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Nathanael Rudolph, Mukogawa Women's University, Nishinomiya, Hyogo, Japan & Bedrettin Yazan, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama

This piece introduces the NNEST of the month blog, its leadership, and the articles written by the blog interviewers. Read More

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VOICES FROM THE NNEST OF THE MONTH BLOG: ENVISIONING LANDSCAPES FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS
Ana Solano-Campos, University of Massachusetts, Boston, Massachusetts, USA

This piece introduces the NNEST of the month blog, its leadership, and the articles written by the blog interviewers. Read More

THE 100TH NNEST OF THE MONTH INTERVIEW: LOOKING AHEAD FOR ADVOCACY
Brock Brady, Peace Corps, Washington, DC, USA

At this turning point for the NNEST of the Month Blog, we look at some of the strengths, accomplishments, and challenges of the NNEST Caucus (turned IS) and some suggested ways to consider going forward. Read More

WHO ARE NNEST OF THE MONTH BLOG READERS AND WHAT DO YOU WANT?
Terry Doyle, Eugene, Oregon, USA

This brief article reports on a survey of NNEST-IS members and previous interviewees on what they have liked and what they would like to see in our NNEST of the Month Blog interviews. Read More

FROM ACCIDENTAL NNEST BLOGGER TO NNEST SUPPORTER
Isabela Villas Boas, Casa Thomas Jefferson, Brasília, Brazil

In this article, Villas Boas explains how she became engaged with the NNEST of the Month Blog, how she has selected her interviewees, and what she has learned from them. She also discusses how her perspective on the subject is more from the standpoint of a program administrator and teacher than a scholar. Read More

THE NNEST MOVEMENT IN ASIA: INSIGHTS FROM ASIAN BLOG GUESTS
Shu-Chun Tseng, Warsaw Community Schools, Warsaw, Indiana, USA

This article focuses on selected interviewees from Asia and the issues brought up in their interviews. These include negative issues such as cultural stereotyping and native speakerism, but, more important, positive issues such as support and encouragement from teacher educators and mentor teachers and emphasis on ongoing self-improvement. Read More

THE MULTICULTURAL, MULTILINGUAL, AND TRANSNATIONAL NNEST
Ana Solano-Campos, University of Massachusetts, Boston, Massachusetts, USA

NNESTs and NNEST allies’ identities and roles as educators are constructed across various dynamic and intersecting multicultural, multilingual, and transnational spheres. Using the framework of intersectionality, I examined selected interviews from the NNEST of the Month Blog and interrogated various forms of privilege and oppression that NNESTs and NESTs experience. Read More

REFLECTIONS ON THE NNEST BLOG: ISSUES, INSIGHTS, AND INITIATIVES
Geeta Aneja, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

For the last decade, the NNEST of the Month Blog has invited interviews from researchers and practitioners with various levels of education and influence, from international scholars to graduate students. This article reflects on the most recent interviews to explore current themes and future directions for the NNEST movement. Read More

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