TOC announcement

Harold Schiffman hfsclpp at
Wed May 7 21:51:15 UTC 2008

Forwarded From: Jeff Bale <jbale at>

Editorial Assistant
International Multilingual Research Journal
Imrjlist at

For Terrence G. Wiley and Alfredo J. Artiles, editors

Hello all,

The editors of the International Multilingual Research Journal are
pleased to announce the release of a special double issue.  The first
part of the issue, guest edited by Ofelia García of Teachers College,
Columbia University, looks at various aspects of Spanish as a Global
Language.  It contains four articles and a book review. The second
part of the issue presents an additional article, research notes, and
two book reviews.  Information on ordering this issue or a
subscription for your library/institution can be found at

The table of contents for the issue follows this note.

All the best, and happy reading.

Jeff Bale
Editorial Assistant
International Multilingual Research Journal
Imrjlist at

For Terrence G. Wiley and Alfredo J. Artiles,

International Multilingual Research Journal, 2(1/2), Summer 2008

Part 1:  Special section on Spanish as a Global Language
Guest edited by Ofelia García

Del Valle, J.  The Pan-Hispanic Community and the Conceptual Structure
of Linguistic Nationalism

Mar-Molinero, C.  Subverting Cervantes: Language Authority in global Spanish

Niño-Garcia, M., Gondenzzi, J. C., & Rothman, J. Spanish as a World
Language: The Interplay of Globalized Localization and Localized

Moreno-Fernández, F., & Otero, J.: The Status and Future of Spanish
among the Main International Languages: The Quantitative Dimension

Book Review
Review of Mar-Molinero, C. & Stewart, M. Globalization and language in
the Spanish-speaking world. By K. Potowski

Part 2

Stromquist, N. The Political Benefits of Adult Literacy: Presumed and
Real Effects

Research Notes
Connor, R. Computer simulation and new ways of creating matched-guise techniques

Book Reviews
Review of Okhee Lee and Aurolyn Luykx. Science Education and Student
Diversity: Synthesis and Research Agenda. Reviewed by J. Langman

Review of Fairclough, Marta Spanish and Heritage Language Education in
the United States: Struggling with Hypotheticals.  By J. Porras

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