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Linguistic diversity, applied linguistics, composition studies, transnational rhetorics, feminist theory and praxis, teacher education and mentoring, qualitative research methods.
Cristina completed her PhD in 2018 with a dissertation titled “Teaching Writing through Transformation: Linguistically Diverse Writing Teachers’ Enactments of Transnational Writing and Linguistic Diversity” at Illinois State University. Her work
revolves around investigating how humans understand and navigate composing and linguistic practices in transnational contexts. Her teaching and research interests also include teacher education, particularly from a transdisciplinary perspective, and
feminist mentoring of multilingual students. She is currently serving as an editor of the Non-Native English Teacher (NNEST) of the month blog. She has published in the Journal of Second Language
Writing and Poroi.
ENG 101: Composition
ENG 101 MLW: Composition
ENGL 825-Second Language Literacies