Profile Information

Affiliation
Professor, College of Liberal Arts Division of Arts and Sciences, International Christian University
Degree
Ph.D.(University of Cambridge)
M.Phil.(University of Cambridge)
B.A.(University of British Columbia)

Researcher number
70276442
J-GLOBAL ID
201001098589534408
researchmap Member ID
6000026647

Suzanne Quay is a Professor at International Christian University in Tokyo, Japan, specializing in child language and multilingualism. She is the co-editor with Simona Montanari of <I>Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Multilingualism: The Fundamentals</I>, published October 2019 by De Gruyter and the co-author with Margaret Deuchar of <I>Bilingual Acquisition: Theoretical Implications of a Case Study</I>, published by Oxford University Press in 2000. She was the guest editor in 2011 of ‘Trilingual Children in the Making: Data-driven insights’ for the <I>International Journal of Multilingualism</I> (IJM) and has also published in journals such as <I>First Language</I>, <I>Journal of Child Language</I>, <I>International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism</I>, and <I>Deafness and Education International</I> (DEI). She is currently on the Editorial Boards of IJM and the <I>Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development</I>, and formerly of DEI (from 1999 to 2018), reflecting an interest in multilingualism in both hearing and deaf communities. Her teaching, which covers a wide range of courses in bilingualism, linguistics and language education, complements her interests in family language policies, translanguaging practices and multilingualism across the lifespan.

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Books and Other Publications

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