Mingyi Li

Ph.D. scholar, Language and Literacies Schooling Fellow
Ontario Institute for Research in Schooling, College of Toronto
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
[email protected]

Mingyi Li | Members | Language, Tradition and Justice Hub | Packages in Worldwide Justice and SocietyI’m a first-year Ph.D. scholar within the Language and Literacies Schooling program at OISE/UofT. Throughout my MA diploma at OISE, I explored how Western affect had affected Chinese language doctoral college students’ understanding of the West earlier than they got here to Canada, in addition to their resolution to pick Canada because the vacation spot to advance their tutorial careers.

Though my MA thesis centered on the cultural consciousness and identification growth of a particular group of scholars who got here to Canada as youth, I’m all the time conscious of the important position of language schooling in shaping college students’ understanding of their tradition and identities, in addition to how language schooling can perpetuate stereotypes and deficit pondering towards marginalized college students. Language is all the time a service of tradition.

Current scholarship has discovered that the implementation of language schooling coverage can negatively impression marginalized communities and Indigenous individuals by selling and sustaining white supremacy inside coverage discourse. In my doctoral examine, I’m concerned with wanting on the intersection of language schooling coverage and linguistic hierarchization in Canada, extra particularly the racial and linguistic hierarchization inside coverage discourse.


Li, M (2022). Anti-Asian Racism on the College of Toronto. Asian Canadian Schooling
Community (ACENet) https://www.acenetedu.ca/submit/anti-asian-racism-at-the-university-of-toronto.

Luu, Okay.N., Reid, M., Kang, P., Brittain, P., Li, M., Deki, Okay. (in press). Asian educators’ experiences throughout COVID-19: How the surge in anti-Asian hate impacted Asian Canadian lecturers and leaders. Asian Canadian Educators Community (ACENet).

Deki, Okay., Reid, M., Luu, Okay.N., Brittain, P. and Li, M. (in press). Analyzing Canadian universities’ official responses to the Atlanta murders that focused Asian ladies. Asian Canadian Educators Community (ACENet).

Li, M., Luu, Okay.N., Reid., M., Kang, P., Brittain, P. and Deki, Okay. (in press). Chinese language worldwide highschool college students’ lived experiences of their homestays. Asian Canadian Educators Community (ACENet).