Emmanuelle Mauldin-Chiocca

Assistant Professor of Applied Linguistics and Culture, Duke Kunshan University Assistant Director for Additional Languages, Duke Kunshan University

Her research encompasses the intersection of language learning and teaching, intercultural competence development, and perspective transformation, with a particular focus on international education. She is also investigating the effects of curriculum ideologies on glottophobia and epilinguistic behaviors, as well as Native American language revitalization.
Mauldin-Chiocca has B.A.s in history and English and an M.A. in history from the University of Bordeaux Montaigne, France, and a Ph.D. in instructional leadership and academic curriculum from the University of Oklahoma, specializing in international education via language learning and teaching and study abroad program design.



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