I’m published!

September 2021 – Update:

Better late, than never, right! I am now officially published in the autumn-spring 2019 issue of International School magazine. My article, which happens to be on page 54, you know, just to save you the trouble of looking it up in the table of contents, is called Linguistic capital in the 21st century: what the rise of China, Spanish, and bilingualism mean for the status of English in international education. And that, my readers and friends, is my blog post for this week!

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  1. […] an army and a navy. But the erosion of US and British political and linguistic hegemony and the rise of China and prevalence of bilingualism, mean that there is no longer an English, but Englishes. The borders of English have become […]

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