*Most of my articles are either available on my page or published open access. If you can’t find a copy, I’m happy to email you one.*

I try to update this page regularly, but a more complete list is probably available from Google Scholar.

Limerick, N. (2018). Attaining Multicultural Citizenship Through Indigenous Language Instruction: Successful Kichwa Misfires and the Modeling of Modernist Language Ideologies in Ecuador. Journal of Linguistic Anthropology, 28(3), 313-331.

Limerick, N. (2018). Kichwa or Quichua? Competing Alphabets, Political Histories, and Complicated Reading in Indigenous Languages. Comparative Education Review, 62(1), 103–124.

*Received the George Bereday Award from the Comparative and International Education Society for the best Comparative Education Review article published in 2018.

*Received the James E. Alatis Prize for Research on Language Planning and Policy in Educational Contexts from The International Research Foundation in 2020.

Limerick, N. (2019). Three Multilingual Dynamics of Indigenous Language Use that Challenge Standardized Linguistic Assessment. Language Assessment Quarterly, 16(4-5), 379-392.

Limerick, N. (2020). Speaking for a State: Standardized Kichwa Greetings and Conundrums of Commensuration in Intercultural Ecuador. Signs and Society, 8(2), 185-219.

Limerick, N. (2020). Indigenous Movements in Ecuador: The Struggle for Teaching Kichwa in Schools. ReVista: Harvard Review of Latin America, XIX(1), 1-6.

Limerick, N. (2020). What’s the Linguistic Variety of Audit Culture? Administering an Indigenous Language Proficiency Exam in Ecuador’s Intercultural Bilingual EducationAnthropology & Education Quarterly, 51(3), 282-303.  Anthropology and Education Quarterly.

Limerick, N. & Hornberger, N. (2021). Teachers, Textbooks, and Orthographic Choices in Quechua: Comparing Bilingual Intercultural Education in Peru and Ecuador Across Decades. Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education, 51(3), 319-336.

Limerick, N. (2023). Linguistic Registers and Citizenship Education: Divergent  Approaches to Content, Instruction, Kichwa Use, and State Relationships in Ecuador’s Intercultural Bilingual Education. American Educational Research Journal, 60(2), 219-256.

Limerick, N. (2023). Commentary: Can Schools Revitalize Indigenous Languages? Some Updates. International Journal of the Sociology of Language, 280, 167-170.