Kasztalska, A., & Swatek, A. (2023). English in Poland: The Dynamic Role of the English Language in Everyday Life, Education, and Politics. World Englishes Special Edition on English in Europe.

Kasztalska, A., & Maune, M. (2023). “What Authority I Have?”: Analyzing Legitimation Codes of English Composition ITAs.” In T. Ruecker, & M. Tseptsura (Eds.), Non-Native English Speaking Teachers of Writing.


Daoud, S., & Kasztalska, A. (2022). Exploring native-speakerism in teacher job recruitment discourse through Legitimation Code Theory: The case of the United Arab Emirates. Language Teaching Research (published online).

Kasztalska, A. (2019). International Teaching Assistants in the Composition Classroom: From World Englishes to Translingualism and Beyond. Journal of Language, Identity & Education, 18(3), 161-175.

Kasztalska, A. (2014). The Impact of English on Contemporary Poland. World Englishes, 33(2), 242-262.


Kasztalska, A., & Madrid, E. (2019). Les Bagatelles. Les Editions Tintamarre.


Kasztalska, A., & Swatek, A. (2020) Neo-Nationalism and EFL Teaching in Poland. In K. McIntosh (Ed.), Applied Linguistics and Language Teaching in a Neo-Nationalist Era (pp. 189-216). Switzerland: Palgrave Mcmillan.

Swatek, A., & Kasztalska, A. (2018) “Write an E-mail to Your Friend in England”: Assessment of the Written English Matura Exam in Poland.” In T. Ruecker, & D. Crusan (Eds.), The Politics of English Second Language Writing Assessment in Global Contexts (pp. 105-116). New York, NY: Routledge.

Kasztalska, A., & Madrid, E. (2010). La Poésie d’expression creole. In Kress, D. A. (Ed.), Anthologie de poésie louisianaise du XIXe siècle (pp. 229-231). Les Editions Tintamarre.


Kasztalska, A. (2015). “Slavic Blood” and “Flow”: Language and Nationalism in Polish Hip Hop. In J. Pelkey, S. Walsh Matthews, & L.G. Sbrocchi (Eds.), Semiotics 2014: The Semiotics of Paradox (p. 361-371). Ottawa, Canada: Legas.


Kasztalska, A. (2021, March). The Pandemic Has Profoundly Shaken Up How We Think about Teaching and Teaching Assessment. BU Digital Learning & Innovation Newsletter.

Kasztalska, A. (2019, July). Machine Translation and Smartphones in L2 Writing Classrooms: New Affordances and Challenges. TESOL: Bilingual Basics.

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