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Rymes, B. (2012). Recontextualizing YouTube: From micro-macro to mass-mediated communicative repertoires. Anthropology & Education Quarterly, 43(2), 214–227.
Rymes, B. (2011). Deference, denial, and beyond: A repertoire approach to mass media and schooling. Review of Research in Education, 35(1), 208–238.
Rymes, B. (2010). Communicative repertoires and English language learners. In M. Shatz & L.C. Wilkinson (Eds.), The education of English language learners: Research to practice. New York, NY: Guilford Press, 2010.
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Rymes, B. (2008). Language socialization and the linguistic anthropology of education. In N. Hornberger & P. Duff (Eds.), Encyclopedia of language and education, 2nd revised edition. New York, NY: Springer.
Cahnmann, M., Rymes, B., & Suoto-Manning, M. (2005). Using critical discourse analysis to understand and facilitate identification processes of bilingual adults becoming teachers. Critical Inquiry in Language Studies.
Rymes, B., & Anderson, K. (2004). Second language acquisition for all: Understanding the interactional dynamics of classrooms in which Spanish and AAE are spoken. Research in the Teaching of English, 29(2), 107–135.
Rymes, B. (2004). Contrasting zones of comfortable competence: Popular culture in a phonics lesson. Linguistics & Education, 14, 321–335.
Rymes, B. (2003). Relating word to world: Indexicality during literacy events. In S.E.F. Wortham & B. Rymes (Eds.), The linguistic anthropology of education. Westport, CT: Greenwood.
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Rymes, B. (2002). Language in development in the United States: Supervising adult ESOL pre-service teachers in an immigrant community. TESOL Quarterly, 36(3).
Rymes, B. R.: Conversational Borderlands: Language and Identity in an Alternative Urban High School. New York: Teachers College Press, 2001.
Rymes, B., & Pash, D. (2001). Questioning identity: The case of one second language learner. Anthropology & Education Quarterly, 32(3), 276–300.
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