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Refereed Publications

Nakutnyy, K. & Sterzuk, A. (accepted). Sociocultural history of a Sudanese mother and son in Canada. In S. Shapiro, R. Farrelly & M. Curry (Eds), Educating Refugee-Background Students: Critical Issues and Dynamic Contexts, Bristol: Multilingual Matters.

Sterzuk, A., & Hengen, S. (accepted). “When I came to Canada like I heard lots of bad stuff about Aboriginal people”:  Disrupting Settler colonial discourses through English language teaching. In M. López Gopar & W. Sughrua, International Perspectives on Critical Pedagogies in ELT (13 pages). Basingstroke, UK : Palgrave MacMillan.

von Staden, A. & Sterzuk, A. (2017).«Un-frenching» des Canadiennes-françaises: Histoires des Fransaskoises en situation linguistique minoritaire. La revue Canadienne de linguistique appliquée, 20(1), 98-114.

Ballinger, S., Lyster, R., Sterzuk, A., & Genesee, F. (2017). Context-appropriate    translanguaging: The critical role of French in French immersion. Journal of Immersion and Content-Based Language Education, 5(1), 30-57

Sterzuk, A. & Nelson, C. (2016). “Nobody told me they didn’t speak English!”: Teacher language views and student linguistic repertoires in Hutterite colony schools in Canada. Journal of Language, Identity & Education, 15(6), 376-388.

Sterzuk, A. & Fayant, R. (2016).Towards reconciliation through language planning for Indigenous languages in Canadian universities. Current Issues in Language Planning, 17(3-4), 332-350.

Sterzuk, A. (2015). ‘The standard remains the same’: language standardisation, race and othering in higher education. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, 36(1), 53-66.

Sterzuk, A. (2011).  The struggle for legitimacy: Indigenized Englishes in settler schools. Bristol, UK: Multilingual Matters.

Sterzuk, A.  & Mulholland, V. (2011). Creepy white gaze: Rethinking the diorama as a pedagogical activity.The Alberta Journal of Educational Research, 57, 1, 16-27.

Sterzuk, A. (2010). Indigenous English and Standard Language Ideology: Towards a Postcolonial View of English in Teacher education. Canadian Journal of Native Education, 32, 100-113

Sterzuk, A. (2009). Language as an agent of division in Saskatchewan schools. In C. Schick & J. McNinch (Eds.), “I Thought Pocahontas Was a Movie”: Perspectives on Race/Culture Binaries in Education and Service Professions (pp. 1-14). Regina, SK: Canadian Plains Research Center.

Sterzuk, A. (2008). From buffalo plains to wheatfields: Critical thinking in the Canadian Prairies.  In A. Churchill (Ed.),  Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers. Rocking your world: The emotional journey into the critical discourses.

Sterzuk, A. (2008). Whose English counts? Indigenous English in Saskatchewan Schools, McGill Journal of Education, 43, 1, 9-19.

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