Centre for Language and Linguistics


TypeSchool
FacultyFaculty of Arts, Humanities and Education
Head of Academic SchoolDr Kevin Balchin

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Exploring Othering with intersectional feminist aspirations: between lived experiences and stand-up comedy
Souleh, N. Exploring Othering with intersectional feminist aspirations: between lived experiences and stand-up comedy. PhD Thesis Canterbury Christ Church University Centre for Language and Linguistics

PhD Thesis

Book Review: 'The Kobane Generation: Kurdish Diaspora Mobilising in France' by Mari Toivanen
Mahmud, C. 2022. Book Review: 'The Kobane Generation: Kurdish Diaspora Mobilising in France' by Mari Toivanen. Kurdish Studies. 10 (2), pp. 177-179.

Journal article

Collaborative writing communities for Learning Development research and practice
Johnson, Ian, Welton, Karen, Sum, Kiu, Rafferty, Victoria, Kantcheva, Ralitsa, Nodder, Jane, Chin, Paul, Canton, Ursula, Bishopp-Martin, Silvina and Bickle, Ed 2022. Collaborative writing communities for Learning Development research and practice. Journal of Learning Development in Higher Education. 2022 (25). https://doi.org/10.47408/jldhe.vi25.986

Journal article

Ideology and manipulation in travel documentaries: a cognitive-semiotic approach
Castaldi, J. 2022. Ideology and manipulation in travel documentaries: a cognitive-semiotic approach.

Lecture

Cognition and ideological effects in the interaction between viewers and BBC travel documentaries: combining multimodal critical discourse analysis and audience research
Castaldi, J. 2022. Cognition and ideological effects in the interaction between viewers and BBC travel documentaries: combining multimodal critical discourse analysis and audience research.

Lecture

Keeping the myth of the British Empire alive: combining a multi-semiotic analysis of two BBC travel documentaries with audience research
Castaldi, J. 2022. Keeping the myth of the British Empire alive: combining a multi-semiotic analysis of two BBC travel documentaries with audience research.

Conference paper

Political semiotics in non-political genres: investigating multimodal manipulation
Castaldi, J. 2022. Political semiotics in non-political genres: investigating multimodal manipulation.

Conference paper

Using instructional technologies to cater for individual learner differences
Balchin, K. and Bouzaki, F. 2022. Using instructional technologies to cater for individual learner differences. International Journal of TESOL Studies. 4 (3), pp. 111-124. https://doi.org/10.46451/ijts.2022.03.09

Journal article

Letting students speak, or be silent if they prefer
Balchin, K. and Djedid, S. 2022. Letting students speak, or be silent if they prefer. Faversham, UK IATEFL.

Book

Exploring teachers’ capacity to engage with remote English language teaching environments
Balchin, K. 2022. Exploring teachers’ capacity to engage with remote English language teaching environments.

Conference paper

Teachers’ knowledge and skills for online English language teaching: the interface between theory and practice
Balchin, K. 2022. Teachers’ knowledge and skills for online English language teaching: the interface between theory and practice .

Conference paper

Translanguaging identities. Multilinguals using linguistic repertoires to construct everyday roles
McDermott, A. 2022. Translanguaging identities. Multilinguals using linguistic repertoires to construct everyday roles. PhD Thesis Canterbury Christ Church University Centre for language and lingusitics

PhD Thesis

“Why ‘things’ matter? - Kurdish material culture & identity”
Mahmud, C. 2022. “Why ‘things’ matter? - Kurdish material culture & identity” .

Conference paper

Twitter posts on English language learning in Japan: Attitudes towards 'Neitibu'(‘native speakers’
Tsurii, C. 2022. Twitter posts on English language learning in Japan: Attitudes towards 'Neitibu'(‘native speakers’. Journal of Humanities Research. 16, pp. 1-38.

Journal article

Multimodal manipulation in travel documentaries: bypassing epistemic vigilance
Castaldi, J. 2021. Multimodal manipulation in travel documentaries: bypassing epistemic vigilance.

Conference paper

The British Empire in BBC travel documentaries: investigating multimodal manipulation
Castaldi, J. 2021. The British Empire in BBC travel documentaries: investigating multimodal manipulation.

Conference paper

Letting silent students speak or be silent if they prefer
Balchin, K. and Djedid, S. 2021. Letting silent students speak or be silent if they prefer .

Conference paper

Travelling to the West’: voices of Algerian PhD students’ transition to Britain
Sadoudi, Y. 2021. Travelling to the West’: voices of Algerian PhD students’ transition to Britain. PhD Thesis Canterbury Christ Church University Centre for Language and Linguisitcs

PhD Thesis

Resilience construction among international PhD students: Learning from Facebook posts, daily practices, and creative nonfiction
Oukraf, A. 2021. Resilience construction among international PhD students: Learning from Facebook posts, daily practices, and creative nonfiction. PhD Thesis Canterbury Christ Church University Centre for Language and Linguistics

PhD Thesis

Who I am? My life journey
Mahmud, C. 2021. Who I am? My life journey.

Other

Cognition and ideological effects in the interaction between viewers and BBC travel and cultural documentaries: combining multimodal critical discourse analysis and audience research
Castaldi, J. 2021. Cognition and ideological effects in the interaction between viewers and BBC travel and cultural documentaries: combining multimodal critical discourse analysis and audience research . PhD Thesis Canterbury Christ Church University Centre for Language and Linguistics

PhD Thesis

Translation and Interpretation in intercultural communication
Mahmud, C. 2021. Translation and Interpretation in intercultural communication.

Lecture

Home or away-(re)negotiating identity through living in the 'in-between': a qualitative investigation of the Kurdish diaspora in the United Kingdom
Mahmud, C. 2021. Home or away-(re)negotiating identity through living in the 'in-between': a qualitative investigation of the Kurdish diaspora in the United Kingdom.

Speech

Book review and critical dialogue about The Making of Monolingual Japan: Language Ideology and Japanese Modernity (Heinrich, 2012)
Head, E. and Tsurii, C. 2021. Book review and critical dialogue about The Making of Monolingual Japan: Language Ideology and Japanese Modernity (Heinrich, 2012). The Learner Development Journal. 5, pp. 125-135.

Journal article

A qualitative case study of UK university academics’ collaborative practices: a social-psychological perspective
Lounaouci, A. 2021. A qualitative case study of UK university academics’ collaborative practices: a social-psychological perspective. PhD Thesis Canterbury Christ Church University Centre for Languages and Lingustics

PhD Thesis

The Scholarship of learning development
Bishopp-Martin, S. 2021. The Scholarship of learning development.

Conference paper

Emerging from the third space chrysalis: Experiences in a non-hierarchical, collaborative research community of practice
Bickle, E., Bishopp-Martin, S., Canton, U., Chin, P., Johnson, I., Kantcheva, R., Nodder, J., Rafferty, V., Sum, K. and Welton, K. 2021. Emerging from the third space chrysalis: Experiences in a non-hierarchical, collaborative research community of practice. Journal of University Teaching & Learning Practice. 18 (7), pp. 135-158. https://doi.org/10.53761/1.18.7.09

Journal article

Learning to learn online: creating an open access learning development platform
Bishopp-Martin, S. and Calleja, J. 2021. Learning to learn online: creating an open access learning development platform. Journal of Learning Development in Higher Education. 22. https://doi.org/10.47408/jldhe.vi22.702

Journal article

No place like home: recreating and negotiating home and sense of belonging within the Kurdish diasporic community
Mahmud, C. 2021. No place like home: recreating and negotiating home and sense of belonging within the Kurdish diasporic community.

Conference paper

(Re)negotiating Identity through the use of material culture
Mahmud, C. 2021. (Re)negotiating Identity through the use of material culture.

Conference paper

Negotiating learner autonomy in a native-speakerized nation
Head, E. and Tsurii, C. 2021. Negotiating learner autonomy in a native-speakerized nation.

Conference paper

Narrative interviews
Mahmud, C. 2020. Narrative interviews.

Speech

A multimodal analysis of the representation of the Rohingya crisis in BBC’s Burma with Simon Reeve (2018): Integrating Audience Research in Multimodal Critical Discourse Studies
Castaldi, Jacopo 2020. A multimodal analysis of the representation of the Rohingya crisis in BBC’s Burma with Simon Reeve (2018): Integrating Audience Research in Multimodal Critical Discourse Studies. Multimodal Communication. 10 (1), pp. 55-72. https://doi.org/10.1515/mc-2020-0014

Journal article

“The West and Us”: An exploration of ideological positions and identities within an Algerian EFL setting
Hiouani, A. 2020. “The West and Us”: An exploration of ideological positions and identities within an Algerian EFL setting . PhD Thesis Canterbury Christ Chruch University Centre for Language and Lingusitics

PhD Thesis

هُوِيَّةُ (Huia)
Stone, S. and Souleh, N. 2020. هُوِيَّةُ (Huia).

Other

The representation of the British Empire in BBC’s Burma with Simon Reeve (2018): combining multimodal critical discourse analysis and audience research to investigate the interaction between media and the audience.
Castaldi, J. 2020. The representation of the British Empire in BBC’s Burma with Simon Reeve (2018): combining multimodal critical discourse analysis and audience research to investigate the interaction between media and the audience.

Conference paper

Exploring the role of context and collaboration in normalising technology use in English language teaching in secondary schools in Malaysia
Balchin, K. and Wild, C. 2020. Exploring the role of context and collaboration in normalising technology use in English language teaching in secondary schools in Malaysia. Computer Assisted Language Learning. 35 (7), pp. 1437-1457. https://doi.org/10.1080/09588221.2020.1803360

Journal article

The drama project: a whole-person approach
Almond, M. 2019. The drama project: a whole-person approach.

Conference keynote

A performative approach to teaching poetry for language development
Almond, M. 2019. A performative approach to teaching poetry for language development.

Conference keynote

Reading comprehension questions: the distribution of different types in global EFL textbooks
Freeman, D. 2014. Reading comprehension questions: the distribution of different types in global EFL textbooks. in: Harwood, N. (ed.) English Language Teaching Textbooks: Content, Consumption, Production Hampshire Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 72-110

Book chapter

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