The University of Texas at San Antonio

College of Education and Human Development

                                                                    Bicultural-Bilingual Studies


Professional Biography


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   Juliet Langman is Associate Professor of Applied Linguistics in the Department of Bicultural - Bilingual Studies at UT - San Antonio. She received her B.S. degree (1980) in French from Georgetown University, her M.A. in Linguistics (1987) from Stanford University and her Ph. D. (1989) in Language, Literacy and Culture from Stanford University. Her research interests focus on minority youth populations in multilingual settings, exploring the intersection between language use, language learning and identity. Additional work addresses second language learning and teaching. Her primary sources of research are drawn from community and school-based studies in Central Europe and South Texas.  Her publications include (Re) constructing Gender in a New Voice (2004 Journal of Language, Identity and Education 3:4, Special Issue Guest Editor), Beyond Borders: Remaking Cultural Identities in the New East and Central Europe ,  (1997,  Lászlo Kürti and Juliet Langman eds.), Urban Sanctuaries: Neighborhood Organizations in the Lives and Futures of Inner - City Youth.  (1994 and 2001 - Paperback edition. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass with Milbrey W. McLaughlin, and Merita Irby).

Juliet Langman

Associate Professor

Office: MB 3. 216A (1604 Campus)

Phone: (210) 458-6459
Fax: (210) 458-5962

Mailing Address: One UTSA Circle,
San Antonio, TX 78249-0653mailto:juliet.langman@utsa.edushapeimage_3_link_0
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