2012 Lee Hall
Department of English
P.O. Box E
Mississippi State, MS 39762
Academic, digital, public, and professional writing
Katherine Flowers specializes in writing studies and teaches courses in academic, digital, public, and professional writing. Her research interests include language policy, translingual theory, multimodality and semiotics, sociolinguistics, discourse studies, literacy studies, social movements, and research methodologies. She is currently researching and writing a book about the making of the English-only movement in the United States. In this archival and ethnographic study, she focuses on how people have locally written, discussed, and resisted English-only policies over the past forty years.
Flowers, Katherine S. (2016). "Making English local: Chronotopes in language policy discourse." Journal of Language and Politics, 15(4), 468–491.
Bordin Gillette Research Fellowship, Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan, 2015.
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