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Le français non-binaire: linguistic forms used by non-binary speakers of French
KA Knisely
Foreign Language Annals 53 (4), 2021
182021
Subverting the culturally unreadable: Understanding the self-positioning of non-binary speakers of French.
KA Knisely
The French Review 94 (2), 149-168, 2020
82020
Gendered language attitudes: exploring language as a gendered construct using Rasch measurement theory.
KA Knisely, SA Wind
Journal of applied measurement 16 (1), 95-112, 2015
62015
Bringing Trans, Non-binary, and Queer Understandings to Bear in Language Education
KA Knisely, JM Paiz
Critical Multilingualism Studies 9 (1), 23-45, 2021
52021
Teaching Trans: The Impetus for Trans, Non-Binary, and Gender Non-Conforming Inclusivity in L2 Classrooms
K Knisely
How we take action: Social justice in K-16 language classrooms. Information Age, 2021
52021
Language learning and the gendered self: the case of French and masculinity in a US context
K Knisely
Gender and Language 10 (2), 261-239, 2016
52016
Exploring the role of culture in the formation of French language ideologies among US post-secondary students
KA Knisely
Contemporary French Civilization, 0
5*
A Starter Kit for Rethinking Trans Representation and Inclusion in French L2 Classrooms
KA Knisely
Teaching Diversity and Inclusion: Examples from a French-Speaking Classroom …, 2021
42021
L/G/B and T: Queer Excisions, Entailments, and Intersections
KA Knisely
Intersectional Perspectives on LGBTQ+ Issues in Modern Language Teaching and …, 2021
42021
Intégration des réseaux sociaux dans les cours de langue: justifications et mises en garde.
KA Knisely
The French Review 92 (1), 96-111, 2018
22018
Desarrollando un cuestionario exploratorio de la sensación de pertenencia relacionado al aprendizaje de idiomas utilizando la teoría de medición educacional de Rasch
KA Knisely, SA Wind
Pensamiento Educativo, Revista de Investigación Latinoamericana (PEL) 55 (1 …, 2018
12018
Systems in Need of Activism: Considering the Effects of Segregation and Policy on French and US Primary and Secondary Education
JA Gorham, KA Knisely
The Journal of the Midwest Modern Language Association 51 (2), 183-221, 2018
12018
Teaching Trans Knowledges: Situating Expansive Possibilities in an Intermediate French Course
KA Knisely
Diversity and Decolonization in French Studies, 165-180, 2022
2022
Toward Trans Applied Linguistics
K Knisely
2021
Attending to and Queering Intersectionality in Applied Linguistics
J Coda, J Paiz, KA Knisely
2020 conference of the American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL), 2020
2020
Intersectionality Under the Umbrella: The Linguistic Self-Positioning of Trans Speakers
KA Knisely
2020 conference of the American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL), 2020
2020
Read this realness: How non-binary people are taking up and subverting cultural and linguistic spaces in French. OASIS Summary of Knisely (2020). Subverting the culturally …
KA Knisely
OASIS, 2020
2020
Parlons non-binarité: Troubling binary grammatical constructions in the French language classroom
KA Knisely
2019 conference of the American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL), 2019
2019
Integration of social networks in language courses: justifications and warnings
KA Knisely
FRENCH REVIEW 92 (1), 96-110, 2018
2018
Controverses by Larbi Oukada, Didier Bertrand, and Janet L. Solberg
KA Knisely
The French Review 91 (4), 236-237, 2018
2018
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