Book Review - Linguistic Justice: Black Language, Literacy, Identity, and Pedagogy by April Baker-Bell

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  • Thir Budhathoki The University of Arizona

Author Biography

Thir Budhathoki, The University of Arizona

Thir Bahadur Budhathoki (he/him/his) is a Ph.D. candidate in Rhetoric, Composition, and the Teaching of English at the University of Arizona. He earned Masters in English at Tribhuvan University, Nepal and worked there as a lecturer and an assistant professor of English for over a decade before coming to the US in 2017. Being a multilingual student who learned English as a foreign language, his teaching and research interests are informed by politics of language and linguistic (in)justice in college writing, and a search for a more inclusive and responsive framework and pedagogies that bridge and capitalize on linguistic and cultural differences. Currently, he is working on his dissertation Linguistic Justice in Writing Studies: A Decolonial Perspective

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2022-01-11

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Budhathoki, T. (2022). Book Review - Linguistic Justice: Black Language, Literacy, Identity, and Pedagogy by April Baker-Bell. Literacy in Composition Studies, 9(1), 58–62. Retrieved from https://licsjournal.org/index.php/LiCS/article/view/1157

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Book Reviews