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Note from the Editor

    1. R A Note from the Editor
      1. Nancy H. Hornberger

Introduction to the Special Issue

    1. R Introduction to the Special Issue: Analyzing Voice in Educational Discourses
      1. Kasper Juffermans
        Jef Van der Aa


    1. R Newcomers Navigating Language Choice and Seeking Voice: Peer Talk in a Multilingual Primary School Classroom in Finland
      1. Alicia Copp Mökkönen
    2. R Engaging with Voices: Ethnographic Encounters with the Gambian Language-in-Education Policy
      1. Kasper Juffermans
        Kirsten Van Camp
    3. R Voicing as an Essential Problem of Communication: Language and Education of Chinese Immigrant Children in Globalization
      1. Jie Dong
        Yan Dong
    4. R Sharing Time and the Poetic Patterning of Caribbean Independence: The Narrative Architecture of Voice
      1. Jef Van der Aa
    5. R Catechistic Teaching, National Canons, and the Regimentation of Students' Voice
      1. Sjaak Kroon

Commentary on the Special Issue

    1. R Voice, Schooling, Inequality, and Scale
      1. James Collins


    1. R In Memoriam: Harry F. Wolcott, 1929–2012
      1. Ray Barnhardt
        Jean Campbell
        Heewon Chang
        Barbara Harrison
        Letty Lincoln
        Teresa McCarty
        Geoffrey Mills

Book Reviews

    1. R Forging Rights in a New Democracy: Ukrainian Students between Freedom and JusticeAnna Fournier. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2012. 214 pp..
      1. Bridget Goodman
    2. R Mothers United: An Immigrant Struggle for Socially Just EducationAndrea Dyrness. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press, 2011. 254 pp..
      1. Janise Hurtig
    3. R Paradise Redefined: Transnational Chinese Students and the Quest for Flexible Citizenship in the Developed WorldVanessa L. Fong. Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2011. 280 pp..
      1. Susan Thomas
    4. R Networks, New Governance and EducationStephen J. Ball & Carolina Junemann. Bristol, UK: The Policy Press, 2012. 167 pp..
      1. Cat McManus