Publications

PUBLICATIONS

Research Contributions (2008-2014)

Books:
Refereed Contributions
  • Naqvi R, Schmidt E and Krickhan M (2014). Evolving 50–50% bilingual pedagogy in Alberta: what does the research say? Front. Psychol. 5:413. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2014.00413
  • Naqvi R., Schmidt E. & Krickhan M. (2013). Reconceptualizing Bilingual Pedagogy: Emerging Trends in Western Canada In TESOL Bilingual Education Interest Section. http://newsmanager.commpartners.com/tesolbeis/issues/2013-08-28/4.html
  • Naqvi R., Thorne K., Pfitscher C., & McKeough A. (2012). Dual Language Books
    as an Emergent-Literacy Resource: Culturally and Linguistically Responsive Teaching
    and Learning Journal of Early Childhood Literacy. Published online before print July 2,
    2012, doi: 10.1177/1468798412442886
  • Naqvi R., Thorne K., Pfitscher C., Nordstokke D., & McKeough A. (2012). Reading
    Dual Language Books: Improving Early Literacy Skills in Linguistically Diverse
    Classrooms, In Journal of Early Childhood Research.
  • Naqvi R., Pfitscher C. (2011).Living Linguistic Diversity in the Classroom: Pre-service
    Teachers Explore Dual Language Books, In Diaspora Indigenous and Minority
    Education, Francis and Taylor.
  • Jardine, D., Naqvi, R., Jardine, E., & Zaidi, A. (2010). “A Zone of Deep Shadow”: Pedagogical and Familial Reflections on “The Clash of Civilizations”. Interchange, 41(3), 209-232.
    doi: 10.1007/s10780-010-9127-y Role: Equal Collaborator
  • Jardine D. & Naqvi R. (2008). Learning Not to Speak in Tongues: Thoughts on the
    Librarian of Basra In Canadian Journal of Education. Vol. 31, 3, pp. 639-666.
    http://www.csse.ca/CJE/Articles/FullText/CJE31-3/CJE31-3-JardineNaqvi.pdf
  • Naqvi R. & Coburn H. (2008). Planning for Language Learning: Defining Language
    Proficiency Assessment within Teacher Preparation Programs The Alberta Context, In
    Current Issues in Language Planning, Language Planning and Assessment, Multilingual
    Matters, UK, pp. 235-248.
  • Naqvi R. (2008). From Peanut Butter to Eid….Blending Perspectives. Teaching Urdu to
    Children In Canada, In Diaspora, Indigenous and Minority Education. Vol 2, Issue 2.
    pp. 154-164.
  • Naqvi R. & Prasow C. (2008). Precarious Positionings In Early Childhood Education,
    Volume 38, Number 1, The Alberta Teachers Association, pp 10-14.
  • Smits H. & Naqvi R. (2008). How might Teacher Education Live Well in a Changing
    World? Introduction Part 11 In Journal of Educational Thought, Volume 42, Number 3,
    pp. 241-246. University of Calgary. Role: Equal Collaborator
Book Chapters:
  • Naqvi, R. (2015). Postcolonial approaches to literacy: understanding the “other.” In J. Rowsell & K. Pahl (Eds.), The Routledge handbook of literacy studies.(pp. 49-59). NewYork, NY: Routledge.
  • Smits H. & Naqvi R. (2014). Framing peace and radical hope: confronting precariousness In
    Smits H. & Naqvi R. (eds.) Framing Peace: Thinking about and enacting curriculum as radical hope, New York: Peter Lang.
  • Naqvi R., Thorne K. & McKeough A. (2013). Fostering early literacy learning using dual
    language books: Language as a cultural amplifier In P. Siemund, I. Gogolin, M. E. Schulz
    and J. Davydova (Eds.), Multilingualism and language diversity in urban areas:
    Acquisition, identities, space, education. (pp. 289-304). Amsterdam: John Benjamins
    Publishing.
  • Naqvi R. (2009). Mirrors and Windows: Seeing ourselves and others through dual language
    reading, in Nahachewsky J. & Johnston I., eds. (2009). Beyond Presentism: Re-imagining
    the Personal, Social and Historical Places of Curriculum, Sense Publishers. 43-53.
  • Naqvi R. & Jardine D. (2008). Some say the Present Age is not the Time for Meditation:
    Thoughts on Things left Unsaid in Contemporary Invocations of “Traditional
    learning” In Jardine, D., Clifford, P., & Friesen, S., eds. (2008). Back to The Basics of
    Teaching and Learning: Thinking the World Together, 2nd ed., foreword by William E.
    Doll, Louisiana State University, Mahwah, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum and
    Associates, pp.185-193.
Journals Edited
  • Smits H. & Naqvi R. (2008). How Might Teacher Education Live Well In A Changing World.
    Complicated Conversations, Journal of Educational Thought. University of Calgary
Invited Addresses:
  • Naqvi R. Anti-islamophobic Curriculums, February 19, 2014, Comparative International & Development Education Centre, Ontario Institute for studies in Education, University of Toronto.
  • Naqvi R., Koshan J, Este D. (2013). Eyes High on Diversity October 28, 2013, Sponsored by the Advisor to the President on Women’s Issues and the Women’s Resource Centre, University of Calgary.
  • Naqvi R. Intercultural vs Multicultural Education: The end of rivalries? November 8, 2013. Western University, London, Ontario.
  • Naqvi R. «Approches novatrices en milieu scolaire pluriethnique: exploiter les livres multilingues au préscolaire», February 15, 2013. Chaire de recherche du Canada sur l’éducation et les rapports ethniques, Université de Montréal, Montreal.
  • Naqvi R. New Possibilities for Our Children: Language As A Cultural Amplifier, Centre for Educational Research on Languages and Literacies, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, November 2, 2012, University of Toronto, Toronto.
  • Naqvi R. Understanding the Shaping Effect of Multilingual Ecologies on Children’s Language Awareness, Centre for the Studies of Literacies at Sheffield, October 16, 2012, Department of Educational Studies University of Sheffield, Sheffield, UK.
  • Naqvi R. Gesture of Language: Living Multiculturalism, Key note delivered at the “Curriculum@theedges11”, April 14, 2011. Department of Secondary Education, University of Alberta. Edmonton.
  • Naqvi R. If not multiculturalism than what? In Panel on Secularism in the Modern Liberal State with Prof. Jocelyn Maclure, Laval University, Multiculturalism or Interculturalism? What are the Implications for Albertans and Canadians? Alberta Civil Liberties Research Centre, Faculty of Law, November 10, 2011, University of Calgary, Calgary.
  • Naqvi R. & Smits H. Thinking About and Enacting Curriculum in “Frames of War”, Key Note Address, Canadian Association for Curriculum Studies Pre-Conference, Canadian Society for the Study of Education, May 27, 2010. Concordia University, Montreal.
Other Refreed Contributions
  • Naqvi R., Cummins J & Brooks A. (2014). The Role of Identity Narratives (Identity Texts) In Overcoming Barriers To Parental Engagement, Multicultural/Multiethnic Education: Theory, Research, and Practice, April 6, 2014, American Education Researchers Association Annual Meeting, Philadelphia.
  • Naqvi R. & Soltez S. (2014). Developing Metalinguistic Awareness within Emergent Spanish Bilingual Programs, Celebrating Linguistic Diversity Annual Conference, April 30, 2014, OISE, University of Toronto.
  • Cummins J., Naqvi R., Yaman Ntelioglou B. (2014). School Improvement in a Multilingual Urban Context: The Perspective of Students, Teachers Administrators and Parents, Celebrating Linguistic Diversity Annual Conference, April 30, 2014, OISE, University of Toronto.
  • Cummins J., Naqvi R., Yaman Ntelioglou B., Montenero K, Carey J., Fannin J., Montenara M., Altidor Brooks A. (2014). Knowledge Mobilization through Collective Pedagogical Inquiry in Schools Serving Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Students, (DTD) CSSE, Brock University.
  • Cummins, J., Early, M., Kendrick, M., Naqvi, R., Stille, S., Yaman, B., (2013). Pedagogies for plurilingual learners in multilingual classrooms: Teaching at the intersection of language, culture, and identity. Symposium conducted by the Canadian Association for Applied Linguistics Conference, June 3 – 5, 2013, Victoria, BC.
  • Naqvi, R., Schmidt, E. & Krickhan, M. (2013). Reconceptualising bilingual pedagogy: A
    framework to foster metalinguistic awareness in the early years. Symposium conducted by the American Association for Applied Linguistics Conference, March 16-19, 2013, Dallas.
  • Naqvi, R., Schmidt, E. & Krickhan, M. (2013). Pedagogies for plurilingual learners in
    multilingual classrooms: Teaching at the intersection of language, culture, and identity.
    Symposium conducted by the American Association for Applied Linguistics Conference, March 16-19, 2013, Dallas.
  • Gogolin I., Duarte J., Naqvi R., Dietz G. & August D. (2013). Multilingualism Global Challenges. Local Practice. European and American Research Approaches. Symposium conducted by the Multicultural/Multiethnic Education: Research Theory and Practice, American Education Researchers Association Annual Meeting, April 29, 2013, San Francisco.
Contributions to Training:
Contributions to Training: PhD EdD Med MA
PhD Supervisor 1 complete 2 in progress 13 (in progress) 4 completed 3 in progress
Supervisory Committee 10
Exam Com 10 9 1

Funded Research: Since my arrival at the University of Calgary, I have developed and maintained a robust research program involving a number of interconnecting projects. My academic position at the University of Calgary has enabled me to receive competitive funding for seventeen research projects, culminating in a research grant total of $319.003. I have received funding from SSHRC, CIHR and the Alberta Centre for Child Family and Community Research. I have presented a total of forty two refereed academic conference papers at international meetings such as the American Education Researchers Association. On a national and local level I have presented at thirty seven conferences.

Most Significant Career Research Contributions:

My work in the area of multilingualism has been recognized through an administrative appointment. I served as the Associate Director of the Language Research Center at the University of Calgary from 2010 to 2012. 2012 Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Connection Grant, (2012–2014). Naqvi, R. (PI), O’Brien, M. G., & Curtin, S. University of Calgary, Complete. $47,098, Interdisciplinary Approaches to Multilingualism, www.ucalgary.ca/iam2013
This Conference was the first of its kind, which brought together the work of researchers, educators, and policy makers in the areas of first and second language acquisition from language pedagogy and psycholinguistic perspectives. Our goal was to provide an opportunity for participants to engage with the implications of multilingualism from a range of perspectives, including the effects of being bilingual from childhood to adulthood, the process and benefits of learning multiple languages, and the impact of multilingualism on society.
Counseling Service for Parents of Bilingual Children launched in collaboration with Professor Jürgen Meisel through the Language Research Center in February 2011.
http://arts.ucalgary.ca/lrc/home/parent-counselling-service
Dual language book reading program launched through funding received from the Alberta
Center for Child Family and Community Research, $70,000 (2008-2010) and $38,700 (2014-2015)

Awards and International/National Teaching assignments

  • Visiting Professor 2012-2013, Centre for Educational Research on Languages and Literacies, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto.
  • Recipient of the International Visitor Leadership Program from Canada sponsored by the State
    Department, Washington, United States. (December, 2009).
  • Invited guest speaker at the International Fall School, Multilingualism-TransAtlantic Perspectives, October 6-12, 2013. Examining Multilingualism in Contemporary Western Pedagogical Contexts, University of Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany.
  • Invited guest speaker at the International Fall School, Multilingualism-TransAtlantic Perspectives, October 8-12, 2012. Raising Language Awareness in Multilingual Settings. University of Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany.
  • Invited guest speaker at the International Summer School, Multilingualism – TransAtlantic Perspectives, July 19-24, 2010. Language and Literacy: Children’s Experiences in Multilingual Environments. University of Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany.