Explores race, language and literacy education through a combination of scholarship, personal history and even fiction. Inoue comes to terms with his own languaging practices in his upbringing and schooling, while also arguing that there are racist aspects to current English language standards.262 pp.
Robert Blake, now with Gabriel Guillén, updates his successful book (1st ed. 2008, 2nd ed. 2013) on how to teach foreign languages using technology.231 pp.
Provides action-focused resources and tools—heuristics, methodologies and theories—for scholars to enact social justice.255 pp.
Addresses the lived experiences of those working in the non-tenure-track faculty trenches through storytelling and reflection.243 pp.
Draws attention to material practices—those that the hands perform—as three epistemologies that together give pointed consideration to "making" as a rhetorical embodied endeavor. Combined, these epistemologies show that making is a form of knowing that (episteme), knowing how (techne), and wisdom-making (phronesis).278 pp.