I currently teach English as a second language and Spanish at the secondary level in the state of Washington in the United States. I hold a B.Sc. in Geography from Towson University and an M.A. and PhD from the University of the Basque Country in Language Acquisition in Multilingual Settings. My doctoral research focused on teacher agency in policymaking in bilingual schools.
Language policyBilingual educationIndividual agency in policymakingRelational approaches to language policy and planning
- Jeremy Hurdus, David Lasagabaster. (2018) Mappings and policies-in-the-making: Toward an ontogenetic understanding of language-in-education policy. Language and Education. 32:227-241. Abstract
- Jeremy Hurdus. (October 2017) Unintentional language planning for displaced families in a bilingual school. Western Conference on Linguistics (WECOL) Boise (USA). Abstract
- Jeremy Hurdus. (August 2018) Bilingual teachers as agents of change. Language Policy and Planning (LPP) Toronto (Canada). Abstract
- Jeremy Hurdus. (August 2017) A non-scalar analysis of teacher agency in bilingual schools. Language Policy and Planning (LPP) Toronto (Canada). Abstract
- Jeremy Hurdus. (April 2018) Acquisition planning as spatial planning. SALSA XXVI - Language in Society: Culture, Space, and Identity Austin (USA). Abstract