Dr. Bryan Meadows's professional interests center on two primary areas: (a) language educational practices and (b) the development of successful language teachers. His published work addresses issues of power in the context of language education and can be found in peer-reviewed and professional venues. He presents at international and regional academic conferences regularly and is an active member of his field, serving on review boards of academic journals and building partnerships with K-12 schools.
- Ph.D., University of Arizona. Second Language Acquisition and Teaching (SLAT)
- M.Ed., University of Houston. Second Language Education
- B.A., San Francisco State University. Japanese Language and Culture
- EDST 1001 Introduction to Teaching: The Profession
- EDST 1301 Educational Psychology and Classroom Practice
- EDST 2501 Intro to Philosophy of Education and Curriculum
- EDST 3605 Methods for World Languages Teaching
- EDST 3900/CORE 3882 Comparative Education Studies through Travel Abroad
- EDST 6505 TESL Methods I
- EDST 6506 TESL Methods II
- EDST 6507 Second Language Assessment
- EDST 6560 Historical and Cultural Backgrounds of ELs
- ELMP 7774 Comparative Study of Education Systems
- ELMP 8987 Dissertation Seminar in Administration
- ESLP 0241 Intermediate Writing
- ESLP 0420 Advanced ESL Conversation/Listening
Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
- Meadows, B. (2020). Nationalism, nationalized cultures, and English Language Teaching (ELT): What teacher interviews reveal about culture teaching as vehicle for ideological reproduction/transformation. Critical Inquiry in Language Studies, Earlyview available at https://doi.org/10.1080/15427587.2020.1714443
- Meadows, B. (2019). Legitimate pluralities: Preparing future language educators to view national culture(s) through an inclusive lens. Multicultural Perspectives, 21(4), 217-223. https://doi.org/10.1080/15210960.2019.1686383
- Meadows, B. (2018). National reproduction in national claims: A case study of discursive power in an adult ESL classroom setting. Linguistics and Education, 45, 83-91. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.linged.2018.04.002
- Meadows, B. & Neumann, J. (2017). What does it mean to assess gifted students’ perceptions of giftedness labels?. Interchange: A Quarterly Review of Education, 48(2), 145-165.
- Meadows, B. (2016). Culture teaching in historical review: On the occasion of ASOCOPI’s fiftieth anniversary. HOW: A Colombian Journal for Teachers of English, 23(2), 148-169.
- Guerrero, H. & Meadows, B. (2015). Global professional identity in deterretorialized spaces: A case study of a critical dialogue between expert and novice nonnative English speaker teachers. PROFILE: Issues in Teachers' Professional Development, 17(2): 13-27.
- Meadows, B. (2014). Examining nationalism in folk theories of language: The case of language complaints in multilingual settings. The International Journal of Applied Linguistics, 24(3): 337-356.
- Meadows, B. (2014). Nationalist border practices: A critical account of how and why an English language classroom on the US/Mexico border reproduces nationalism. International Journal of the Sociology of Language, 227: 139-155.
- Meadows, B. (2013). The relative priority of conceptual and procedural knowledge in university Second Language Teacher Education (SLTE) programs: Perspectives of in-service language teachers in New Jersey. Action in Teacher Education, 35(3): 186-203.
- Meadows, B. & Sayer, P. (2013). The Mexican sports car controversy: An appraisal analysis of BBC's Top Gear and the reproduction of nationalism and racism through humor. Discourse, Context & Media, 2(2): 103-110.
- Sayer, P. & Meadows, B. (2012). Teaching culture beyond nationalist boundaries: National identities, stereotyping, and culture in language education. Intercultural Education, 23(3): 265-279.
- Neumann, J. & Meadows, B. (2011). Problematizing notions of decontextualized ‘best practice’. Curriculum and Teaching Dialogue, 13(1/2): 93-107.
- Meadows, B. (2010). ‘Like my tutor and stuff, people I would talk to’: Laying claim to imagined national communities in learner discourse. Critical Inquiry in Language Studies, 7(2/3): 88-111.
- Meadows, B. (2009). Capital negotiation and identity practices: Investigating symbolic capital from the ‘ground-up’. Critical Discourse Studies, 6(1): 15-30.
- Meadows, B. (2007). Distancing and showing solidarity via metaphor and metonymy in political discourse: A critical study of American statements on Iraq during the years 2004-2005. Critical Approaches to Discourse Analysis Across Disciplines, 1(2): 1-17.
- Meadows, B. (2007). Implications of ultrasound technology in the L2 classroom. Arizona Working Papers in SLA & Teaching, 14: 15-41.
- Meadows, B. & Muramatsu, Y. (2007). Native speaker or non-native speaker teacher?: A report of student preferences in four different foreign language classrooms. Arizona Working Papers in SLA & Teaching, 14: 95-109.
Peer-Reviewed Book Chapters
- Cole, D. & Meadows, B. (2013). Re-imagining belonging: Communities of practice in the (foreign) language classroom. In D. Rivers & S. Houghton (Eds.), Social identities and multiple selves in foreign language education (pp. 121-138). London: Bloomsbury.
- Cole, D. & Meadows, B. (2013). Avoiding the essentialist trap: Using critical discourse analysis to read nationalist ideologies in the intercultural language classroom. In F. Dervin & A. Liddicoat (Eds.), Linguistics for intercultural education in language learning and teaching (pp. 29-47). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
- Meadows, B. (2011). ‘Now here I am influent in Spanish’: Negotiating monolingual Hispanic identities at the bilingual US/Mexico border. In K. Ciepiela (Ed.), Identity through a language lens (pp. 97-108). Berlin: Peter Lang.
- Meadows, B. (2011). Do you see what I’m saying? Literally.: Ultrasound technology as a tool for pronunciation instruction. In J. Aitken, J. Pedego-Fairley, J. Carlson (Eds.), Communication technology for students in special education or gifted programs (pp. 293-302). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
- Meadows, B. & Waugh, L. (2010). Identity and power in online communities of practice: Working in the extreme margins of a celebrity gossip blogsite. In J. Watzke, P. Chamness Miller, & M. Mantero (Eds.), Readings in language studies, volume two (pp. 185-200). St. Louis, MO: International Society for Language Studies.
- 2020 Invited International Guest Speaker. Universidad Santo Tomás 6th International Colloquium on Reflective and Critical Practice. Bogotá, Colombia.
- 2019 Recipient. Kappa Delta Pi Outstanding Service & Professional Development Award.
- 2019 Invited Guest Speaker. Universidad Surcolombiana II International Symposium on Research in Foreign Language Teaching. Ibagué, Colombia.
- 2019 Invited Guest Lecture. Seijo University, Department of Social Innovation. Tokyo Japan.
- 2017 Invited Guest Lecture. Universidad del Valle, Interinstitutional Doctoral Program in Education. Cali, Colombia.
- 2017 Invited Guest Lecture. Universidad Distrital Francisco Jose de Caldas, Interinstitutional Doctoral Program in Education. Bogota, Colombia.
- 2017 Invited Guest Lecture. Chungnam National University, Department of English Language and Literature. Daejeon, South Korea.
- 2015 Invited Keynote Speaker. The Colombian Association of Teachers of English (ASOCOPI), 50th Annual Conference. Medellín, Colombia.
- 2012 Francis P. Hunkins Distinguished Article Award in Teaching for co-authored article, Problematizing notions of decontextualized 'best practice.'
Other Professional Publications
- Meadows, B. (Spring 2018). Teacher education SIG at the spring conference. NJTESOL/NJBE Voices, 47(2). Available at https://voices.njtesol-njbe.org/spring-2018-sigs/#teacher-ed.
- Meadows, B. (Winter 2018). Rethinking preparedness of non-ESL teacher-candidates. NJTESOL/NJBE Voices, 47(1). Available at http://www.njtesol-njbe.org/voices/vcsv47n1/SIGs.html.
- NJDOE. [Podcast Appearance: Nov 2017] NJDOE Bilingual/ESL Podcast, Episode 13 – Teacher Education with Bryan Meadows. Available at http://www.nj.gov/education/bilingual/podcasts/.
- Meadows, B. (Fall 2017). Engagement with mainstream teachers. NJTESOL/NJBE Voices, 46(4).
- Meadows, B. (Sum 2017). Teacher education programs in New Jersey: How are we doing? NJTESOL/NJBE Voices, 46(3).
- Meadows, B. (Spring 2017). Pursuing professional development grants for teacher education. NJTESOL/NJBE Voices, 46(2).
- Meadows, B. (Mar 2017). National traits: Bryan Meadows steps beyond stereotypes to teach intercultural skills. English Teaching Professional, 109, 8-9.
- Meadows, B. (Winter 2017). Tech tools for teacher education: A starter kit. NJTESOL/NJBE Voices, 46(1).
- Meadows, B. (Fall 2016). The edTPA: The Education Teacher Performance Assessment. NJTESOL/NJBE Voices, 45(4).
- Meadows, B. (Sum 2014). Preparing international preservice teachers for culture teaching: Leading them to the ground level. Idiom: The Newsletter of the New York State Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages (NYS-TESOL), 42(2), 22-23.
- Meadows, B. (Apr 2013). Speak a new language project: A critical learning experience for future ESL/EFL teachers. TEIS News: The newsletter of the teacher education interest section of TESOL. Available at http://newsmanager.commpartners.com/tesolteis/issues/2013-04-08/2.html.
- Meadows, B. (Oct 2012). Build a plan to teach students as individuals. Think Teachers, 1(3), 45.