1. LITERACY AS A CONCEPTUAL FRAMEWORK FOR COLLEGIATE ADVANCED LEARNING.
Richard Kern: Literacy and advanced foreign language learning: Rethinking the curriculum; Janet Swaffar: A template for advanced learner tasks: Staging genre reading and cultural literacy through the précis; Heidi Byrnes and Katherine A. Sprang: Fostering advanced L2 literacy: A genre-based, cognitive approach.
2. HERITAGE LEARNERS AS ADVANCED LEARNERS.
Dan Villa: Heritage language speakers and upper division language instruction: Findings from a Spanish linguistics program; Olga Kagan and Kathleen Dillon: Heritage speakers' potential for high level language proficiency.
3. CONTEXTS FOR ADVANCED LEARNING.
Casilde Isabelli: Study abroad for advanced foreign language majors: Optimal duration for developing complex structures; Astrid Weigert: What's Business got to do with it?: The Unexplored Potential of Business Language Courses for Advanced Foreign Language Learning; Cori Crane, Olga Liamkina, and Marianna Ryshina-Pankova: Fostering advanced level language abilities in foreign language graduate programs: Applications of genre theory.
Postscript: Hiram H. Maxim: Expanding visions for collegiate advanced foreign language learning