. xiii, 188 pp.
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Table of Contents
IntroductionLuiz Paulo Moita-Lopes & Mike Baynham | pp. v–xiii
Migrant rap in the periphery: Performing politics of belongingSirpa Leppänen & Elina Westinen | pp. 1–26
Creative entextualizations of discourses about race in multi-sited discursive practices in the Brazilian ‘periphery’Thayse Figueira Guimarães & Luiz Paulo Moita-Lopes | pp. 27–49
Negotiating sustainability across scales: Community organising in the Outer HebridesJaspal Naveel Singh & Tom Bartlett | pp. 50–71
The chronotopes of authenticity: Designing the Tujia heritage in ChinaXuan Wang & Sjaak Kroon | pp. 72–95
Traces of old and new center-periphery dynamics in language-in-education policy and practice: Insights from a linguistic ethnographic study in Timor-LesteIldegrada Da Costa Cabral & Marilyn Martin-Jones | pp. 96–119
Challenge from the margins: New uses and meanings of written practices in WichiCamilo Ballena & Virginia Unamuno | pp. 120–143
On the relationality of centers, peripheries and interactional regimes: Translanguaging in a community interpreting eventMike Baynham & Jolana Hanušová | pp. 144–166
Multilingualism as utopia: Fashioning non-racial selvesChristopher Stroud & Quentin Williams | pp. 167–188