Julia Menard-Warwick

Julia smiles in a blue shirt and green scarf in front of a blue background.

Julia Menard-Warwick has taught applied linguistics classes to undergraduate and graduate students at UC Davis since completing her Ph.D. at the University of California Berkeley in 2004. For her dissertation, she conducted an ethnographic study at an adult English as a Second Language (ESL) program in the San Francisco Bay Area that primarily served Latina immigrants. This was published as Gendered Identities and Immigrant Language Learning by Multilingual Matters in 2009. Her 2013 book, English Language Teachers on the Discursive Faultlines, also published by Multilingual Matters, focused on cultural identities and language ideologies in California and Chile. In 2018 she published a third book, Bilingual Parent Participation in a Divided School Community, as part of the Critical Multilingualism series from Routledge Publishing. This was based on a two-year investigation of parent involvement at a bilingual elementary school where she has also volunteered. In 2022-2023, she will be a Fulbright Scholar at the University of Constantine I, Algeria.


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