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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.


DaCosta, C. (2017) Critical exploration of the language around “the student experience” of higher education in the UK. Ph.D. thesis, 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. (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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