The following is a selected list of works that I created for a “DEI showcase” in my department. The list considers international and multilingual students, issues of the global south, and themes about diversity, equity, and inclusion as relevant to the initiative.
- Writing Support for International Graduate Students: Enhancing Transition and Success. Routledge, 2018. (a podcast conversation with Daniel Shea).
- International Education in the US: Foundations, Fault Lines, and Futures. (manuscript submitted for review), expected publication: by end of 2022.
- Co-edited with Gaulee, U, & Bista, K. Rethinking Education Across Borders: Issues and Perspectives about Globally Mobile Students. Springer, 2020.
- Focusing on International Graduate Students” (invited editorial essay). Journal of International Students, vol. 9, no. 3. 2019.
- “World Rhetorics: A Course for the Next Generation of Writing Teachers.” Composition Studies, 1. (pp. 108-26). 2016.
- “Cultural Schemas and Pedagogical Uses of Literacy Narratives: A Reflection on My Journey with Reading and Writing.” College Composition and Communication, 1. 2015.
- “Bonds of Difference: Participation as Inclusion” & “Bonds of Difference: Illusion of Inclusion.” Co-authored with Maha Bali. Hybrid Pedagogy: A Digital Journal of Learning, Teaching, and Technology. (Part 1 & Part 2). 2014.
- “Writing a Translingual Script: Closed Captions in the Multilingual Hearing Classroom.” Collaborated with Amy Lueck. Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy, 3. (multimodal text). 2013.
- “Monolingualism among Multilingual Scholars and its Implications for EAP/ESP.” Professional and Academic English, 40 (Summer – Autumn), 28-43. 2012.
- Accepted, under revision: Co-authored with Gene Hammond (invited chapter): “Transnational Telephone Games: Collaborations on Writing Education in South Asia.” Eds: Jonathan Hall and Bruce Horner. Anticipated publication: 2022.
- “Teaching World Rhetorics: Promoting Pedagogy to Address the Dynamics of Marginalization.” Routledge Handbook of Comparative World Rhetoric. Ed: Keith Lloyd. 2020.
- “Introduction: Telling stories, generating perspectives: Local–global dynamics in Nepalese higher education.” In Bista, Sharma, Raby eds. Higher Education in Nepal: Policies and Perspectives, Routledge, 2019. Co-authored with Krishna Bista and Rosalind L. Raby.
- “International Student Mobility: Examining Trends and Tensions.” Eds. Krishna Bista. International Student Mobility and Opportunities for Growth in the Global Marketplace, IGI Global, 2018. Co-authored with Krishna Bista and Uttam Gaulee.
- Addressing Monolingual Dispositions with Translingual Pedagogy. In Practical Pedagogies: Engaging Domestic and International Students in Translingual & Translocal Writing. Frost, Blum-Malley & Kiernan. (Book under contract with U. Press of Colorado, anticipated publication: spring 2020).
- “Beyond Colonial Hegemonies: Scholarship and Teaching with Rhetorical Traditions from South Asia.” Rhetorics Elsewhere and Otherwise: Contested Modernities and Decolonial Visions. Romeo García, Damián Baca, 2019.
- “Translanguaging in Hiding: Effects of English-Only Instruction on Education in Nepal.” In Transnational Writing Education: Theory and Practice. Xiaoye You. (Book under contract with Routledge; anticipated publication: fall 2018).
- “Translating Success: Academic Transition of International Students in the US.” In International Student Mobility, Services, and Policy in Higher Education. K. Bista. & G. Foster. IGI Global, 2015. (pp. 1-16).
- “Third Eye: An Exhibit of Literacy Narratives from Nepal.” In Stories that Speak to Us: Exhibits from the Digital Archives of Literacy Narratives. Cynthia Selfe et al. Utah: The University of Utah Press imprint, 2012. (multimodal: with 40 text pages with 17 videos & transcript). [link]
- “Global Popular Culture and Literacy Practices of Nepalese Youth Online.” In Screening Literacy Across Cultures. Bronwyn Williams & Amy Zenger. London: Routledge, 2012. (pp. 151-166). Co-authored with Bal K. Sharma.
- “Rethinking Language and Writing in Composition.” A response essay. JAC. 29 (1&2): 2009. 251-55.