|Title:||Critical Multilingualism Studies|
|Publisher:||Department of German Studies, University of Arizona|
|Description:||The Journal of Critical Multilingualism Studies is a peer-reviewed, transdisciplinary journal of scholarship on multilingualism, monolingualism, and their related social, cultural, historical, and literary/medial phenomena.
Over the past few decades, scholars and teachers working in a patchwork of implicitly related fields have been coming to new conceptual terms with multilingualism. Social networking, hypertextuality, postnational approaches to civic policy, immigration and national security discourses in North America, the industrialization of multilingualism through data-mining and translation technologies—all of these have pushed multilingualism itself to evolve before our very eyes. As such, we are beginning to see that the nature of multilingualism is unmoored conceptually and at-large socially, while our apprehension of it is increasingly constrained by mono-disciplinary frameworks of knowledge and method.