Caroline Staquet

  • Staquet C. (2019). « Les agendas politique et économique dans l’enseignement d’une matière par l’intégration d’une langue étrangère (EMILE). Une analyse interdiscursive de quelques termes non-didactiques entourant le concept ». S. Gola, M. Pierrard, E. Tops, & D. Van Raemdonck (Ed.), Enseigner et apprendre les langues au XXIe siècle : Méthodes alternatives et nouveaux dispositifs d’accompagnement (Vol. 47, pp. 129–155). Peter Lang.

Demet Arpacik

2023. (book, accepted, forthcoming). Arpacik, D. The Medium of Liberation: Kurdish Language and Education Activism in Turkey. “Contributions to the Sociology of Language” book series by De Gruyter Mouton (doctoral dissertation).

2022. (accepted, forthcoming). Arpacık, D. & Nimer, M. Education and language policies towards Syrian Refugees in the post-imperial Turkish State: Incorporating former imperial subjects into the Neo-Ottomanist political regime. Comparative Education Review.

2019. Arpacık. D., Feeling solidarity in an estranged city: Ethnography in the post-war Diyarbakır under surveillance. In B. Baser, M. Toivanen, B. Zorlu, Y. Duman (Eds.), Methodological approaches in Kurdish studies: Theoretical and practical insights from the field (pp. 101-121). Lanham: Lexington Books.

2018. Arpacik, D., “Redefining Kurdishness in the new sociopolitical space of the U.S. diaspora: Experiences of Kurdish students and their parents in Nashville schools”. Journal of Ethnic and Cultural Studies, 6 (2), 44-56.

2016. Arpacık. D., Archanjo, R. Kurdish language class in New York: A platform for social, political and (inter)personal engagement. Bellaterra Journal of Teaching and Learning Language & Literature, 9 (2), 14-31.

2015. Arpacık, D., Language education of linguistically minoritized students: First steps for teachers In the Special Issue on Translanguaging. Online Journal of Theory, Research, and Action in Urban Education, Graduate Center, CUNY