Webinar #1: "Title of the Webinar"
Webinar #2: "Title of the Webinar"
Webinar #3: "applied linguistics in the public realm: collaboration for justice"
In August of 2020, John Baugh (Washington University in St. Louis), Maneka Deanna Brooks (Texas State University), and Glenn Martínez (The Ohio State University) discussed the roles that applied linguists can play in co-creating a more just society. Each panelist addressed these five questions:
How would you summarize the objective of your work in one or two sentences, and how did you become interested in this topic?
How do you see your own positionality in relation to this work? What are the specific ways that you have collaborated and built relationships with individuals and groups through your engaged research/work?
Why is language an important part of your work? How does being an applied linguist make your contribution unique?
Highlight one success and one challenge you have experienced in focusing on language-related aspects of social justice.
What advice would you give to scholars and practitioners interested in applied linguistics for social justice?
This webinar was organized by the AAAL Public Affairs and Engagement Committee and was moderated by Netta Avineri (Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey (MIIS)).