A global look at Indigenous language planning and policy

Three School of Social Transformation faculty members in culture, society and education contributed substantially to the most recent issue of the International Multilingual Research Journal. The special issue, "Globalization from the Bottom Up: Indigenous Language Planning and Policy Across Time, Space, and Place," features articles drawn from ethnographic studies of language policy that illuminate grassroots globalization in Indigenous settings in Africa, South America, Native North America and Southeast Asia. Teresa McCarty, who co-directs ASU's Center for Indian Education, co-edited the theme issue and co-authored an article; Mary Eunice Romero-Little contributed an article; and Alfredo Artilies, who co-directs the Equity Alliance at ASU, is leading editor for the journal. The full issue is available for download at tandfonline.com