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Anderson, C. (2018) DFLs versus ‘locals’- discursive conflict on social media and the battle for regional identity. In: Evans, David, ed. Language, Identity and Symbolic Culture. 1st ed. London: Bloomsbury. pp. 51-83 ISBN 9781350023017

Anderson, C. (2017) Ethics in qualitative language education research. In: Mirhosseini, S., ed. Reflections on Qualitative Research in Language and Literacy Education. 1st ed. Educational Linguistics (29). Cham, Switzerland: Springer. pp. 59-73 ISBN 9783319491387

Anderson, C. (2012) Evaluating qualitative research: issues of reliability and validity. In: UNSPECIFIED, ed. 3 Investigación Cualitativa e Interpretación Selección de Artículos del Tercer Congreso Internacional de Investigación Cualitativa Qualitative Research and Interpretation Selection of articles from the Third International Qualitative Research Conference. Guanajuato, Mexico: Ediciones Universitarias. pp. 541-561 ISBN 9786074412086

Armenta Delgado, I. and Holliday, A. (2015) Researching discourses of culture and native-speakerism. In: Swan, A., Aboshiha, P. and Holliday, A., eds. (En)countering Native-Speakerism: Global Perspectives. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 26-41 ISBN 9781137463494


Bax, S. (2003) CALL—past, present and future. System, 31 (1). pp. 13-28. ISSN 0346-251X.

Bax, S. (2003) The End of CLT: a context approach to language teaching. ELT Journal, 57 (3). pp. 278-287. ISSN 0951-0893.

Bergson, M. and Sperlinger, D. (2004) "I still don't know what I should have done": reflections on personal/professional dilemmas in sign language interpreting. Deaf Worlds, 19 (3). pp. 6-23. ISSN 1362-3125.

Butler, A.M. (2012) Moon: toward the cognitive uncanny. In: Worlds Apart Science Fiction Conference, 2nd & 3rd April 2012, University of Hertfordshire.

Butler, A.M. (2013) Taming death: the construction of human/alien nature in Avatar. In: Wildlife and Society: Challenges for a Shared Future, 21st March 2013, Canterbury Christ Church University.


Dalton, P. (2007) Geffrei Gaimar's Estoire des Engleis, peacemaking, and the "twelfth-century revival of the English nation". Studies in Philology, 104 (4). pp. 427-454. ISSN 0039-3738.

David, T. (2004) Talk it through. Nursery World, 104 (3935). pp. 12-13. ISSN 0029-6422.


Franson, C. and Vasquez, E. (2006) Adaptation and contingency: teaching history to learners of English as an additional language in the mainstream classroom. In: McKay, P., ed. Planning and Teaching Creatively within a Required Curriculum for School-Age Learners. TESOL Language Curriculum Development (2). Virginia, USA: TESOL. ISBN 9781931185301


Gulyás, A. (2002) Democratisation and the mass media in Post-Communist Hungary. Media Development, 49 (1). pp. 33-38. ISSN 0143-5558.


Holliday, A. (2005) Addressing the politics of intercultural understanding in TESOL. In: TESOL Arabia Conference: Teaching, Learning, Leading, 9-11 Mar 2005, Dubai.

Holliday, A. (2010) Analysing qualitative data. In: Paltridge, B. and Phakiti, A., eds. Continuum Companion to Research Methods in Applied Linguistics. Continuum Companions. London: Continuum. pp. 98-110 ISBN 9780826499240

Holliday, A. (2009) Avoiding prejudice in dealing with cultural difference: a critical cosmopolitan approach. In: Ward, C., ed. Language Teaching in a Multilingual World: Challenges and Opportunities. Anthology Series (50). Singapore: SEAMEO Regional Language Centre. pp. 233-242 ISBN 9789971740993

Holliday, A. (2008) Avoiding prejudice in dealing with cultural difference: a critical cosmopolitan approach. In: Annual Regional English Language Center (RELC) International Seminar, Language Teaching in a Multilingual World: Challenges and Opportunities, 21-23 April 2008, Singapore.

Holliday, A. (2005) Disciplines for understanding: avoiding cultural chauvinism. In: SATEFL meeting, 19 February 2005, Stirling, Scotland.

Holliday, A. (2002) Distinguishing the voices of researchers and the people they research in writing qualitative research. In: Spelman Miller, K. and Thompson, P., eds. Unity and Diversity in Language Use. London: BAAL and Continuum. pp. 125-137 ISBN 9780826478740

Holliday, A. (2007) Diversity in language, culture and speakerhood in the context of globalization. In: The Korea Association of Teachers of English 2007 International Conference: Embracing Diversities and Pursuing Professional Integrity in TEFL, 6-7 Jul 2007, Anyang, South Korea.

Holliday, A. (2009) English as a lingua franca: “non-native speakers” and cosmopolitan realities. In: Sharifian, F., ed. English as an International Language: Perspectives and Pedagogical Issues. Bristol: Multilingual Matters. pp. 21-33 ISBN 9781847691224

Holliday, A. (2011) English in a multilingual and cross-cultural context: exploring opportunities and meeting the challenges. In: Nepal English Language Teachers' Association 16th International Conference, Feb 2011, Kathmandu, Nepal.

Holliday, A. (2003) Exploring the origins of culturism in TESOL. In: International House Educators’ Conference, 2003, London.

Holliday, A. (2004) Exploring the origins of culturism in TESOL [2]. In: International House Educators’ Conference: Current Trends, Future Trends, Feb 2004, London.

Holliday, A. (2009) Interrogating the concept of stereotypes in intercultural communication. In: Hunston, S. and Oakley, D., eds. Introducing Applied Linguistics: Concepts and Skills. Abingdon: Routledge. pp. 134-141 ISBN 9780415447676

Holliday, A. (2004) Issues of validity in progressive paradigms of qualitative research. TESOL Quarterly, 38 (4). pp. 731-734.

Holliday, A. (2006) Native-speakerism. ELT Journal, 60 (4). pp. 385-387. ISSN 0951-0893.

Holliday, A. (2015) Native-speakerism: taking the concept forward and achieving cultural belief. In: Swan, A., Aboshiha, P. and Holliday, A., eds. (En)countering Native-Speakerism: Global Perspectives. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9781137463494

Holliday, A. (2004) 'Non-natives' and 'natives'. In: IATEFL Annual Conference, Apr 2004, Liverpool.

Holliday, A. (2004) Recognising what our students bring with them. In: Fourth Annual National ELT Conference: Stretching Pedagogical Boundaries, 24-25 March 2004, Muscat, Oman.

Holliday, A. (1999) Small cultures. Applied Linguistics, 20 (2). pp. 237-264. ISSN 0142-6001.

Holliday, A. (2003) Social autonomy: addressing the dangers of culturism in TESOL. In: Palfreyman, D. and Smith, Richard, eds. Learner Autonomy Across Cultures. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 110-126 ISBN 9781403903549

Holliday, A. (2010) Submission, emergence and personal knowledge: new takes, and principles for validity in decentred qualitative research. In: Shamim, F. and Qureshi, R., eds. Perils, Pitfalls and Reflexivity in Qualitative Research in Education. Karachi: Oxford University Press Pakistan. ISBN 9780195479485

Holliday, A. (2006) Submission, emergence and personal knowledge: principles for validity in qualitative research. In: Multidisciplinary International Conference on Qualitative Research in Developing Countries, 2006, Karachi, Pakistan.

Holliday, A. (2001) Teachers, texts and social worlds. In: Conference on the English Language Classroom in the 3rd Millennium, Feb 2001, Damascus, Syria.

Holliday, A. (2002) Teachers’ and students’ lessons. In: Zamel, V. and Spack, R., eds. Enriching ESOL Pedagogy: Readings and Activities for Engagement, Reflection, and Inquiry. New York: Lawrence Erlbaum. pp. 17-34 ISBN 9780805839395

Holliday, A. (2010) Universalities in cultural travel. In: 10th Annual Conference of the International Association of Languages and Intercultural Communication (IALIC), 'Travelling Languages: Culture, Communication and Translation in a Mobile World', 3-5 Dec 2010, Leeds.

Holliday, A. (2005) What happens between people: who we are and what we do. In: Gieve, S. and Miller, I., eds. Understanding the Language Classroom. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 47-63 ISBN 9781403996626

Holliday, A. (2009) The cosmopolitan nature of culture and implications for creative autonomy in English language education. In: National Association for Foreign Language Education 15th Annual Conference, 25-27 Oct 2009, Beijing, China.

Holliday, A. (2007) A critical cosmopolitan approach to developing cultural awareness in an unequal world. In: SIETAR UK Autumn Conference 2007, 3 Nov 2007, London.

Holliday, A. (2009) A critical cosmopolitan picture of cultural reality and autonomy. In: International Symposium on Culture, Discourse and Language Teaching, 17-19 April 2009, Jinhua, China.

Holliday, A. (2004) A dangerous culturist discourse. In: IATEFL Teacher Trainers and Educators Special Interest Group Conference, Teacher Education: Cultures and Contexts, 18-20 June 2004, Cologne, Germany.

Holliday, A. (2007) The dangers of matrix thinking in international curriculum project design. In: Coleman, H., ed. Language and Development: Africa and Beyond, Proceedings of the 7th International Language and Development Conference. Addis Ababa: The British Council. pp. 130-137 ISBN 9789994481309

Holliday, A. (2004) The dangers of native-speakerism and cultural chauvinism in TESOL. In: Asia TEFL Conference: The Power of TEFL: Prospects and Challenges in Asia, Nov 2004, Seoul, South Korea.

Holliday, A. (2009) The ownership of English and the politics of international student culture. In: National Conference of University Professors: Languages and Internationalisation: Globalisation and the 21st Century University, 1 July 2009, London.

Holliday, A. (2002) The struggle against “us” and “them” conceptualizations in TESOL as the ownership of English changes. In: 8th Annual TESOL Arabia International Conference: Critical Reflection and Practice, Mar 2002, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates.

Holliday, A., Kullman, J. and Hyde, M. (2010) Intercultural communication: an advanced resource book for students. 2nd ed. Routledge Applied Linguistics. London: Routledge. ISBN 9780415489423.

Holliday, A., Kullman, J. and Hyde, M. (2004) Intercultural communication: an advanced resource book for students. Routledge Applied Linguistics. London: Routledge. ISBN 041527060X.

Hyde, M. (2001) Becoming present: the new tense in English for intercultural communication. In: Zaki, A. and Najbi, M., eds. The Teaching and Assessment of English for Global Purposes, MATE 21st Annual Conference Proceedings. Moroccan Association of English Language Teachers. pp. 31-40


Kent, A. J. (2011) Review of "Atlas of the World's Languages" (2nd Ed.). The Cartographic Journal, 48 (1). p. 73.

Kent, A. J. and Vujakovic, P. (2011) Cartographic language: towards a new paradigm for understanding stylistic diversity in topographic maps. The Cartographic Journal, 48 (1). pp. 21-40. ISSN 0008-7041.


Ma, J. (2008) "Burning eyebrows" – mediating culture and language through the use of dual-language storybooks. In: 18th EECERA Annual Conference: Reconsidering the Basics in Early Childhood Education, 3-6 September 2008, Stavanger, Norway.

Ma, J. (2014) Deduction through abduction: a Peirce-Vygotskian approach to multimodal discourse analysis. In: Research Workshop in Language and Literacy, 9 December 2014, King's College London.

Ma, J. (2011) Discourse in context, context for discourse: a Foucauldian-Vygotskian approach to semiotic mediation. In: International Society of Cultural and Activity Research (ISCAR) Congress, 5-10 September, 2011, Rome.

Ma, J. (2002) Figurative speech in dyadic discourse in the case of Chinese parents and children reading together. In: British Educational Research Association Annual Conference, 12-14 September, 2002, University of Exeter, UK.

Ma, J. (2010) A Foucauldian-Vygotskian approach to understanding semiotic mediation. In: International Congress of Psychology Estoril Vygotsky Conference, 24-26 June, 2010, Estoril, Portugal.

Ma, J. "Good packaging can be misleading": Mother-child collaborative discourse in building intersubjectivity through shared reading of dual-language picture books. British Journal of Educational Psychology. ISSN 0007-0998. (In Press)

Ma, J. (2001) Home language as a mediator: a pilot-study report of Chinese parental involvement in the reading of illustrated dual-language books. In: British Association of Applied Linguistics (BAAL) Annual Conference, 6-8 September, 2001, Reading, UK.

Ma, J. (2015) A Peirce-Vygotskyian approach to the modality of second language education. In: British Educational Studies Annual Conference, 25th-26th June, 2015, Cardiff Metropolitan University.

Ma, J. (2004) Reading the word and the world: a child in the interplay of her contexts in the reading of dual-language storybooks with her mother. Ph.D. thesis, University of Bristol.


Noel, M.F. and Roblin, I. (2001) Case study: a joint module for first year students in two institutions in two adjoining countries. In: Kelly, M., Elliott, I. and Fant, L., eds. Third Level, Third Space: Intercultural Communication and Language in European Higher Education. Transversales: Langues, Sociétés, Cultures et Apprentissages (2). Peter Lang. pp. 95-104 ISBN 9783906767703


Odeniyi, V. (2015) An exploration of students from the African diaspora negotiating academic literacies. Ph.D. thesis, Canterbury Christ Church University.


Robinson, S. (2009) EAT: What the teachers said. In: EAT: Eating Abroad Together, Linking Languages and Health Conference, Oct 2009, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK.


Swan, A., Aboshiha, P. and Holliday, A., eds. (2015) (En)countering native-speakerism: global perspectives. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 97811374633494.


Wheway, L. (2014) Adult migrants' writing in English: negotiating social processes for identity construction in England. Ph.D. thesis, Canterbury Christ Church University.

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