JoLLE@UGA Newsletter

New SSO and Take 2 Features!

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March 2016 Scholars Speak Out:

In her essay, Bilingualism Endangered: The Status Quo of Linguistic Diversity in the U.S., Dr. Hasko discusses the role of multilingualism and foreign languages in the current political and educational climate.

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March 2016 Take 2 Feature

Dr. Mollie Blackburn’s article, "(Re)Writing One’s Self as an Activist Across Schools and Sexual and Gender Identities: An Investigation of the Limits of LGBT-Inclusive and Queering Discourses,” was a result of her serving as the keynote speaker for the JoLLE@UGA 2014 Winter Conference. Her article resonates as powerfully now as it did then, both during her keynote address and in the article’s Spring 2014 Issue publication. In this article, Mollie and her participant, Jared, queer what it means to be a LGBT activist through personal and theoretical explorations of teacher and ally identities.

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Call for Reviewers!

Consider serving as a manuscript reviewer for JoLLE. The experience is an important form of professional service and a great way to get a behind-the-scenes look at academic publishing. JoLLE accepts a variety of manuscripts, from empirical research reports to field-based practitioner articles.

If you are interested in reviewing or would just like more information about the review process, email the Managing Editor at


The Journal of Language & Literacy Education is a peer-reviewed, open access journal housed in the Department of Language & Literacy Education in the College of Education at The University of Georgia.

Since its inception in 2004, JoLLE has provided a space for scholars to engage readers in a broad spectrum of issues related to the field. As an online journal, we encourage submissions that incorporate multiple modes (e.g., photographs, artwork, video, and graphics).