My work on sociolinguistics and education in linguistically diverse contexts explores three interrelated main areas of inquiry: cross-border dynamics, language education, and teacher preparation for bilingual/multilingual school settings.
Solano-Campos, A., Hopkins, M., & Quaynor, L. (forthcoming). Linguistically Responsive Teaching in pre-service teacher education: A review of the literature through the lens of cultural-historical activity theory. Journal of Teacher Education.
Solano-Campos, A. (forthcoming). The Nicaraguan diaspora in Costa Rica: Schools and the disruption of transnational social fields. Anthropology and Education Quarterly.
Solano-Campos, A. (2017). Language ideologies in a U.S. state-funded international
school: The invisible linguistic repertoires of bilingual refugee students. Journal
of Research in International Education, 16(1), 36-54
Solano-Campos, A. (2015). Children’s national identity in multicultural classrooms in
Costa Rica and the United States. Research in Comparative and International
Education, 10(1), 71-94
Solano-Campos, A. (2014). The making of an international educator: Transnationalism
and nonnativeness in English Teaching and Learning. TESOL Journal, 5(3), 412-
Solano-Campos, A. (2014). Refugee children saying and doing citizenship: Global-Local tensions and common civic spaces in an international school in the United States. Citizenship Teaching and Learning, 9 (2), 135-156.
Solano-Campos, A. (2013). Bringing Latin America’s ‘interculturalidad’ into the
conversation. Journal of Intercultural Studies, 34 (5), 620-630
Solano-Campos, A. (2016). Models of diversity in the Americas: Avenues for dialogue
and cross-pollination. In Meer, N., Modood, T., & Zapata-Barrero, R. (Eds.). Multiculturalism and interculturalism: Debating the dividing lines. Edinburgh, UK: Edinburgh University Press.
Solano-Campos, A. (2013). Review of the book The bilingual school in the United
States: A documentary history by Paul Ramsey. Teachers College Record.
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Solano-Campos, A. (2015). The multicultural, multilingual, and transnational
Non-Native English Speaking Teacher (NNEST). NNEST-IS Newsletter.