My research interests reside at the intersection of culture, identity, and power in transcultural education and virtual spaces. I examine the complex relationships between transnational mobility in higher education and the lived realities of academic nomads.
My research and writing is published in peer-reviewed journals including the Journal of Intercultural Education, the Journal of International Students, and the Journal of Studies in International Education.
I am currently examining the ways immigrants and refugees reconceptualize and reframe what it means to be educated. How does the purpose and value of education vary across cultural contexts?
International Encounters - Higher Education and the International Student Experience (pdf)Download
Logging On - Using Online Learning to Support the Academic Nomad (pdf)Download
(Re)conceptualizing International Student Mobility - The Potential of Transnational Social Fields (pdf)Download
Grounded Identities, Transient Lives - The Emergence of International Student Voices (pdf)Download
Fostering Student Engagement in Blended Learning - Creative Strategies and Best Practices (pdf)Download
Multilingualism in the Classroom- Teaching and Learning in a Challenging Context (pdf)Download
Narrating Intercultural Capital Constructing Political Correctness Negotiating Identity Capital and Expanding Terrains of Possibility for Student (pdf)Download