Issue Five • December 2021 • Engaging with the Multilingual Turn for Learner Development: Practices, Issues, Discourses, and Theorisations

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Introduction
Introduction to Engaging with the Multilingual Turn for Learner Development: Practices, Issues, Discourses, and Theorisations3
Andy Barfield, Oana Cusen, Riitta Kelly, and Yuri Imamura
Narrative Accounts
Multilingualism in the Foreign Language Classroom: The Curious Case of French in Mumbai9
Vasumathi Badrinathan
Reconciling with English: An Autobiography to Ruminate Over The Different Meanings That English Has for Us25
Akiko Nakayama
Evolving Journeys of Multilingual Teachers of English in Japan40
Oana Cusen
Reflections on Co-Teaching Multilingual University-Level Language and Communication Courses57
Riitta Kelly and Jussi Jussila
Exploring Understandings of Multilingualism in a Social Learning Space: A Duoethnographic Account74
Isra Wongsarnpigoon and Yuri Imamura
Narrative Inquiry: Learning to Walk on Shifting Sands91
Lorraine de Beaufort
Re-interpreting University Students’ Multilingual Lives: Connections, Questions, and Wider Issues in Society104
Andy Barfield
Practice-Related Reviews
Book Review and Critical Dialogue about The Making of Monolingual Japan: Language Ideology and Japanese Modernity (Heinrich, 2012) 125
Ellen Head and Chie Tsurii
Imagining Fair Language Policies: A Practice-Related Review of Piller’s Linguistic Diversity and Social Justice136
Huw Davies
Tapping into the Lives of Learners: Review of Kalaja & Melo-Pfeifer’s (2019) Visualising Multilingual Lives: More Than Words147
Melike Bulut Al Baba
A Learner’s Review of Horner & Weber’s (2018) Introducing Multilingualism: A Social Approach153
Brennan Conaway
Exploratory and Critical Reading About the Multilingual Turn with Japanese Students: Review of Conteh & Meier (2014) and May (2014)159
Alison Stewart
A Practitioners’ Collaborative Review of Researching Multilingualism: Critical and Ethnographic Perspect
ives (Martin-Jones & Martin, 2017
170
Andy Barfield, Oana Cusen, Riitta Kelly, and Yuri Imamura
Commentary
Openness, Creativity, Collaboration, and Narrativity Paving Our Road Towards Critical Multilingual Practices in the Classroom181
Maria Ruohotie-Lyhty