Special issue guest edited by Rebecca Lorimer Leonard, Kate Vieira, and Morris Young.
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Table of Contents
|Special Editors' Introduction to Issue 3.3||PDF HTML|
|Moving Labor: Transnational Migrant Workers and Affective Literacies of Care||PDF HTML|
|Brokering the Immigrant Bargain: Second-Generation Immigrant Youth Negotiating Transnational Orientations to Literacy||PDF HTML|
|Arab Immigrant Mothers Parenting Their Way into Digital Biliteracy||PDF HTML|
|Laila Al-Salmi, Patrick Smith||48-66|
|Taking Hold of Global Englishes: Intensive English Programs as Brokers of Transnational Literacy||PDF HTML|
|Tensions of Local and Global: South Korean Students Navigating and Maximizing US College Life||PDF HTML|
|“The Advantages of Knowing How to Read and Write”: Literacy, Filmic Pedagogies, and the Hemispheric Projection of US Influence||PDF HTML|
|Christa Olson, Nancy Reddy||110-130|
|Trans-ing Our Way through Matter and Meaning||PDF HTML|
|Literacy, Economy, and Power: Writing and Research after Literacy in American Lives, edited by John Duffy, Julie Nelson Christoph, Eli Goldblatt, Nelson Graff, Rebecca S. Nowacek, and Bryan Trabold.||PDF HTML|
|Thomas P. Miller||134-137|
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