List of John Benjamins publications for which Shaila Sultana plays a role.
Translingual practices entangled with semiotized space and time
Edited by Shaila Sultana and Dariush Izadi
Special issue of Australian Review of Applied Linguistics 45:2 (2022) v, 116 pp.
Subjects Applied linguistics | Corpus linguistics | Discourse studies | Language acquisition | Language policy | Language teaching | Multilingualism | Pragmatics | Translation Studies | Writing and literacy
Translingual practices and national identity mediated in the semiotized digital spaces Translingual practices entangled with semiotized space and time, Sultana, Shaila and Dariush Izadi (eds.), pp. 175–1972022
Considering the contradictions in the structured and static approaches to the nation and national identity observed world-wide and fluid trans- approaches to language in applied linguistics and sociolinguistics, the paper explores how national identity is constructed and sustained nowadays,… read more | Article
Editorial: Translingual practices entangled with semiotized space and time Translingual practices entangled with semiotized space and time, Sultana, Shaila and Dariush Izadi (eds.), pp. 127–1342022
Language and identity in virtual space: Reconceptualisation of ELF Asian Perspectives on English as a Lingua Franca and Identity, Sung, Chit Cheung Matthew (ed.), pp. 216–2372016
Based on the data drawn from an intensive ethnographic study on young adults in Bangladesh conducted in the virtual space, specifically Facebook (FB) and analysis of those data through a transglossic framework, the paper shows that the meaning-making processes in lingua franca (LF) encounters can… read more | Article
Relocalizing the translingual practices of young adults in Mongolia and Bangladesh Translation and Translanguaging in Multilingual Contexts 1:1, pp. 4–262015
The translingual practices of young Mongolians and Bangladeshis suggest that contrary to those popular discourses which position youth as passive recipients of global culture, these young adults are better understood as actively and powerfully engaged with popular culture productions. Drawing on… read more | Article
Transglossic language practices: Young adults transgressing language and identity in Bangladesh Translation and Translanguaging in Multilingual Contexts 1:2, pp. 202–2322015
This paper contributes to a recent development in Applied Linguistics that encourages research from trans- approaches. Drawing on the results of an ethnographic research project carried out in a university of Bangladesh. It is illustrated how young adults actively and reflexively use a mixture of… read more | Article