Refereed Edited Book Chapters

Ravindra, A. & Ilieva, R. (under review). Affective Affordances, Desires, and Assemblages: A Study of International Graduates of a TESOL Program in Canada. To appear in F. Bagnou, M. Waterhouse and D. Fleming (Eds.). Deterritorializing Language, Teaching, and Learning: Deleuzo-Guattarian Perspectives on Second Language Education. University of Ottawa Press.

Marom, L. & Ilieva, R. (2016). Becoming the “good teacher”: The professional capital conversion of internationally educated teachers in a recertification program in British Columbia. In C. Schmidt and J. Schneider (Eds.). Diversifying the Teaching Force in Transnational Contexts: Critical Perspectives (pp. 15–27). Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers.

Ilieva, R. (2014). The story of a researcher’s positioning in an ethnographic study. In S. Marshall, A. Clemente & M. Higgins (Eds.). Shaping ethnographies in multilingual and multicultural context (pp. 59-83). UWO, Ont: The Althouse Press.

Ilieva, R. (2014). Examining constructions of culture(s) in two adult ESL classrooms in Canada. In D. Yankova (Ed.), Cross-linguistic interaction (pp. 609–623). Sofia, Bulgaria: St. Kliment Ohridski University Press.

Ilieva, R.(2012). Exploring the value of heritage languages and cultures in public schools in a globalizing world: The case of Mandarin classes in a secondary school. In P. Miller, J. Watzke& M. Mantero (Eds.), ISLS Readings in language studies, Vol. 3: Language and identity (pp. 567–586). Lakewood Ranch, FL: International Society for Language Studies, Inc.

Nilson, M., Pidgeon,M., Laitsch, D., Marshall, S., Ilieva,R. (2009). The sociopolitical context of teacher education in Canada. In E. Sandoval, R. Blum-Martinez, I. Andrews (Eds.), Challenges and Possibilities in Teacher Education: A North American Perspective (pp. 35–58). Mexico City, Mx: Universidad Pedagogica Nacional.

Beynon, J., Dagenais, D., Ilieva, R., LaRocque, L. (2005). A sociocultural and critical analysis of educational policies and programs for minority youth in British Columbia. In C. James (Ed.), Possibilities and Limitations: Multicultural Policies and Programs in Canada (pp. 108–129). Halifax: Fernwood Publishing.

Denos, C., Hof, L., Ilieva, R., Rowbotham S., Sandhu, S., Sandhu S., Tsoukalas, C., Waterstone, B. and Toohey, K. (2003). Dialogues around “Breaking them up, taking them away: ESL students in grade 1,” by Kelleen Toohey (1998). In J. Sharkey & K. Johnson, (Eds.), The TESOL Quarterly dialogues: Rethinking issues of language, culture, and power (pp. 87–97)Alexandria, VA: TESOL, Inc.