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Andrews, J., Attia, M., Fay, R. and Holmes, P. (2015), “Coming clean” about researching multilingually – what can we learn from mapping diverse approaches in different disciplines? (In process)

Breda, J. van, and Zwaan, K. (2015), Kroniek Advisering. Ontwikkelingen juni 2014-september 2015. In: Asiel & Migrantenrecht, Vol. 6 (9/10), pp. 406-417.

Craig, S. (2014), Case comment: Secretary of State for the Home Dept v MN., Journal of Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Law, Vol. 28(3), Bloomsbury, pp. 293-296.

Davcheva, L. and Fay, R. (2014). Tales of Ladino: Sephardic Jews in Bulgaria speak about their heritage language. In: Bet Debora, Vol.1, pp. 86-97.

Fay, R. and Andrews, J. (forthcoming), From linguistic preparation to developing a translingual mind-set – possible implications of plurilingualism for researcher education. In: J. Choi, S. Ollerhead and M. French (eds.), Plurilingualism in learning and teaching: complexities across contexts. London: Routledge.

Fay, R. and Davcheva L. (2016). Zones of interculturality and linguistic identity: tales of Ladino by Sephardic Jews in Bulgaria. In P. Holmes, M. Dooly and J.P. O’Regan (eds.), Intercultural dialogue: questions of research, theory and practice (pp.24-40). London: Routledge.

Fay, R. and Stelma, J. (2016). Criticality, intentionality and intercultural action. In M. Dasli and A. Diaz (eds.), The critical turn in language and intercultural communication pedagogy. pp.120-146, London: Routledge.

Fay, R. and Davcheva, L. (2014). Zones of interculturality and linguistic identity: Tales of Ladino by Sephardic Jews in Bulgaria. In: Language and Intercultural Communication, Vol.14(1), pp. 24-40.

Frimberger, K. (2016), Hearing-as-touch in a multilingual film interview: The interviewer’s linguistic incompetence as aesthetic key moment. In: International Multilingual Research Journal, 10(2), pp. 107-120. Download here.

Frimberger, K. (2016), Towards a well-being focused language pedagogy: Enabling arts-based, multilingual learning spaces for young people with refugee backgrounds. Download here.

Frimberger, K., White, R. and Ma, L. (2017), ‘If I didn’t know you what would you want me to see?’: Poetic mappings in neo-materialist research with young asylum seekers and refugees. In: Applied Linguistics Review, Special Issue (Special Issue on Visual Methods).  Doi: 10.1515/applirev-2016-1061

Gibb, R., and Danero Iglesias, J. (2017), Breaking the silence (again): on language learning and levels of fluency in ethnographic research. In: Sociological Review, Vol. 65(1), pp. 134-149. (doi:10.1111/1467-954X.12389)

Gramling, D. (2014), Getting up onto Monolingualism: Barthes, Kafka, Myth. In: Minnaards, L. and Dembeck, T., eds. Challenging the Myth of Monolingualism, Brill Rodopi, pp. 15–38 (24).

Gramling, D. (2016), Zur Mehrsprachigkeitsforschung in der interkulturellen Literaturwissenschaft: Wende, Romanze, Rückkehr? In: Heimböckel, D., Mein, G., Schiewer, G.L. and Sieburg, H. (eds.), Zeitschrift für interkulturelle Germanistik, Vol. 7(1). pp.135-150. Download here.

Gramling, D. (2016), Translanguagers and the Concentrationary Universe. In: Wolf, M. Ed. Interpreting in Nazi Concentration Camps, Bloomsbury, pp. 43-60.

Gramling, D. (2016), Hysterical Postsecularism. In: Cultural Critique, Vol. 93, pp. 86-112. Download here.

Gramling, D. (2016), The Invention of Monolingualism, Bloomsbury Academic.

Gramling, D. (2016), Seven Types of Multilingualism: Or, Wim Wenders Enfilms Pina Bausch. In: The Multilingual Screen New Reflections on Cinema and Linguistic Difference, Bloomsbury Academic, pp. 37-56.

Gramling, D. (2015), Multilingual and Intercultural Competence on the Threshold of the Third Reich. In: Jessner, U. and Kramsch, C. eds. The Multilingual Challenge, De Gruyter Mouton, pp. 161-184.

Gramling, D. and Hepkaner, I. (2016), Translating the Translingual Novel in Early Turkish Republican Literature: The Case of Sabahattin Ali. In: Authorizing Translation: Literature, Theory and Translation, yearbook of the International Association for Translation and Intercultural Studies (IATIS), pp. 32-46.

Gramling, D. and Dutta. A. (eds.) (2016), Translating Transgender, Vol. 3(3-4) of TSQ: Transgender Studies Quarterly, Duke University Press. Abstract here, table of contents here.

Gramling, D. (2016), Researching Multilingually in German Studies: A Brief Retrospective. In: German Studies Review, Vol 39(3), pp. 529-540. Excerpt here.

Gramling, D. and Warner, C. (2016), Whose ‘Crisis in Language’? How Translingual Students Critically Reframe the Future of Foreign Language Learning. In: L2 Journal, Vol. 8 (4), pp. 76-99. Download here.

Holmes, P. (2016), Navigating languages and interculturality in the research process : the ethics and positionality of the researcher and the researched. In: M. Dasli and A. Diaz (eds.), The critical turn in intercultural communication pedagogy : theory, research and practice. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge, pp. 91-108.

Holmes, P., Fay, R., Andrews, J. and Attia, M. (2016), How to research multilingually: Possibilities and complexities. In: Zhu, H., ed. (2016) Research Methods in Intercultural Communication: A Practical Guide. New York: Wiley Blackwell, pp. 88-102.

Huang, Z., Fay, R., & White, R. (2017), Mindfulness and the ethics of intercultural knowledge-work. Language and Intercultural Communication, 17(1), pp. 45-57.

Imperiale, M.G. (2017), A Capability Approach to Language Education in the Gaza Strip: “To Plant Hope in a Land of Despair”. In: Critical Multilingualism Studies, Vol. 5(1). Read here.

Imperiale M.G., Phipps A., Al-Masri N., and Fassetta G. (2017) Pedagogies of hope and resistance: English language education in the context of the Gaza Strip, Palestine. In: English Across the Fracture Lines: the contribution and relevance of English to security, stability and peace. Erling, E. J. (Ed). British Council. Read here.

Martin-Jones, M., Andrews, J. and Martin, D. (2016), Reflexive ethnographic research practice in multilingual contexts. In: Martin-Jones, M. and Martin, D., eds. (2016) Researching Multilingualism: Critical and Ethnographic Approaches. London: Routledge, pp. 189-202.

Paul, S. and Ferguson, D. (2017), Guide to Supporting Detainees in Immigration Bail Hearings in Scotland.

Phipps, A. (2017), Time for action against the far-right is now. In: The National, 30 Jan. 2017. Read here.

Phipps, A. (2017), Policies designed to keep refugees in limbo do nothing to promote integration. In: The National, 13 March 2017. Read here.

Phipps, A. (2017), One day without us… here’s what the history book might say in 20 years. In: The National, 21 Feb. 2017. Read here.

Phipps, A. (2016), Brutal baying for teeth, blood and bones for children trying to escape the Jungle. In: The National, 24 Oct. 2016. Read here.

Phipps, A. (2016), Government has shut the door on 3,000 children like my foster daughter. In: The National, 27 April 2016. Read here.

Phipps, A. (2016), My four days in hell: a Calais diary by Professor Alison Phipps. In: The National, 9 April 2016. Read here.

Phipps, A. (2016), When homes and lives are destroyed we need practical aid and solidarity. In: The National, 2 April 2016. Read here.

Phipps, A. (2015), Refugees dead or alive – an ‘existential challenge’. In: The National, 23 Dec. 2015. Read here.

Phipps, A. (2015), More tears will be shed when The Story of Exile gets worse. In: The National, 2 Dec. 2015. Read here.

Phipps, A. (2015), Refugee plans tear up the treaties created to protect the innocent. In: The National, 8 Oct. 2015. Read here.

Phipps, A. (2015), Agenda: May should be ashamed of an immigration plan that descends into darkness. In: The Herald, 8 Oct. 2015. Read here.

Phipps, A. (2015), How hosting refugees can help make your life much richer. In: The National, 8 Sept. 2015. Read here.

Phipps, A. (2015), Refugee crisis: How should the Government and the EU address it? A 10-point plan by Alison Phipps. In: The National, 5 Sept. 2015. Read here.

Phipps, A. (2014) ‘They are bombing now’: ‘Intercultural Dialogue’ in times of conflict. In: Language and Intercultural Communication, 14(1), pp. 108-124. Abstract here.

Phipps. A. and Fassetta, G. (2015), A critical analysis of language policy in Scotland. In: European Journal of Language Policy, Vol. 7(1), pp. 5-27. Download here.

White, R. G., Imperiale, M. G., and Perera, E. (2016), The capabilities approach: fostering contexts for enhancing mental health and wellbeing across the globe. In: Globalization and Health, 12, 16. Abstract here.

White, R., Fay, R., Kasujja, R. and Okalo, P. (2015), Global mental health: the importance of contextual sensitivity and appropriate methodologies. In: MAGic 2015 Anthropology and Global Health: Interrogating Theory, Policy and Practice, 09 Sep 2015-11 Sep 2015; University of Sussex, Brighton, UK. Abstract here.

Zwaan, K. (2015), Van A tot Z; de uitspraken van het Hof van Justitie betreffende homoseksuele asielzoekers. In: Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Europees Recht, Vol. 21, pp. 49-54 . Summary here.