Interview with Tang T. Heng

This interview is with Tang T. Heng, Assistant Professor in the National Institute of Education at Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. Tang has written extensively about deficit and homogenising narratives associated with international students in addition to the need for more socioculturally-attuned engagement with them. Her work can be reviewed here. Interviewer: Can you tellContinue reading “Interview with Tang T. Heng”

The continued distinction of EU and non-EU students in a post-Brexit UK

Written by Jenna Mittelmeier (Senior Lecturer in International Education, University of Manchester) While reading a journal article published this year, I was struck by an author’s definition of international students in the UK as “those domiciled from non-EU countries”. A recent reviewer comment on our own work also questioned why we had chosen not toContinue reading “The continued distinction of EU and non-EU students in a post-Brexit UK”

Why do we need this website?

Written by Jenna Mittelmeier If you’ve made it to this post, then welcome to the new Research with International Students website! This resource bank is developed by myself and my colleague Sylvie Lomer, with thanks to several colleagues who shaped our thinking along the way. The website is intended as a resource for researchers whoContinue reading “Why do we need this website?”

Research with international students: Reflecting on critical and conceptual methodological considerations 

Originally posted on Critical Internationalization Studies Network:
By Dr. Jenna Mittelmeier, Dr. Sylvie Lomer, and Dr. Kalyani Unkule Our upcoming edited volume Research with International Students: Critical Conceptual and Methodological Considerations (published by Routledge in 2023) aims to provide comprehensive methodological guidance for researchers who include international students as participants. Our interest in developing this…