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Kate Anderson

Kate T. Anderson is an assistant professor in the Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College, Division of Educational Leadership and Innovation. Kate received her PhD in Linguistics along with an Interdisciplinary Graduate Certificate in Qualitative Studies from The University of Georgia. Her interdisciplinary research draws on traditions in qualitative inquiry, sociolinguistics, linguistic anthropology, and the learning sciences. Through collaborations with youth, teachers, and community centers in the U.S. and Singapore, Kate’s educational research agenda interrogates the role of language ideologies in constructing everyday notions of social difference, with regard to ability, race, language learning, and other social categories and constructions.