Against the limitations English monolingualism imposes on composition scholarship, as evident in journal submission requirements, frequency of references to non-English medium writing, bibliographical resources, and our own past work, we argue for adopting a translingual approach to languages, disciplines, localities, and research traditions in our scholarship, and propose ways individuals, journals, conferences, and graduate programs might advance composition scholarship toward a translingual norm.
Original Publication Information
This article was originally published in College Composition and Communication, volume 63, number 2, in 2011.
Horner, Bruce; NeCamp, Samantha; and Donahue, Christiane, "Toward a multilingual composition scholarship : from English only to a translingual norm." (2011). Faculty Scholarship. Paper 73.