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be re-emphasized and situated at the center of applied linguistics. Ten years on and I am editor of this special issue of the L2 Journal dedicated to L2 Writing and Personal History: Meaningful Literacy in the Language Classroom. Over the last ten years, positions have been proposed that recognize the importance of the personal in language learning. Among others Kramsch (2006; 2009) has explored language learners' multilingual subjectivity, Block (2007) investigated second language identity,doi:10.5070/l25119301 fatcat:mtvdl37lp5az5ilnc7mxiv5aam