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David Malinowski

Language Technology and Research Specialist
Center for Language Study
Yale University
david.malinowski@yale.edu

 

EDUCATION

Ph.D. in Education (2011)
University of California at Berkeley, Graduate School of Education
Advisor: Claire Kramsch, Department of German
Dissertation: “Where is the foreign?: An inquiry into person, place, and the possibility of dialogue in an online French language class” PDF version

M.A. in English with a Concentration in TESOL (2001)
San Francisco State University, Department of English

B.A. in Asian Studies (1997)
University of California at Berkeley, College of Letters and Science

Japanese Government (Monbusho) Scholar (1996)
Kanazawa University, Japan, Faculty of Letters

 

ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Language Technology and Research Specialist (2013-current)
Yale University Center for Language Study

Postdoctoral Scholar (2012-2013)
University of California at Berkeley, Berkeley Language Center

Course designer and Lecturer (2012-2013)
University of California at Berkeley, Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures
Course: “Reading the multilingual city: Chinese, Korean, and Japanese in Bay Area Linguistic Landscapes” (Undergraduate)

Lecturer (2012)
Sonoma State University, School of Education
Course taught: “Theories and Research in Second Language Acquisition” (Graduate)

Lecturer (2009)
University of California at Berkeley, Graduate School of Education
Course taught: “Literacy: Individual and Societal Development” (Undergraduate)

Associate Lecturer of English (2003)
Kwansei Gakuin University, School of Policy Studies, Kobe, Japan

Korean Language Instructor (2002-2003)
Intercultural Institute of California, San Francisco, CA

EFL Instructor (2000-2002)
San Francisco State University, American Language Institute

ESL Instructor (1999-2000)
Central American Resource Network, San Francisco, CA

Nonprofit sector

English Program Consultant (2004)
Japan – U.S. Community Education and Exchange, Oakland, CA

International Affairs Consultant (1998-1999)
World Vision Korea, Seoul, South Korea

Korea Outreach Coordinator (1997-1998)
American Friends Service Committee, San Francisco, CA

 

PUBLICATIONS

Malinowski, D., & Kern, R. (in press). Limitations and boundaries in language learning and technology. In F. Farr & L. Murray (Eds.), The Routledge handbook of language learning and technology. London: Routledge.

Mendisu, B. Y., Malinowski, D., & Woldemichael, E. (in press). Absence from the linguistic landscape as de facto language policy: The case of two local languages in Southern Ethiopia. In Robert Blackwood, Elizabeth Lanza, & Hirut Woldemariam (eds.), Negotiating and Contesting Identities in Linguistic Landscapes. New York: Bloomsbury (in press).

Malinowski, D. (2015). Opening spaces of learning in the linguistic landscape. Linguistic Landscape: An International Journal, 1(1), 95-113.

Malinowski, D., & Kramsch, C. (2014). The ambiguous world of heteroglossic computer-mediated language learning. In A. Blackledge & A Creese (Eds.), Heteroglossia as practice and pedagogy (pp. 155-178). Boston, MA: Springer.

Malinowski, D. (2014). Drawing bodies and spaces in telecollaboration: a view of research potential in synaesthesia and multimodality, from the outside. Pedagogies: An International Journal, 9(1), 63–85.

“Reflexivity in motion in language and literacy learning,” with Mark Evan Nelson, in Julie Byrd Clark & Fred Dervin (eds.), Reflexivity in Language and Intercultural Education: Rethinking Multilingualism and Interculturality, London: Routledge, 2014, pp. 139–157.

“Technology and Culture,” in Carol Chapelle (ed.), The encyclopedia of applied linguistics, Oxford, UK: Blackwell Publishing Ltd., 2012.

“What now for language in a multimedial world?” with Mark Evan Nelson, in Katherine Anderson, Alvin Leong & Caroline Ho (eds.), Transforming literacies and language: Multimodality and literacy in the New Media Age. Continuum, 2011, pp. 51-69.

“Showing seeing in the Korean linguistic cityscape,” in Barni, Monica, Eliezer Ben-Rafael and Elana Shohamy (Eds.), Linguistic landscape in the city. Multilingual Matters, 2010, pp. 199-215.

“Authorship in the Linguistic Landscape: A Multimodal-Performative View,” in Durk Gorter & Elana Shohamy (eds.), Linguistic landscape: Expanding the scenery, London: Routledge, 2009, pp. 107-125.

“Hegemony, identity, and authorship in multimodal discourse,” with Mark Evan Nelson, in Miguel Mantero (ed.), Identity and second language learning: Culture, inquiry, and dialogic activity in educational contexts, Charlotte, NC: Information Age, 2007, pp. 159-188.

“Making Culture in Place: The creation of an online Korean-English forum to discuss the offline linguistic landscape,” Language Teaching at Berkeley 21(2), 2006, pp. 7-9.

 

INVITED TALKS

“Seeing and hearing apart: The dilemmas and possibilities of intersubjectivity in shared language classrooms,” Virtual Learning Sites as Languaging Spaces, Örebro University, Sweden, September, 2015.

“Lefebvre in the language classroom: Reading and writing the linguistic landscape from multiple perspectives,” Reading the City Symposium, Columbia University Language Resource Center, May, 2015.

“The linguistic landscape as a pedagogical space for second language learning,” Georgetown University Roundtable on Languages and Linguistics, Georgetown University, March, 2015. Panel respondent.

“Linguistic landscape: New contexts, competencies, and directions for the language classroom,” Columbia University Language Resource Center, May 2014. Video and slides

“Where is the ‘foreign’?: The virtually shifting ground of foreign language education in blended on/offline environments,” American Association of Applied Linguistics, Atlanta, Georgia, March, 2010. Invited panel: “Technology and Language in Globalized Contexts: Critical Approaches” (Organizer: Eva Lam).

SELECTED PRESENTATIONS

“Seen and heard…or not? Dilemmas and possibilities of intersubjectivity in shared language classrooms,” Foreign Language Education and Technology (FLEAT VI), Harvard University, August, 2015.

“Juxtaposing spaces: A postmodern approach to language learning in the linguistic landscape,” Linguistic Landscape 7 Workshop, UC Berkeley, May, 2015.

“Screens of desire: Learning to see self and other in video-based language learning,” American Association for Applied Linguistics Annual Meeting, Toronto, ON, March, 2015.

“Taking it to the streets: Emerging trends in community-based language learning,” with Steve Welsh, New England Regional Association for Language Learning and Teaching, Brown University, RI, October, 2014.

“Expression from no place: A multimodal discourse analysis of reflective student texts in a telecollaborative exchange,” American Association for Applied Linguistics Annual Meeting, Portland, OR, March, 2014.

“Choices, choices, choices: Creating videos for the flipped language classroom,” with Ruslan Suvorov, New England Regional Association for Language Learning and Teaching, Saint Anselm College, NH, October, 2013.

“No place to speak from outside of technology?: A dilemma of addressivity as seen in student drawings,” American Association for Applied Linguistics Annual Meeting, Dallas, TX, March 2013.

“Taking the language classroom out to the city: A prototype for a community-based, ethnographic learning projects in the linguistic landscape,” UC Language Consortium Conference on Theoretical and Pedagogical Perspectives, University of California at San Diego, April, 2012. Slides

“On the (im)possibility of seeing the Other online: A report on videoconferencing, embodiment, and dialogue in telecollaboration,” American Association of Applied Linguistics, Boston, MA, March, 2012.

“An avatar with no body: Removing culture from the Na’vi language,” Modern Language Association Convention, Los Angeles, CA, January, 2011. Blog post: “On aliens, difference, and the language of Avatar

“Who’s learning this language, anyway?: Dilemmas of ‘me’, ‘you’, and ‘us’ in blogging and social media,” with Usree Bhattacharya, UC Language Consortium Conference on Theoretical and Pedagogical Perspectives, University of California at San Diego, April, 2010.

“Making public, and being made public: Dilemmas of social media in/out of the university classroom,” with Viola Lasmana, The Future of the Forum: Internet Communities and the Public Interest, University of California at Berkeley, December, 2009.

“Not the Final Frontier: Exploring Space in Multimodal Communication,” American Educational Research Association, San Diego, California, April, 2009.

“The Interface as Social Actor in Desktop Videoconferencing,” with Richard Kern, American Association of Applied Linguistics, Denver, Colorado, March, 2009.

“Getting off the Google van: Showing seeing in the digitized linguistic cityscape,” the Siena Linguistic Landscape Workshop, Siena, Italy, January, 2009.

“What now for language in a multimedial world?” with Mark Evan Nelson, Fifteenth World Congress of Applied Linguistics (AILA), Essen, Germany, August, 2008.

“Mapping culture for the foreign language class: An inquiry into the geo-interface,” Southwestern Association for Language Learning Technology, Stanford, California, October, 2007.

“Intention, control, and the multimodal author,” with Mark Evan Nelson, International Society for Language Studies, Honolulu, Hawaii, April, 2007.

“Signing the nation in the linguistic landscape: Performativity and multimodality,” Sociolinguistics Symposium 16, Limerick, Ireland, July, 2006.

“Hegemony and myth in multimodal discourse,” with Mark Evan Nelson, International Society for Language Studies, Montreal, Canada, April, 2005.

GRANT-FUNDED RESEARCH PROJECTS

2013 – present: Shared Course Initiative
Andrew W. Mellon Foundation-supported initiative for the sharing of courses in Less Commonly Taught Languages via high definition video conferencing between Yale, Columbia, and Cornell Universities

2007 – 2011: Le français en (première) ligne
France-Berkeley Fund-supported telecollaborative partnership between French master’s students of French as a Foreign Language (français langue étrangère) developing online language teaching proficiencies, and undergraduate students of French in other countries engaging in authentic communicative tasks

2006 – 2008: Space2Cre8 Youth Social Network Project
Spencer Foundation-supported private social networking site for youth from India, Norway, South Africa, and the United States to foster digital literacy development, media awareness, and critical self-reflection

GRADUATE RESEARCH APPOINTMENTS

Graduate Student Researcher (2010-2011)
Berkeley Language Center, UC Berkeley

Project Consultant (2008-2009)
Space2Cre8 Youth Social Network Project, Graduate School of Education, UC Berkeley

Graduate Student Researcher (2007)
Center for Korean Studies, UC Berkeley

 

GRADUATE TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Literacy: Individual and Societal Development (2008-2009)
Education 140AC (Prof. Glynda Hull), Graduate School of Education, UC Berkeley

Language and Power (2006, 2009)
Letters & Science 180 (Prof. Claire Kramsch), College of Letters & Science, UC Berkeley

Elementary Japanese (2003-2004)
Japanese 1A-1B, Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures, UC Berkeley

 

ACADEMIC SUPERVISION AND TRAINING

Undergraduate Research Apprentice Assistant Supervisor (2009-2011)
Department of French, UC Berkeley

Senior Teacher (2001)
American Language Institute, San Francisco State University

 

SELECTED HONORS AND AWARDS

Academy of Korean Studies Institution Grant (2008-2009)
Institute of East Asian Studies, UC Berkeley

Outstanding Graduate Student Instructor Award (2007-2008)
Letters & Science, UC Berkeley

Instructional Research Fellowship (2005)
Berkeley Language Center, UC Berkeley

Graduate Fellowship in Korean Studies (2005-2006)
Center for Korean Studies, UC Berkeley

Continuing Student Fellowship (2004-2005)
Graduate Division, UC Berkeley

Foreign Languages and Area Studies Fellowship (2004)
Graduate Division, UC Berkeley

Hwa-Am Foundation Research Fellowship (2004)

REFEREE WORK

Anonymous reviewer for:
Applied Linguistics (2015)
Linguistic Landscape (2015)
American Ethnologist (2015)
Journal of Sociolinguistics(2015)
Computer Assisted Language Learning (2014)
L2 Journal (2013, 2015)
Writing Systems Research (2013)
Language Learning & Technology (2011, 2012, 2013)

 

MEMBERSHIPS

American Association for Applied Linguistics (AAAL)
American Educational Research Association (AERA)
California Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (CATESOL)
Computer-Assisted Language Instruction Consortium (CALICO)
International Society for Language Studies (ISLS)
Modern Language Association (MLA)
New England Regional Association for Language Learning Technology (NERALLT)
Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)

LANGUAGES

Japanese: Advanced (Japanese Language Proficiency Test Level I passed December 1997)
Korean: Advanced
Spanish: Intermediate
French: Low