Jasone Cenoz

Koldo Mitxelena Visiting Professor
Rosenwald 230
Office Hours: By Appointment

Prof. Jasone Cenoz specializes in Applied Linguistics and works on the study of on multilingual education, bilingualism, multilingualism, linguistic landscape and minority languages. She is very interested in the acquisition of Basque, Spanish and English in school contexts and in higher education. Her recent work focuses on focus on multilingualism and pedagogical translanguaging in language and content learning. Prof. Cenoz worked at the University of the Basque Country Departments of English Studies and Research Methods in Education. She is member of the Advisory Board for the Organization of Ibero-American States (Organización de Estados Iberoamericanos), and of the Basque Institute for Research and Evaluation in Education. She is also on the Governing Board of the Iseak Foundation.

Recent Publications


Gorter, D. & Cenoz, J. (forthcoming) Linguistic landscape A Panorama of Linguistics Landscapes Studies. Multilingual Matters

Cenoz, J & Gorter, D. (eds) (forthcoming) Learning Minority Languages as Second Languages: Challenges and Achievements, Routledge

Cenoz, J & Gorter, D. (2021) Pedagogical Translanguaging. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Cenoz, J. ; Gorter, D. & May, S. (eds) (2017) Language awareness and multilingualism. Encyclopedia of Language and Education. Berlin/New York: Springer.

Cenoz, J., & Gorter, D. (Eds.) (2015). Multilingual education: between language learning and translanguaging. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press


Selected Articles/Chapters:

Cenoz, J. & Gorter, D. (2022 ) Enhancing bilingual resources in third language acquisition: towards pedagogical translanguaging. Educational Linguistics 1(2) 338-357 https://doi.org/10.1515/eduling-2022-0009

Cenoz, J. (2022) Hacia una perspectiva holística en el aprendizaje del inglés en contextos educativos: el enfoque plurilingüe y “translanguaging”. Revista Iberoamericana de Educación 90(1): 191-203

Cenoz, J., & Gorter, D. (2022). Pedagogical translanguaging in content and language integrated learning. Journal of Multilingual Theories and Practices, 3(1), 7-26. https://doi.org/10.1558/jmtp.21812

Cenoz, J. & Gorter, D. (2022) Pedagogical translanguaging and its application to language clases.RELC journal 53: 342-354 https://doi.org/10.1177/00336882221082751 https://doi.org/10.1177/00336882221082751

Cenoz, J. Santos, A. & Gorter, D. (2022) Pedagogical translanguaging and teachers’ perceptions of anxiety. International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism DOI: 10.1080/13670050.2021.2021387

Gorter, D. & Cenoz, J. (2022). Linguistic Landscapes. In B. Busse & I. H. Warnke (Eds.), Handbuch Sprache im urbanen Raum / Language in urban space. Berlin: De Gruyter 218-244.

Villabona, N. & Cenoz , J. (2022) The integration of content and language in CLIL: a challenge for content-driven and language-driven teachers. Language, Culture and Curriculum 35: 36-50. 10.1080/07908318.2021.1910703

Gorter, D., Cenoz, J & Van der Worp, K. (2022). Global and local forces in the multilingual landscape: a study of a market, In R. Blackwood & U. Røyneland (Eds.) Spaces of Multilingualism, London: Routledge 188-211.


2022-23 Course Offerings

Multilingualism and Multilingual education (LING 29404/39404

BASQ 29423/39423) – Spring 2023