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Exploring the roles of pluralistic linguistic and transnational identities at the university level, this book offers a novel approach to translanguaging by highlighting students' perspectives, voices and agency as integral to the subject. Providing an original reconsideration of the impact of translanguaging, this book examines both transnationality and translinguality as ubiquitous phenomena that affect students' lives.


This is the authors' manuscript of a chapter originally published in "Translingual Identities and Transnational Realities in the U.S. College Classroom," edited by Heather Robinson, Jonathan Hall, and Nela Navarro, and published by Routledge.



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