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Debbie Cole is associate professor of English and intercultural communication. She received her Ph.D in linguistics and anthropology at the University of Arizona. Her research focuses on comparative concepts of diversity, the effects of language ideologies on public and classroom discourses, and representations of ethnolinguistic variation, particularly in verbal art.  Trained as a linguist and as an anthropologist, she writes and teaches with a focus on thinking, learning, and researching from interdisciplinary perspectives. Having spent her childhood and field research years in Indonesia, she also translates Indonesian poetry into English.

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John, McGlynn, Dorothea Rosa Herliany, and Cole, Deborah, eds. 2017. The Lontar Anthology of Indonesian Poetry: The 20th in Poetry. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press & The Lontar Foundation. 

Zeffry Alkatiri. 2015. From Batavia to Jakarta in Poetry. Deborah Cole, English translator. Jakarta: BTW Books, Lontar.

Johnson, Rob and Deborah Cole. 2015. ‘How to tame a wild tongue’:  Gloria Anzaldúa’s Borderlands/La Frontera and the 1960s-era speech test and speech classes at Pan American College. El Mundo Zurdo 4

Cole, Debbie. 2014. Mobilizing voices across representational boundaries: Some considerations for local values and functions. International Journal of the Sociology of Language, special issue “Language and Borders: International Perspectives”, Glenn Martinez, issue editor. 227:175-192.

Chatsis, Annabelle, Mizuki Miyashita, and Deborah Cole.2013. A documentary ethnography of a Blackfoot language course: Patterns of Variationism and Standard in the organization of diversity. In The persistence of language: Constructing and confronting the past and present in the voices of Jane H. Hill. Shannon Bischoff, Deborah Cole, Amy Fountain, and Mizuki Miyashita, eds. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Cole, Debbie and Bryan Meadows. 2013. Re-imagining sociolinguistic identification in foreign language classroom communities of practice. In Social Identities and Multiple Selves in Foreign Language Education, Damian Rivers and Stephanie Houghton, eds. London: Continuum.

Cole, Deborah and Bryan Meadows. 2013. Avoiding the essentialist trap in intercultural education: Using critical discourse analysis to read nationalist ideologies in the language classroom. Linguistics for intercultural education in language learning and teaching. Fred Dervin and Anthony Liddicoat, eds. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Cole, Debbie, Bryan Meadows and Luz Murillo. 2013. Book Review – Linguistics at School: Language Awareness in Primary and Secondary Education. Kristin Denham and Anne Lobeck [eds.] Journal of Linguistic Anthropology.

Cole, Deborah. 2013. Crossing bloodlines (Editorial Introduction). Cordite Review Indonesia special issue (40.1). Deborah Cole, Dorothea Rosa Herliany, Kent MacCarter, and John McGlynn, eds. http://cordite.org.au/content/poetry/indonesia/

Cole, Debbie and Régine Pellicer. 2012. Uptake (un)limited: The mediatization of register shifting in U.S. public discourse. Language in Society 41(4): 449-470.

Cole, Debbie. 2010. Enregistering Diversity: Adequation in Indonesian Poetry Performance. Journal of Linguistic Anthropology. 20(1):1-21.

 

 

 

 

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  2017 - Book editorship
Cole, D.L., McGlynn, John & Herliyani, Dorothea Rosa (2017). The Lontar Anthology of Indonesian Poetry - The 20th Century in Poetry. (628 p.). Manoa: University of Hawai'i Press.
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