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Works Cited Transnational literacies and mobile English imaginaries: rethinking the Canada/Brazil relation

2011/03/14

For  a conference April 18-20 Formação de Professores e Ensino de Língua Inglesa (I SEFELI) coordenadoria de Língua Inglesa do Departamento de Letras Estrangeiras da Universidade Federal de Sergipe (UFS) https://sites.google.com/site/sefeliufs/

Anderson, Benedict. (1983; 1991 2nd rev. edn) Imagined Communities: Reflections on the Origin and Spread of Nationalism. London: Verso.

Appadurai, Arjun. (1996). Modernity at Large: Cultural Dimensions of Globalization. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.

Brown, Philip, Hugh Lauder and David Ashton. (2011) The global auction: the broken promises of education, jobs and incomes. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Brown, Susan. (2011) “Don’t Mind the Gap: Evolving Digital Modes of Scholarly Production Across the Digital-Humanities Divide.” In Coleman, Daniel and Smaro Kamboureli, eds. Retooling the Humanities: the Culture of Research in Canadian Universities. Edmonton: University of Alberta Press. 203-232.

Brydon, Diana, Walkyria Monte Mor and Lynn Mario Menezes T. de Souza, “Developing New Literacies in Cross-cultural Contexts: Future Directions for teaching English in Brazilian and Global Contexts,” In MONTEIRO, Maria Conceição; BESNER, Neil; NUÑEZ, Carlinda F. P. Diálogos nas Américas – Brasil / Canadá: Culturas e Literaturas /Dialogues in the Americas – Brazil / Canada: Cultures and Literatures.[N. 2 ].   Editora Caetés: Rio de Janeiro, 2010. 13-30.

Brydon, Diana (2011). “Do the Humanities Need a New Humanism?” In Coleman, Daniel and Smaro Kamboureli, eds. Retooling the Humanities: The Culture of Research in Canadian Universities. Edmonton: University of Alberta Press. 233-62.

Building Global Democracy: www.buildingglobaldemocracy.org

Castoriadis, Cornelius. (1998) The Imaginary Institution of Society. Trans. Kathleen Blarney. Cambridge: MIT Press.

Connell, R. (2007) Southern theory: the global dynamics of knowledge in social science. Cambridge: Polity.

Fee, Margery. (2009). “Disciplinary Literacy.” English Studies in Canada. 35.4. 27-30.

Friedman, Thomas. L. (2005) The World is Flat: A Brief History of the Twenty-first Century. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux.

International Association of Universities. (2009). Initial Results of the 3rd Global Survey Report. “Internationalization of Higher Education: Global Trends, Regional Perspectives.” http://www.iau-aiu.net/internationalization/index.html

Hitchcock, Peter. (2003) Imaginary States: Studies in Cultural Transnationalism. Urbana: University of Illinois Press.

Kenway, J. and Fahey, J.eds. (2009), eds. Globalizing the Research Imagination. London: Routledge.

Lionnet, F and Shih, S-M. (2008) Introduction: Thinking through the minor, transnationally. In Lionnet, F. and Shih, S-M, eds. Minor Transnationalism. Durham: Duke University Press. 1-23.

Marginson, S and Sawir, E. (2005) Interrogating global flows in higher education. Globalisation, Societies and Education. 3.3. 281-309.

Peake, L and de Souza, K. (2010). Feminist academic and activist praxis in service of the transnational. In Lock Swan, A and Nagar, R. eds. Critical Transnational Feminist Praxis. Albany: SUNY Press.

Ramanathan, V, Norton, B, Pennycook, A. (2010). “Preface.” In Saxena, M and Omoniyi, T., eds. Contending with Globalization in World Englishes. Bristol: Multilingual Matters.

Richardson, George. (2008) Caught Between Imaginaries: Global Citizenship Education and the Persistence of Nation. In Abdi, A and Shultz, L, eds. Educating for Human Rights and Global Citizenship.  State University of New York Press. 55-64.

Robertson, Susan L., Lois Weis and Fazal Rizvi. (2011) “Review Symposium.” British Journal of Sociology of Education. 32.2. 293-311.

Sidhu, Ravinder K. (2006) Universities and Globalization: To Market, To Market. Mahwah, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Taylor, Charles. (2004) Modern Social Imaginaries. Durham: Duke University Press.

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