This case study traces the journey of a Korean graduate student’s English learning experience, drawing on autobiographical poetry, self-narrative, and interviews. Through a series of snapshot recollections, it illustrates the participant’s evolving subject position with English over the years from his childhood to graduate school. The article concludes that language learning is a transformative experience of constructing translingual identities which entails a wide spectrum of emotion, desire, and dedication: desire to understand the world; to be included in the world; to empower oneself as a user.
Kim, Kyung Min
"A Humanized View of Second Language Learning Through Creative Writing: a Korean Graduate Student in the United States,"
Journal of Creative Writing Studies: Vol. 3
, Article 7.
Available at: https://scholarworks.rit.edu/jcws/vol3/iss1/7