Research Interests |
Curriculum Vitae |
Bilingualism, language minority education, codeswitching.
Jeff MacSwan is professor of education at the University of Maryland,
and affiliated faculty in the UMD Linguistics Department and the Center
for the Advanced Study of Language (CASL). MacSwan's research focuses
on the role of language in schooling, on education policy related to
English Language Learners in the U.S., and on the linguistic study of
bilingualism. Examples of MacSwan's work appear in Bilingualism:
Language and Cognition, Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences,
Lingua, Teachers College Record, and in edited collections. MacSwan is a
Spencer Foundation/National Academy of Education Postdoctoral Fellow,
and has served as a visiting scholar at the Massachusetts Institute of
Technology and the Center for the Study of Multilingualism at Hamburg
University. He has given invited talks at Harvard, Syracuse, Ohio
State, Chicago, Arizona, Santa Barbara, Stanford, Bangor, Hamburg,
Bremen, Wuppertal, and the National Institutes of Health, among others.
MacSwan is co-editor of the International Multilingual Research Journal
. For more information about Professor MacSwan and for samples of his work, please visit his home page.
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