This page is dedicated to the recent work on DLC by Prof. Anna Krulatz, her colleagues and her Ph.D student Yaqiong Xu (Sue).
Anna Krulatz is Professor of English at the Department of Teacher Education at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim, Norway. She holds a PhD in linguistics from the University of Utah. Her research focuses on multilingualism with English, pragmatic development in adult language learners, content based instruction, and language teacher education. She has published articles, teaching tips, and book chapters. She is actively involved with the international TESOL community and in-service professional development for EFL teachers in Norway.
Presentations on DLCJanuary 28, 2021 University of Utah Colloquium Talk with Dr. Anna Krulatz, Norwegian University of Science and Technology. Using the DLC Framework to Examine Linguistic Identities of Transnational Multilinguals
Krulatz, A., & Duggan, J. (2019). Linguistic identities of multilingual transnational families through a DLC lens. 2nd International Conference on Bilingualism, University of Malta, Malta. Presented March 27, 2019.
Krulatz, A. (2021) Multilingualism as a social and individual phenomenon. LVUT 8082
Publications on DLC
Krulatz, A., & Dahl, A. (2021). Educational and Career Opportunities for Refugee-Background Adults in Norway: A DLC Perspective. In Aronin, L., & Vetter, E. (Eds.), Dominant Language Constellations Approach in Education and Language Acquisition (pp. 109-128). Springer.
Krulatz, A., & Duggan, J. (2021). Exploring Identities and Life Stories of Multilingual Transnational Couples through the Lens of Multilinguality and Dominant Language Constellations. In Aronin, L., & Vetter, E. (Eds.), Dominant Language Constellations Approach in Education and Language Acquisition (pp. 173-202). Springer.
Krulatz, A. & Duggan, J. (2018). Multilinguals and Extensive Reading: Two Multilinguality Portraits of Learners of Norwegian. Reading in a Foreign Language 30(1), 29-48.
Workshops on DLC
Yaqiong Xu (Sue). Employing Dominant Language Constellations (DLCs) in Multilingual Classrooms. 01.12.2020
The workshop and teaching materials by Prof. Anna Krulatz and Yaqiong Xu (Sue) will be available soon