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Name: Nicholas  Subtirelu
Institution: Georgia State University
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State and/or Country: GA
Linguistic Field(s): Discourse Analysis
Text/Corpus Linguistics
Anthropological Linguistics
Selected Publications: Subtirelu, Nicholas. (in press). Review of Second language socialization and learner agency: Adoptive family talk (Fogle). Language & Education.

Subtirelu, Nicholas. (in press). Review of Teacher preparation for bilingual student populations: Educar para transformar (eds. Sheets, Flores, & Clark). International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism.

Lindemann, Stephanie & Nicholas Subtirelu. (2013). Reliably biased: The role of listener expectation in the perception of second language speech. Language Learning. 63(3), 567-594.

Subtirelu, Nicholas. (2013). What (do) learners want (?): A re-examination of the issue of learner preferences regarding the use of ‘native’ speaker norms in English language teaching. Language Awareness. 22(3), 270-291.

Subtirelu, Nicholas. (2013). ‘English… it’s part of our blood’: Ideologies of language and nation in United States Congressional discourse. Journal of Sociolinguistics. 17(1), 37-65.

Subtirelu, Nicholas. (2011). Juggling identity and authority: A case study of one ‘non-native’ instructor of English. TESL-EJ, 15(3). Available from:
Courses Taught: Applied Linguistics 2231: Understanding Miscommunication
Academic Paper Abstract: Frequency Effects or Context Effects in Second Language Word Learning

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