Glossos Journal

Glossos is a peer-reviewed journal devoted to publishing original, independent research in languages and linguistics. In addition to publishing articles devoted to any of the world's languages, Glossos also exists to provide an avenue of publication for articles based on SEELRC research projects. In this way, Glossos is devoted to the specific needs of Slavic and East European language instructors and learners, as well as the applied and theoretical linguistics communities.

ISSN 1544-404X

Current Issue

Issue 16: Fall 2020

This issue is a collection of articles, PowerPoint presentations, and videos produced as a result of our 2020 Summer Institute on Pedagogy and Diversity: Deepening partnerships across NC K-12 and universities (NCCU, NC A&T, Gardner-Webb, Duke). Subtopics over the 3 day virtual conference were: Future teachers, curriculum and social justice: Equitable teaching and learning across the curriculum & Pedagogy, Diversity& Equitable Teaching and Learning across the Curriculum: Language Pedagogy, Research and Testing: Development of web-based materials for classroom and remote platforms

Minority Voices in Education: A Playbook for Uncomfortable Conversations About Race; video also available by clicking here
Javaria Johnson (Gardner-Webb University-Masters of Teacher Leadership in Curriculum and Instruction (MTLCI) Candidate, Secondary Science Teacher, High Point Central High School- High Point, NC)

Cheresa Greene Simpson (Gardner-Webb University-MTLCI Program Coordinator, North Carolina A & T State University, Leadership Studies-Multicultural Education)

 

Social Emotional Learning During COVID-19; video also available by clicking here
Megan Lyons (
Assistant Professor, North Carolina Central University)
Freda Hicks (
School Partnership and Induction Counselor, North Carolina Central University)
Kia Eason (
Supplemental Instruction Coordinator, North Carolina Central University)

 

Covid Toolkit: A Resource for Educators: Navigating COVID-19 Through the Use of Culturally Responsive Teaching and Social Emotional Learning
Megan Lyons (
Assistant Professor, North Carolina Central University)
Freda Hicks (
School Partnership and Induction Counselor, North Carolina Central University)
Kia Eason (
Supplemental Instruction Coordinator, North Carolina Central University)

 

“Unmasking the Trauma of COVID-19 and George Floyd in Pre-Service Teacher Preparation”   (video)
Jared Webb (Assistant Professor, Education Preparation, NC Agricultural &Technical State University)
Brian Williams (Assistant Professor, Education Preparation, NC Agricultural & Technical State University)
Nicole Dobbins (Associate Professor, Education Preparation, NC Agricultural &Technical State University)
Nakeshia Williams (Associate Professor, Education Preparation, NC Agricultural & Technical State University)
Gerrelyn C. Patterson, Ph.D. (Chair, Department of Educator Preparation, College of Education, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University)

 

“Reimagining Language and Curriculum to Lever Equitable Classrooms and Schools”     (video)
David Malone (Professor of the Practice of Education, Director, Duke Service-Learning Director, Undergraduate Studies in Education)
Jan Riggsbee (Professor of the Practice of Education, Co-Founder & Director, Duke TeachHouse, Director, Duke K-6 Teacher Preparation)
Liliana Paredes (Professor of the Practice, Romance Studies Department, Linguistics Program, Director Spanish Language Program)

 

“Redefining the Canon: Restorative and Responsive Pedagogy”    (video)
Holly Jordan (English Teacher, Hillside High School, Durham NC, Duke M.A.T. Mentor Teacher)
Michele L. Saunders (English Teacher, Durham School of the Arts, Duke TeachHouse Fellow, Duke Durham Teaching Fellow, Duke M.A.T. 2020)

 

“Communication During a Crisis: Strengthening Community in a Multilingual Elementary School”     (video)
Leah Erlbaum (Duke Pre-service Teacher, Elementary K-6, Instructional Assistant, Lakewood Elementary School, Durham NC)
James Hopkins (Principal, Lakewood Elementary School, Durham NC)

 

“Visible Inequities: Reflections from an Early Career Teacher – COVID and Distance Learning”     (video)
Michael Chiang (2018 Duke graduate, Economics/Education, Social Studies Teacher, Forest Park High School, Baltimore, MD)

 

“Afrocentric Voices and Viewpoints: Problematizing Curriculum, Historiography and Epistemology to be Anti-Racist”     (video)
Martin Smith (Assistant Professor of the Practice of Education, Director, Duke Secondary Teacher Preparation)

 

“Deepening diversity in teaching and learning of languages and cultures”     (video)
Edna Andrews (Professor of Linguistics & Cultural Anthropology, Nancy & Jeffrey Marcus Professor of Slavic & Eurasian Studies. Chair, Linguistics Program. Director, CSEEES & SEELRC. Duke University)
Lee D. Baker (Mrs. A. Hehmeyer Professor of  Cultural Anthropology)
Abbas Benmamoun (Vice Provost for Faculty Advancement, Professor of Asian & Middle Eastern Studies & Linguistics)
Michael Newcity (Deputy Director CSEEES, Senior Research Scholar, Linguistics & Slavic Studies)
Troy Williams, Ph.D. (Duke University SEELRC Project Manager)

 

"Disembodied & embodied teaching and learning: Neuroscience applications to remote instruction"     (video)
Edna Andrews (Professor of Linguistics & Cultural Anthropology, Nancy & Jeffrey Marcus Professor, Director CSEEES & SEELRC)

 

“Intercultural and Bilingual Education with speakers of minority languages in times of COVID19 (Latin America)”     (video)
Liliana Paredes (Professor of the Practice, Romance Studies Department, Linguistics Program, Director Spanish Language Program)

 

“The Universality of Linguistic Renaming: Case study of U.S. Army Bases”     (video)
Michael Newcity (Deputy Director CSEEES, Senior Research Scholar, Linguistics & Slavic Studies)

 

“Language Ideologies and language teaching and learning”     (video)
Luciana Fellin (Professor of the Practice Romance Studies & Linguistics, Director, Italian Language Program, Duke University)

 

“Knowledge of Russian morphosyntax, proficiency, and the input modality: A study of early (heritage) and late learners of Russian”    (video)
Kira Gor (Professor of Second Language Acquisition, University of Maryland)

 

“The Structure of Russian Accentuation”    (video)
Ron Feldstein (Professor Emeritus, Department of Slavic and East European Languages and Cultures, Indiana University)

 

 

 

Issue 15: Summer 2020

Disembodied Teaching and Learning: Contributions from Speech Acts, Peircean Sign Theory and Multimodal Approaches to Embodied Cognition
Edna Andrews (Professor of Linguistics & Cultural Anthropology, Nancy & Jeffrey Marcus Professor, Director CSEEES & SEELRC)

 

Best Practices in Collecting and Encoding Behavioral Data for Analysis in fMRI Studies of Multilingualism and Musicianship
Hannah Folks, Trinity ‘21
Caroline Gamard, Trinity ‘22
Hope Morales, Trinity  ‘21
Devika Naphade, Trinity ‘21
Krishna Sinha, Trinity ‘22
Hanna Stern, Trinity ‘21
Lena Yannella, Trinity ‘22

 

 

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