Angela Reyes (Ph.D. University of Pennsylvania, 2003) is Associate Professor of Linguistics in the Department of English at Hunter College, and Doctoral Faculty in the Ph.D. Program in Anthropology at The Graduate Center. She works on theories of semiotics, discourse, stereotype, and racialization. Combining ethnographic fieldwork and discourse analysis, her research examines how ideologies of race and ethnicity are formulated through spatiotemporal scales of communicative context, particularly in informal educational sites for Asian American urban youth. Her books include, Beyond Yellow English: Toward a Linguistic Anthropology of Asian Pacific America (co-edited with Adrienne Lo, Oxford University Press, 2009), and Language, Identity, and Stereotype Among Southeast Asian American Youth: The Other Asian (Lawrence Erlbaum, 2007). She has a forthcoming book, Discourse Analysis Beyond the Speech Event (co-authored with Stanton Wortham, Routledge, expected 2015). Her current research is on conceptions of mixed race/language in the Philippines.