5-0015
THE GLORIFICATION OR DORIFICATION OF SPANISH LANGUAGE PROGRAMMING IN THE U.S. COMMENTS:
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Reviewed By: Council on Anthropology and Education
Saturday, November 17, 2012: 8:00 AM-9:45 AM

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This session would be of particular interest to:
Practicing and Applied Anthropologists, Teachers of Anthropology in Community Colleges, Students, Those involved in mentoring activities
Organizers:  Melisa (Misha) S Cahnmann-Taylor (University of Georgia)
Chairs:  Kendall King (University of Minnesota)
Discussants:  Jennifer Leeman (George Mason University)
8:30 AM
The Dorification of Spanish Language Programming: Research On An Emergent K-5 Bilingual Program
Melisa (Misha) S Cahnmann-Taylor (University of Georgia) and Stephanie Lynn Baker (University of Georgia)
8:45 AM
Discourses of Equality, Citizenship and Opportunity In Spanish-English Bilingual Schooling
Kendall King (University of Minnesota), Martina Arnal (University of Minnesota) and Kathleen R. Mitchell (University of Minnesota)
9:00 AM
Heteroglossic Practices In the Digital Borderlands: Complexities In the Use of Spanish In Online Domains
Silvia C Nogueron-Liu (University of Georgia) and Doris S Warriner (Arizona State University)
9:15 AM
Discussant
Jennifer Leeman (George Mason University)
9:30 AM
Discussion