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Table Of Contents
Foreword Hilary Janks Preface Chapter 1 What counts as [a] language? Chapter 2 What counts as language in education policy and curricula? Chapter 3 Whose language resources count in schooling? Chapter 4 Anglonormativity: language ideologies and the reproduction of race Chapter 5 Positioning students in an Anglonormative English class: asymmetrical relations of knowing. Chapter 6 Hope I: Students' agency in interrupting Anglonormativity Chapter 7 Hope II: Interrupting Anglonormativty through transformative pedagogies Chapter 8 Conclusion: Changing what counts as legitimate language use in schooling
Carolyn McKinney is Associate Professor, Language Education, School of Education, University of Cape Town, South Africa.