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[Commlist] Transitions: Journal of Transient Migration 3.2 published

Fri Nov 22 15:47:24 GMT 2019

Intellect is pleased to announce that /Transitions: Journal of Transient Migration/ 3.2 is now available!

Special Issue: ‘Mobilities, Immobilities, and Inequalities: “Travelling” Ideas in English Language Education’

For more information about the special issue and journal, click here >>

*Aims & scope*

Transient migration due to the global movements of people for work, study and lifestyle is part of everyday life. This journal thus aims to provide a platform that explores and investigates the complexities of transient migration and to map the experiences of the growing number of transient migrants as they engage and interact with communities that are linked both to their home and host nations. This journal seeks to look at the ways in which transient migrants cope with transience and how transient migration affects individuals and communities in this transitional yet significant period. The scope of the journal will include but not be limited to themes of belonging, identity, networks, nation, culture, religion, race and ethnicity, gender and memory while incorporating the roles played by various platforms to facilitate these themes such as media, politics, policy, economy and the creative industries.

*Issue 3.2*


Mobilities, immobilities and inequalities: Interrogating ‘travelling’ ideas in English language education and English medium instruction in world contexts <>

Dat Bao, Phan Le Ha and Osman Barnawi


English in the real world: What classroom pedagogy has not taught <>

Dat Bao

The relational work of international teachers: A case study of a Sino-foreign school <>

Alex Kostogriz and Gary Bonar


Reflection on education equity in Vietnam: Teachers’ and students’ voices in an English tourism programme <>

Giang Nguyen Hoang Le

Examining the (im)mobility of African American Muslim TESOL teachers in Saudi Arabia <>

Sulaiman Jenkins


‘It will be funny [to speak Hindi]’: Travelling Englishes and perceptions about learning migrant languages in Qatar <>

Sara Hillman

An appraisal of the mother tongue for early child education in Nigeria <>

Babatunji Hezekiah Adepoju


Creativity and Innovations in ELT Materials Development: Looking Beyond the Current Design, Dat Bao (ed.) (2018), 1st ed. <>

Mayyer Ling

Neoliberalism and English Language Education Policies in the Arabian Gulf, Osman Z. Barnawi (2018) <>

Mirza Muhammad Zubair Baig

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