Fields of Study
International Migration, Forced Migration, Refugee Resettlement
Arias, M.B. and M. Fee (Eds.). Forthcoming. Perspectives on Dual Language Programs. Clevedon, U.K.: Multilingual Matters.
Fee, M. 2017. “Pre-resettlement Experiences: Iranians in Vienna.” Forced Migration Review 54:23-24.
Sugarman, J., M. Fee, and A. Donovan. April 2015. "Research in Progress: Center for Applied Linguistics." Language Teaching 48(2):292-297.
Moore, S.C.K, M. Fee, J. Ee, T.G. Wiley, and M.B. Arias. 2014. “Exploring Bilingualism, Literacy, Employability, and Income Levels among Latinos in the United States.” Pp. 45-78 in The Bilingual Advantage: Language, Literacy, and the Labor Market, edited by R.M. Callahan and P.C. Gándara. Clevedon, U.K.: Multilingual Matters.
Fee, M., N. Rhodes, and T.G. Wiley. 2014. “Demographic Realities, Challenges, and Opportunities.” Pp. 6-18 in Handbook of Heritage and Community Languages in the United States: Research, Educational Practice, and Policy, edited by T.G. Wiley, J.K. Peyton, D. Christian, S.C.K. Moore, and N. Liu. New York: Routledge.
Fee, M. 2013. “Review of Linguistic Justice: International Law and Language Policy.” Folia Linguistica, 47(2):579-583.
Fee, M. 2009. “Cultural Adaptation and Integration for Refugees: A US Perspective.” Cosmopolite 3(1): 55-66.
Fee, M., N. Liu, J. Duggan, B. Arias, and T.G. Wiley. 2014. Investigating Language Policies in IB World Schools. The Hague: International Baccalaureate Organization.
Wiley, T.G., S.C. Moore, and M. Fee. 2012. A “Languages for Jobs” Initiative. Policy Innovation Memorandum No. 24. Washington, DC: Council on Foreign Relations.
Grants and Awards
UCLA Center for European & Russian Studies Pre-Dissertation Fellowship, Summer 2016
UCLA Graduate Research Mentorship, 2015-2016
UCLA Graduate Summer Research Mentorship, Summer 2015
National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship, 2015-2020
Center for Applied Linguistics Mission Advancement Award, June 2014
Washington University Department of Romance Languages Admussen Prize for Outstanding Senior Honors Thesis in French, May 2008
Washington University Department of Romance Languages Rose Markovitz Travel Prize, May 2006
Fee, M. 2016. "The Policy and Practice of the U.S. Refugee Resettlement Program: Structural Constraints and Consequences.” Paper presented at the Migrants, Refugees, & Global Justice: Comparative Perspectives in Societies of Migration Conference at Humboldt University, September 8, Berlin, Germany.
Fee, M. 2016. “Resettlement Policy and the Wellbeing of Refugees in the U.S.: Are Political and Economic Incorporation Enough?” Paper presentated at the International Sociological Association Forum of Sociology, July 13, Vienna, Austria.
Fee, M. 2016. “When Policy Falls Short: Refugee Resettlement in California.” Roundtable paper presentation at the UC International Migration Conference, April 22, Irvine, CA.
Moore, S.C.K., M. Fee, T.G. Wiley, and M.B. Arias. 2016. “Language, Literacy, Employability and Income in the U.S.” Paper presented at the United Nations Language & the Sustainable Development Goals Symposium, April 21, New York, NY.
Fee, M. 2015. “State of Integration: Governmentality and Refugee Resettlement in the U.S.” Paper presented at the CCIS Graduate Student Migration Workshop, May 15, San Diego, CA.
Duggan, J., N. Liu, and M. Fee. 2015. "Language Policy Implementation in the Multilingual Classroom: Case Studies of International Baccalaureate Schools." Paper presented at the American Association of Applied Linguistics Conference, March 23, Toronto, Canada.
Wiley, T.G. and M. Fee. 2014. “Investigating Language Policy in the Global Classroom.” Paper presented at the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages Annual Convention and World Languages Expo, November 21, San Antonio, TX.
Fee, M., T.G. Wiley, and J. Duggan. 2014. “Investigating Language Policy Development and Implementation: Exemplar Practices from Case Studies of IB World Schools.” Paper presented at the Multidisciplinary Approaches in Language Policy & Planning Conference, September 5, Calgary, Canada.
Fee, M. 2014. “Diversity in Language and Experience: Latino Subgroups in the U.S.” Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting, April 6, Philadelphia, PA.
Fee, M. and T.G. Wiley. 2014. “Demographic Realities of Historical and Contemporary ‘Super-Diversity’ among Heritage Language Speakers in the U.S.” Paper presented at the NHLRC Conference on Heritage/Community Languages, March 7, Los Angeles, California.
Fee, M. 2014. “The Handbook of Heritage, Community, and Native American Languages in the United States: Celebrating Six Decades of Progress.” Panel hosted by T.G. Wiley, J. Peyton, D. Christian, S.C.K. Moore, and N. Liu at the NHLRC Conference on Heritage/Community Languages, March 8, Los Angeles, California.
Fee, M. 2013. “Diversity in Language and Experience: Latino Subgroups in the U.S.” Paper presented at Language and Super-diversity: Explorations and Interrogations Conference, June 5, Jyväskylä, Finland.
Kramer, K., N. Jacobsen, M. Fee, J. de la Torre, L. Abadie, and M. Doyle. 2013. “Investigating the Efficacy of an Oral Assessment Protocol and Rating Rubric for a Language for Professional Purposes Program.” Paper presented at the American Association of Applied Linguistics Conference, March 17, Dallas, TX.
Moore, S.C.K., M. Fee, and T.G. Wiley. 2012. “A National Foreign Language Initiative for Global Economic Competiveness.” Paper presented at the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages Annual Convention and World Languages Expo, November 18, Philadelphia, PA.
Fee, M.S., S.C.K. Moore, C. O’Hara, T.G. Wiley, and M.B. Arias. 2012. “Bilingualism, Biliteracy, and Employability among U.S. Latino Subgroups: Implications for Language Policy.” Paper presented at the Multidisciplinary Approaches in Language Policy & Planning Conference, September 8, Calgary, Canada.
Fee, M.S. and S.C.K. Moore. 2012. “Social and Cultural Capital in the Multilingual Classroom: Educating Immigrant Youth in New York City.” Paper presented at the Sociolinguistics Symposium 19: Language and the City, August 21, Berlin, Germany.
M.A. Sociology, UCLA, 2016
M.A. Cultural Translation, The American University of Paris, 2010
M.A. International Affairs, The American University of Paris, 2009
B.A. French & International Studies (summa cum laude), Washington University in St. Louis, 2008