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Christina Ponzio (she/her)

University of Michigan/Wayne State Univesity
Lecturer/Adjunct Faculty
Dr. Christina M. Ponzio holds a BA in English, Graduate Certification in Secondary Education, and a PhD in Curriculum, Instruction and Teacher Education, all from Michigan State University in East Lansing, Michigan. She is currently a lecturer in the School of Education at the University of Michigan, USA and adjunct faculty in the Reading, Language and Literature Program at Wayne State University, USA. Previously, Christina was a secondary English language arts and English as a second language teacher and English as a Second Language program coordinator in Michigan; she has also served as a consultant for the Michigan Department of Education. Christina seeks to advance more equitable, inclusive, and socially-just educational experiences among language-minoritized learners in the U.S. through exploration of English language teachers’ ideologies, dispositions, and pedagogies. Informed by self study, autoethnographic, narrative, and poetic inquiry traditions, she partners with pre- and in-service teachers to interrogate together the assimilationist aims of dominant language ideologies in order to enact translanguaging as critical praxis in traditionally English-medium spaces. Christina’s commitment to critical self-study also extends to her service, specifically within the Michigan Council of Teachers of English and the College of Education at Michigan State University, where she partners with colleagues to cultivate interaction and organizational practices that decenter white supremacy and instead center more humanizing, anti-racist commitments.