Promoting Social Justice With CALL


  • Jesse Gleason Southern Connecticut State University
  • Ruslan Suvorov University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa



computer-assisted language learning, social justice

Author Biographies

Jesse Gleason, Southern Connecticut State University

Jesse Gleason is an Assistant Professor of World Language/Multilingual Education at Southern Connecticut State University in New Haven, Connecticut, where she enjoys working on projects related to social justice, language learning, and technology.

Ruslan Suvorov, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa

Ruslan Suvorov is a Language Technology Specialist at the Center for Language and Technology, University of Hawai'i at Mānoa, where he works on local and national projects aimed at enhancing the capacity and quality of world language education through technology integration.


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How to Cite

Gleason, J., & Suvorov, R. (2019). Promoting Social Justice With CALL. CALICO Journal, 36(1), i-vii.