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Aronin, Larissa (2022). An Advanced Guide to Multilingualism Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press.        A textbook.

Aronin, Larissa ( 2022). A journey to a new home: language, identity and material culture. In Protassova, E. and Yelenevskaya, M (eds.) Material Culture of the Russian-speaking Diaspora: The Semiotics of Home. Edinburgh: EUP.

Aronin, Larissa & Susan Coetze van Rooy (2022). Emerging trends in multilingual learning and teaching: Beyond edges and borders.  AILA Review. pp.152-168.

Aronin, Larissa (in press). English in Israel. The Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of World Englishes. (pp. TBA). The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of World Englishes. Oxford, UK/Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell.

Laurent Moccozet, Nicolas Boeckh, Larissa Aronin (2021) Modelling socio-linguistic profiles in multilingual Higher Education Institutions (HEI)

Aronin, Larissa and Moccozet Laurent (2021) Dominant Language Constellations: Towards Online Computer-Assisted Modelling. International Journal of Multilingualism.

Aronin, Larissa, and Yelenevskaya, Maria (2021). Teaching English in multilingual Israel: Who teaches whom and how: A review of recent research 2014-2020 Language Teaching (CUP).

Aronin, Larissa (2021) Dominant Language Constellations: Teaching and learning languages in a multilingual world. In Raza, K., Coombe, C., & Reynolds, D. Policy development in TESOL and multilingualism: Past, present and the way forward. (pp. 287-300). Cham, Switzerland: Springer.

Aronin, Larissa (2021) Dominant Language Constellations in Education: Patterns and Visualisations. In Larissa Aronin and Eva Vetter (eds.) Dominant Language Constellations Approach in Education and Language Acquisition (pp. 19-41). Springer.

Aronin, Larissa, Bylieva Daria and Victoria Lobatiuk (2023). Material culture inside and beyond multilingual classroom: theoretical and pedagogical perspectives. In Melo-Pfeifer, Silvia, et al (eds.) Linguistic Landscapes in (Teacher) education – Multilingual teaching and learning inside and beyond the classroom. Springer.