Klapper Hall 609
With my training in Applied Linguistics, my research centers around how language use and practices are intersected with social inequalities. Particularly, my work so far has engaged with issues in relation to the following research areas:
critical approaches to language and literacy studies and education; translingual and transnational literacy practices and identities; language ideology; English language and literacy teacher education; composition instructions
Before joining Queens College, I taught First-Year Composition courses, multilingual graduate writing course, Intro to Business Writing, and Oral and Written Communication courses. I have also taught graduate courses on Language Socialization, Teaching Second Language Writing, and TESOL Methods.
In Spring 2019, I will be teaching:
ENGL 110 College Writing I
ENGL 115.1 Topics in College Writing
ENGL 200W Essay Writing
Lee, E., & Canagarajah, A. S. (forthcoming). Beyond native and nonnative: Translingual dispositions for more inclusive theorization of language teacher identity. To appear in the special Issue in Journal of Language, Identity, and Education (Winter, 2019).
Lee, E., & Canagarajah, A. S. (2018). The connection between transcultural dispositions and translingual practices in academic writing. Journal of Multicultural Discourse.
Lee, E. (2017). “Korean is forbidden in this class”: A Korean multilingual writer’s resistance to local language ideologies in English classes. In J.W. Lee, & C. Jenks (Eds.), Korean Englishes in transnational contexts. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan
Alvarez, S., Canagarajah, S., Lee, E., Lee, J.W., & Shakil, R. (2017). Translingual practice, ethnic identity, and voice in writing. In B. Horner (Ed.), Crossing divides: Exploring translingual writing pedagogies and programs. Boulder, CO: University Press of Colorado & Utah State University Press.
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