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|Name:||M'Balia Thomas (IPA: M'Balia Thomas)|
|Institution:||University of Kansas|
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|Specialty:||Oral Narrative Analysis|
Thomas, M. (To be published this month). A dialogic approach to oral narrative storytelling analysis in English as a foreign language research. University of Arizona Dissertation.
Thomas, M. (2013). The problematization of racial and ethnic minority participation in US foreign language education and study abroad. Applied Linguistics Review, Special Issue: Critiquing Applied Linguistics. (Appearing October 2013).
Waugh, L and Álvarez Valencia, J. with Do, T., Michelson, K., and Thomas, M. 2013. . Chapter 27: Meaning in texts and contexts. In K. Allan Oxford Handbook of the History of Linguistics, pp. 603-634. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Thomas, M. (2009). WORDS AS WEAPONS: The metaphorical attack of Michelle Obama in US print headlines (A critical discourse analysis). Proceedings of the Symposium on Language and Society in Austin (SALSA), Austin, TX. See http://studentorgs.utexas.edu/salsa/proceedings/2009/05_TLS53_Thomas.pdf
|Courses Taught:||Curriculum and Teaching 491/825 ESOL Practicum for Endorsement
Spanish 102 (First year/Second semester)
Linguistics 150 -- Undergraduate Honors Linguistics(TA)
The Unspeakable: Narratives of Trauma
(LL Issue 26.3788)
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