Westminster International University in Tashkent
EDUCATION: 2017 Ph.D. candidate, Department of Curriculum and Instruction, World Language Education Area University of Wisconsin-Madison, Graduate Certificate in Russian, East European and Central Asian Studies. 2012 M.A. in Applied English Linguistics, English Department, University of Wisconsin-Madison. Certificate in TESOL, English Department, University of Wisconsin-Madison. 2009 Bachelor of Arts in English (Linguistics and Education), Bukhara State University. Certificate in TEYL (Teaching English to Young Learners), University of Maryland, Baltimore County.
RESEARCH INTERESTS : Language Education, Multilingualism, Identity, Linguistic Human Rights, Language Education Policy.
Djuraeva, M. (2015). An Overview of Comparative Study of Higher Education Reform and Internationalization in Kazakhstan. In proceedings of the 2nd International Farabi Readings (82-84. Kazakhstan Ministry of Education and Science. Kazakhstan National University named after al-Farabi.
Djuraeva, M. (2015). Language Policy in Uzbekistan: Formation of Uzbek National Identity. In F. V. Tochon (Ed.), Language Education Policy Unlimited: Global perspectives and Local Practices. Madison, WI: Deep University Press.
Djuraeva, M. &Tochon, F. V. (Eds.). (IN PRESS). Language policy and politics of language: Re-imagining the role of language in neoliberal society. Madison, WI: Deep University Press.