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Fall 2019 Wednesdays, 5 - 7pm Thursdays, 3 - 4pm
Linguistic and cultural anthropology, anthropology of education, social movements and the state, Indigeneity, multicultural citizenship, multilingualism, language revitalization, urban inequality, Latin America, Ecuador
Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania
Limerick, N. & N. Hornberger. (2019). Teachers, Textbooks, and Orthographic Choices in Quechua: Comparing Bilingual Intercultural Education in Peru and Ecuador Across Decades. Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education, 49(6).
Limerick, N. (2018). Attaining Multicultural Citizenship Through Indigenous Language Instruction: Successful Kichwa Misfires and the Modeling of Modernist Language Ideologies in Ecuador. Journal of Linguistic Anthropology, 28(3), 313-331.
Limerick, N. (2018). Kichwa or Quichua? Competing Alphabets, Political Histories, and Complicated Reading in Indigenous Languages. Comparative Education Review, 62(1), 103–124.
*Received the George Bereday Award from the Comparative and International Education Society for the best Comparative Education Review article published in 2018 .
Limerick, N. (2019.) Review of Selling Hope and College, American Anthropologist, 121(3), 782-783.