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Clery, E.J., Franklin, Caroline and Garside, Peter (eds.) (2002) Authorship, commerce and the public: scenes of writing, 1750-1850, Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, 256pp.

Kushner, Tony and Valman, Nadia (eds.) (2004) Philosemitism, antisemitism and ‘the Jews’: perspectives from the Middle Ages to the Twentieth Century, Aldershot, UK, Ashgate, 284pp. (Studies in European Cultural Transition).

Williams, Linda Ruth and Hammond, Michael (eds.) (2006) Contemporary American Cinema, London, UK; U.S.A. and Canada, Open University Press; McGraw-Hill, 584pp.

Marsh, Nicky and Middleton, Peter (eds.) (2010) Teaching modernist poetry, Basingstoke, GB, Palgrave Macmillan, 216pp. (Teaching the New English).

Dow, Gillian and Hanson, Clare (eds.) (2012) Uses of Austen: Jane's Afterlives, Basingstoke, GB, Palgrave Macmillan

Hunt, Verity, Garrison, Laurie and Erle, Sibylle (eds.) (2012) Panoramas 1787-1900: texts and contexts, London, GB, Pickering & Chatto

Bending, Stephen (ed.) (2013) A cultural history of gardens. Vol. 4: A cultural history of gardens in the Age of Enlightenment, London, GB, Bloomsbury, 299pp. (The Cultural Histories Series).

Alghamdi, Fatimah M.A. (2010) Computer assisted tracking of university student writing in English as a foreign language. University of Southampton, School of Humanities, Doctoral Thesis , 270pp.

Alqahtani, Majed (2011) An investigation into the language needs of Saudi students studying in British postgraduate programmes and the cultural differences impacting on them. University of Southampton, School of Humanities, Doctoral Thesis , 294pp.

Appignanesi, Josh and Baum, Devorah (2006) Ex-Memoria: filming the face. Third Text, 20, (1), 85-97. (doi:10.1080/09528820500472530).

Archibald, A. (2004) Patterns of revision in first language and second language writing. At BALEAP Conference 2003: Developing Academic Literacy, Southampton, UK, 10 - 12 Apr 2003. Southampton, UK, British Association of Lecturers in English for Academic Purposes.

Baker, Will (2003) Should culture be an overt component of EFL instruction outside of English speaking countries? The Thai context. Asian EFL Journal, 5, (4)

Baker, Will (2008) A critical examination of ELT in Thailand: the role of cultural awareness. RELC Journal, 39, (1), 131-146. (doi:10.1177/0033688208091144).

Baker, Will (2008) Book review. Contrastive rhetoric: reaching to intercultural rhetoric, edited by Ulla Connor, Ed Nagelhout,and William Rozycki. International Journal of Applied Linguistics, 18, (3), 299-302. (doi:10.1111/j.1473-4192.2008.00203.x).

Baker, Will (2009) Putting the culture into intercultural communication: intercultural awareness. In, Edwards, Martin (ed.) Proceedings of the BAAL Annual Conference 2008 (CD-ROM). BAAL Annual Conference 2008 London, UK, Scitsiugnil Press.

Baker, Will (2009) The cultures of English as a lingua franca. TESOL Quarterly, 43, (4), 567-592. (doi:10.1002/j.1545-7249.2009.tb00187.x).

Baker, Will (2010) Culture and English as a lingua franca communication: the role of intercultural awareness. American Association for Applied Linguistics, Atlanta, US, 06 - 09 Mar 2010.

Baker, Will (2010) Intercultural awareness: an approach to teaching language and culture in ELF. In, The Third International Conference of English as a Lingua Franca (ELF3), Austria, Republic of, AT, 22 - 25 May 2010.

Baker, William (2009) Intercultural awareness and intercultural communication through English: an investigation of Thai English language users in higher education. University of Southampton, School of Humanities, Doctoral Thesis , 380pp.

Baker, William and Boonkit, Kamonpan (2004) Learning strategies in reading and writing: EAP contexts. RELC Journal, 35, (3), 299-328. (doi:10.1177/0033688205052143).

Batchelor, J. (2005) Bibliography of Phebe Gibbes. In, Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature. Cambridge, UK, Cambridge University Press.

Baum, Devorah (2007) How to survive Jacques Derrida. Jewish Quarterly, 196, 19-22.

Baum, Devorah (2009) Trauma: an essay on Jewish guilt. English Studies in Africa, 52, (1), 15-27. (doi:10.1080/00138390903172435).

Bending, Stephen (2002) Uneasy sensations: Shenstone, retirement and fame. New Arcadian Journal: Arcadian Greens Rural, 53/54, 20-41.

Bending, Stephen (2013) Green Retreats. Women, gardens and eighteenth-century culture, Cambridge, GB, Cambridge University Press, 319pp.

Bergvall, Caroline (2001) Writing at the Crossroads of Languages. In, Marks, Steven and Wallace, Mark (eds.) Telling it Slant: Avant Garde Poetics of the 1990s. Tuscaloosa, USA, University of Alabama Press, 207-224. (Modern and Contemporary Poetics).

Bergvall, Caroline (2003) In the place of writing. In, Huk, Romana (ed.) Assembling Alternatives: Reading Postmodern Poetries Transnationally. Hanover, Germany; Middletown, Conneticut, USA, Wesleyan University Press; University Press of New England, 327-337.

Bergvall, Caroline (2005) Fig (Goan Atom, 2), Cambridge, UK, Salt Publishing, 148pp. (Salt Modern Poets).

Bernasek, Lisa, Thompson, Jason (ed.) (2004) Unveiling the Orient, unmasking Orientalism: Sophia Poole's Englishwoman in Egypt. Cairo Papers in Social Science, 23, (3), 50-79.

Bhatti, Ghazala (2004) From learning by rote to teaching for meaning. In, Mansoor, Sabiha, Meraj, Shaheen and Tahir, Aliya (eds.) Language Policy, Planning and Practice: a South Asian Perspective. Karachi, Pakistan, Oxford University Press, 123-137.

Bourne, Jill (2007) Focus on literacy: ELT and educational attainment in England. In, Cummins, Jim and Davison, Chris (eds.) The International Handbook of English Language Teaching. Norwell, USA, Springer-Verlag, 199-210. (Springer International Handbooks of Education, 15).

Brown, Daniel (2012) William Rowan Hamilton and the uses of poetry for science. Studies in Romanticism, 51, (4), 475-501.

Brown, Daniel (2013) The poetry of Victorian scientists: style, science and nonsense, Cambridge, GB, Cambridge University Press, 315pp. (Cambridge Studies in Nineteenth-Century Literature and Culture, 83).

Brumfit, Christopher (2004) Language and higher education: two current challenges. Arts and Humanities in Higher Education, 3, (2), 163-173. (doi:10.1177/1474022204042685).

Bygrave, Stephen (2002) Changing in Public: review of Harriet Guest, Small Change: Women, Learning, Patriotism, 1750-1810; Tony Henderson, Disorderly Women in Eighteenth-century London: Prostitution and Control in the Metropolis, 1730-1830; Bradford K. Mudge, The Whore's Story: Women, Pornography and the British Novel, 1684-1830. Women: A Cultural Review, 13, (2), 230-233.

Bygrave, Stephen (2005) Enlightenment for beginners. CW3: The Journal of Corvey Women Writers on the Web, 3

Campbell, J (2004) ‘There is no more …’: cultural memory in endgame. In, Ben-Zvi, Linda (ed.) Drawing on Beckett: Portraits, Performances, and Cultural Contexts. Tel Aviv, Yolanda and David Katz Faculty of the Arts, Tel Aviv University, 127-140.

Campbell, Julie (2001) "Echo’s Bones" and Beckett’s disembodied voices. [in special issue: Samuel Becket: Endlessness in the year 2000/Fin san fin en l'an 2000] Samuel Beckett Today/Aujourd'hui, 11, 454-460.

Campbell, Julie, Buning, Marius, Engelberts, Matthijs and Houppermans, Sjef (eds.) (2002) Moran as secret agent. Samuel Beckett Today/Aujourd'hui, 12, 81-92.

Campbell, Julie, Buning, Marius, Engelberts, Matthijs, Houppermans, Sjef, Van Hulle, Dirk and de Ruyter, Danièle (eds.) (2006) Happy days and Jung’s third Tavistock lecture: the entrapment of the female body in Beckett’s plays in relation to Jung’s third Tavistock lecture. , (15), 161-172.

Campbell, Julie (2008) Playing with death in Malone Dies. [in special issue: Borderless Beckett Beckett Sans Frontières Tokyo 2006] Samuel Beckett Today/Aujourd'hui, 19, 431-439.

Campbell, Julie (2008) Samuel Beckett and Paul Auster: fathers and sons and the creativity of misreading. In, Ben Zvi, Linda and Moorjani, Angela (eds.) Beckett at 100: Revolving it All. Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press, 299-310.

Campbell, Julie, Feldman, Matthew and Tonning, Eric (eds.) (2010) 'Beckett and Bunyan: The Legacy of Pilgrim's Progress in Mercier and Camier'. Samuel Beckett Today/Aujourd'hui , 22, 209-221.

Campbell, Julie (2010) Beckett and Sheep. In, The Beckett Bestiary. , . (In Press).

Campbell , Julie , Siess, Jurgen and Matthijs , Engleberts (eds.) (2013) Beckett and the Third Programme. Samuel Beckett Today/AujourdТhui, 25 (In Press).

Canning, John (2005) Placing Quebec nationalisms: constructing English identities in Quebec's Eastern Townships. British Journal of Canadian Studies, 18, (1), 120-136. (doi:10.3828/bjcs.18.1.6).

Clarke, Catherine A.M. (2011) Mapping the medieval city: space, place and identity in Chester c.1200-1600. Cardiff, GB, University of Wales Press, 224pp. (Religion and Culture in the Middle Ages).

Clarke, Catherine A.M. (2011) Panegyric and Reflection: a poem by Abbo of Fleury to Ramsey Abbey. In, Sauer, Hans and Story, Joanna (eds.) Anglo-Saxon England and the Continent. Temple, United States, Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 293-302. (Essays in Anglo-Saxon Studies, 3).

Clarke, Catherine A.M. (2011) Remembering Anglo-Saxon Mercia in late-medieval Chester. In, Clarke, Catherine A.M. (ed.) Mapping the Medieval City: Space, Place and Identity in Chester c.1200-1600. Cardiff, GB, University of Wales Press, 201-218. (Religion and Culture in the Middle Ages).

Clarke, Catherine A.M. (2012) ‘The Sources of Guthlac A (Cameron A.3.2.1)’, Fontes Anglo-Saxonici: World Wide Web Register. [dataset]

Clarke, Catherine A.M., Fulton, Helen, Lilley, Keith and Faulkner, Mark (2012) Mapping Medieval Chester: place and identity in an English borderland city c.1200-1500. [dataset]

Clery, E.J. (2004) The feminization debate in eighteenth-century England: literature, commerce and luxury, Basingstoke: New York, Palgrave Macmillan, 248pp. (Palgrave Studies in The Enlightenment, Romanticism and the Cultres of Print).

Clery, E.J. (2009) ‘Austen and masculinity’. In, Johnson, Claudia L. and Tuite, Clara (eds.) A Companion to Jane Austen. Malden, MA, U.S.A, Oxford, U.K., Chichester, U.K., Wiley-Blackwell, 332-342. (Blackwell Companions to Literature and Culture, 57).

Clery, E.J. (2010) Luxury. In, Ballaster, Ros (ed.) The History of British Women’s Writing, 1690-1750. Basingstoke, GB, Palgrave Macmillan, 80-109. (The History of British Women's Writing, 4).

Clery, E.J. (2011) Gender. In, Copeland, Edward and McMaster, Juliet (eds.) Cambridge Companion to Jane Austen. 2nd edition. Cambridge, GB, Cambridge University Press.

Clery, Emma (2001) Horace Walpole’s ‘The Mysterious Mother' and the impossibility of female desire. In, Botting, Fred (ed.) The Gothic. Woodbridge, Boydell & Brewer Publishing, 23-46.

Clery, Emma (2002) The genesis of “Gothic” fiction. In, Hogle, Jerrold E. (ed.) The Cambridge Companion to Gothic Fiction. Cambridge: New York, Cambridge University Press, 21-39.

Cobb, Shelley (2010) Jane Campion. In, Fifty Contemporary Film Directors: 2nd Edition. London, GB, Routledge.

Cobb, Shelley (2011) 'I’m nothing like you!' Feminist generations, female stardom and postfeminist lessons in recent chick flicks. In, Women on Screen: Feminism and Femininity in Visual Culture. , Palgrave Macmillan, 31-44.

Cobb, Shelley (2011) Adaptation, Fidelity, and Gendered Discourses. Adaptation, 4, (1)

Cogo, Alessia (2008) English as a Lingua Franca: form follows function. English Today, 24, (3), 58-61. (doi:10.1017/S0266078408000308).

Cogo, Alessia (2010) Strategic use and perceptions of English as a Lingua Franca. Poznań Studies in Contemporary Linguistics, 46, (3), 295-312. (doi:10.2478/v10010-010-0013-7).

Cogo, Alessia (2012) ‘French is French, English is English’: standard language ideology in ELF debates. In, Linguistic Diversity in a Knowledge-Based Society. Berlin, DE, Mouton de Gruyter.

Cogo, Alessia (2012) English as a Lingua Franca: concepts, use, and implications. [in special issue: Poststructuralism and its Challenges for Applied Linguistics] ELT Journal, 66, (1), 97-105. (doi:10.1093/elt/ccr069).

Cogo, Alessia (2009) Accommodating difference in ELF Conversations: A study of pragmatic strategies. In, English as a Lingua Franca: Studies and Findings. Newcastle upon Tyne, GB, Cambridge Scholars Press, 254-273.

Cogo , Alessia and Dewey, Martin (2012) Analysing English as a Lingua Franca: Corpus-driven investigation, London, GB, Continuum, 256pp.

Corradini, Erika (2006) Preaching in Old English: tradition and new directions. Literature Compass, 3, (6), 1266-1277. (doi:10.1111/j.1741-4113.2006.00381.x).

Curtis, S.A. (2006) The effect of English language skills on academic performance of medical students on widening access course. In, ASME Annual Conference, Aberdeen, GB,

Dalton-Puffer, Christiane, Huettner, Julia , Schindelegger, Veronika and Smit, Ute (2009) Technology-geeks speak out: what students think about vocational CLIL. International CLIL Research Journal , 1, (2), 17-26.

DeFeo, Christian Joseph (2009) Mister Khan. University of Southampton, School of Humanities, Doctoral Thesis , 342pp.

Domaille, Kate and Edwards, John (2006) Partnerships for learning: extending knowledge and understanding of creative writing processes in the ITT year. English in Education, Volume 40, (2), 71-84.

Dow, Gillian, Nye, Edward (ed.) (2003) Anti-allegorical writing in Mme de Genlis's Conte Alphonse et Dalinde. Studies on Voltaire and the Eighteenth Century, 2003, (7), 485-490.

Dow, Gillian (2003) The good sense of British readers has encouraged the translation of the whole: traductions anglaises des œuvres de Mme de Genlis dans les années 1780. In, Cointre, Annie and Rivara, Annie (eds.) La Traduction des Genres Non Romanesques au XVIIIe Siècle. La Traduction des Genres Non-Romanesques au XVIIIième Siècle Metz, Centre d'études de la traduction, 285-297.

Dow, Gillian (2007) ‘Genuine anecdotes’: Mary Charlton and revolutionary celebrity. In, Doig, Kathleen Hardesty and Medlin, Dorothy (eds.) British-French Exchanges in the Eighteenth Century. Newcastle, UK, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 149-165.

Dow, Gillian (2009) Jane Austen's reading and the 18th-century woman writer. Sensibilities, (39), 69-88.

Dow, Gillian (2012) Uses of translation: the global Jane Austen. In, Uses of Austen: Jane's Afterlives. Basingstoke, GB, Palgrave Macmillan, 154-174.

Dow, Gillian (2012) A model for the British fair? French women's life-writing in Britain, 1680-1830. In, Women's Life Writing 1700-1850: Gender, Genre and Authorship. Basingstoke, GB, Palgrave Macmillan, 86-102.

Dow, Gillian E., Ford, Susan Allen and Brodey, Inger Sigrun (eds.) (2008) Lady Bathurst’s patriotic ballroom, or “Reading Austen at a Distance”: the French revolutionary wars in recent adaptations. Persuasions On-line, 28, (2)

Fell, Alison (2012) The element -inth in Greek, Dingwall, GB, Sandstone, 488pp.

Gallagher-Brett, Angela (2010) ‘Cool’ but ‘nerve-wracking’? An exploration of language learners’ motivational perspectives on speaking in an English secondary school. 2 volumes. University of Southampton, Faculty of Humanities, Doctoral Thesis , 290pp.

Galloway, Nicola (2011) An investigation of Japanese university students' attitudes towards English. University of Southampton, Faculty of Humanities, Doctoral Thesis , 470pp.

Gill, Clare (2011) Reading the 'Religion of Socialism': Olive Schreiner, the Labour Church and the construction of left-wing reading communities in the 1890s. In, Halsey, Katie and Owens, W.R. (eds.) The History of Reading, Volume 2: Evidence from the British Isles, c. 1750-1950. Basingstoke, GB, Palgrave Macmillan, 48-63.

Gill, Clare (2015) Olive Schreiner and the politics of print culture, Edinburgh University Press (In Press).

Glover, D. (2001) 'The spectrality effect’ in early Modernism. In, Smith, Andrew and Wallace, Jeff (eds.) Gothic Modernisms. Basingstoke, Palgrave, 29-43.

Glover, D. (2003) The thriller. In, Priestman, Martin (ed.) The Cambridge Companion to Crime Fiction. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 135-153.

Glover, D. (2004) ‘Speed, violence, women, America’: popular fictions. In, Marcus, Laura and Nicholls, Peter (eds.) The Cambridge History of Twentieth-Century English Literature. Cambridge, UK, Cambridge University Press, 304-317.

Glover, D. (2005) Sex and the City: Gissing, Helmholtz, Freud. In, Ryle, Martin and Taylor, Jenny Bourne (eds.) George Gissing: Voices of the Unclassed. Aldershot: Burlington: VT, Ashgate, 77-91.

Glover, David, Cheyette, Bryan and Valman, Nadia (eds.) (2003) Liberalism, Anglo-Jewry and the diasporic imagination: Herbert Samuel via Israel Zangwill, 1890-1914. Jewish Culture and History, 6, (1), 186-216.

Glover, David (2009) Unorthodox chronologies, secret histories: the novel and the critique of historicism. Novel, 42, (3), 417-422. (doi:10.1215/00295132-2009-036).

Greenfield, Denise (2013) Violent southern spaces: myth, memory, and the body in literatures of South Africa and the American South. University of Southampton, Faculty of Humanities, Doctoral Thesis , 258pp.

Grenfell, M.J. and Harris, V. (2006) Strategy use of bilingual learners: a research agenda. In, Conference of the British Educational Research Association, Warwick, UK, 06 - 09 Sep 2006. Southampton, UK, University of Southampton, School of Education15pp.

Hamidullah, Zaib-un-nissa (2008) The distant music of a flute. In, The Young Wife and Other Stories. Oxford, GB, Oxford University Press.

Hammond, E.M. (2011) The multimedia afterlives of Victorian novels: The Readers Library photoplay editions in the 1920s. Nineteenth Century Theatre and Film, 37, (2), 28-44.

Hammond, M. (2002) Some smothering dreams: the combat film in contemporary Hollywood. In, Neale, Steve (ed.) Genre and Contemporary Hollywood. London, UK, British Film Institute, 62-76.

Hammond, Michael (2004) Saving Private Ryan's 'special affect'. In, Tasker, Yvonne (ed.) The Action and Adventure Cinema. London, Routledge, 153-166.

Hammond, Michael (2010) “So essentially human”: The appeal of Charles Chaplin’s shoulder arms in Britain, 1918. Journal for Early Popular Visual Culture (In Press).

Hanson, Clare (2011) The woman writer as exile: gender and possession in the African stories of Doris Lessing. In, Krstovic, Jelena (ed.) Short Story Criticism, 145. Toronto, CA, Thomson Gale.

Hanson, Clare (2012) Eugenics, literature and culture in post-war Britain, Abingdon, GB, Routledge, 190pp. (Routledge Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Literature).

Hoare, Philip (2009) Leviathan or the whale, London, GB, Fourth Estate, 352pp.

Hoare, Philip (2013) The sea inside, London, GB, Fourth Estate, 384pp.

Hoare, Philip (2013) Homo aquaticus: the half-known life. In, Farquarson, Alex and Clark, Martin (eds.) Aquatopia: The Imaginary of the Ocean Deep. London, GB, Tate Enterprises, 13-21.

Hsu, Wei-Tsung (2008) EFL students' English language knowledge, strategy use and multiple-choice reading test performance: a structural equation modeling approach. University of Southampton, School of Education, Doctoral Thesis , 359pp.

Huettner, Julia (2010) The potential of purpose-built corpora in the analysis of student academic writing in English. Journal of Writing Research, 2, (2), 197-218.

Huettner, Julia and Rieder-Bünemann, Angelika (2010) A cross-sectional analysis of oral narratives by children with CLIL and non-CLIL instruction. In, Dalton-Puffer, Christiane, Nikula, Tarja and Smit, Ute (eds.) Language Use in Content-and-Language Integrated Learning (CLIL). Amsterdam, NL, Philadelphia, US, John Benjamins, 61-80. (AILA Applied Linguistics Series 7).

Huettner, Julia (2008) The genre(s) of student writing: developing writing models. International Journal of Applied Linguistics , 18, (2), 146-165. (doi:10.1111/j.1473-4192.2008.00200.x).

Huettner, Julia , Mehlmauer-Larcher, Barbara and Dalton-Puffer, Christiane (2009) Bereit für professionelle Herausforderungen: universitäre Englischlehrerinnenbildung in Wien. Erziehung und Unterricht, 5, (6), 518-526.

Huettner, Julia and Smit, Ute (2012) Developing student teachers' pedagogical content knowledge in English for specific purposes: the Vienna ESP approach. In, Huettner, Julia , Mehlmauer-Larcher, Barbara, Reichl, Susanne and Schiftner, Barbara (eds.) Theory and Practice in EFl Teacher Education: Bridging the Gap. Bristol, GB, Multlingual Matters, 145-163. (New Perspectives on Language and Education).

Huettner, Julia , Smit, Ute and Mehlmauer-Larcher, Barbara (2009) ESP teacher education at the interface of theory and practice: introducing a model of mediated corpus-based genre analysis. System, 37, (1), 99-109. (doi:10.1016/j.system.2008.06.003 ).

Hunt, Alice (2009) The Tudor coronation ceremonies in history and criticism. Literature Compass, 6

Hunt, Alice (2009) Marian political allegory: John Heywood's Spider and the Fly. In, Pincombe, Mike and Shrank, Cathy (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Tudor Literature, 1485-1603, eds Mike Pincombe and Cathy Shrank. Oxford, GB, Oxford University Press. (Oxford Handbooks of Literature ).

Hunt, Verity (2008) Raising a modern ghost: the magic lantern and the persistence of wonder in the Victorian education of the senses. Romanticism and Victorianism on the Net, (52) (doi:10.7202/019806ar).

Hunt, Verity (2012) Narrativizing 'The World’s Show': The Great Exhibition, panoramic views and print supplements. In, Kember, Joe, Plunkett, John and Sullivan, Jill A. (eds.) Popular Exhibitions, Science and Showmanship, 1840-1910. London, GB, Pickering & Chatto, 115-132.

Hunt, Verity (2012) Bernard Spencer in his letters. In, Robinson, Peter (ed.) Bernard Spencer: Essays on his Poetry & Life. Bristol, GB, Shearsman Books, 70-80.

Hussein, Aamer (2009) Another Gulmohar Tree, London, UK, Telegram, 104pp.

Hussein, Aamer (2010) Il nuvolo messaggero, Caravan Edizioni, Rome, 190pp.

Huynh, Tuan Anh (2011) A cognitive meta-linguistic approach to teaching English information structure for the development of communicative language ability among learners of English as a second language. University of Southampton, School of Humanities, Doctoral Thesis , 365pp.

Hyder, Qurratulain (2008) Introduction. In, Street Singers of Lucknow and Other Stories. New Delhi, IN, Women Unlimited, 7-16.

Jamshidifard, Saman (2011) English language policy and planning in Iran. University of Southampton, School of Humanities, Doctoral Thesis , 342pp.

Jarunthawatchai, Wisut (2010) A process-genre approach to teaching second language writing: theoretical perspective and implementation in a Thai university setting. University of Southampton, School of Humanities, Doctoral Thesis , 390pp.

Jenkins, Jennifer (2000) The phonology of English as an international language: new models, new norms, new goals , Oxford, GB, Oxford University Press, 266pp. (Oxford Applied Linguistics).

Jenkins, Jennifer (2002) A sociolinguistically based, empirically researched pronunciation syllabus for English as an international language. Applied Linguistics, 23, (1), 83-103. (doi:10.1093/applin/23.1.83).

Jenkins, Jennifer (2005) Teaching pronunciation for English as a Lingua Franca: a sociopolitical perspective. In, Gnutzmann, Claus and Intemann, Frauke (eds.) The Globalisation of English and the English Language Classroom. Göttingen, Germany; Tübingen, Germany, Gunter Narr, 145-158.

Jenkins, Jennifer (2006) Points of view and blind spots: ELF and SLA. International Journal of Applied Linguistics, 16, (2), 137-162. (doi:10.1111/j.1473-4192.2006.00111.x).

Jenkins, Jennifer (2006) The spread of EIL: a testing time for testers. ELT Journal, 60, (1), 42-50. (doi:10.1093/elt/cci080).

Jenkins, Jennifer (2006) Current perspectives on teaching World Englishes and English as a Lingua Franca. TESOL Quarterly, 40, (1), 157-181.

Jenkins, Jennifer (2007) English as a Lingua Franca: attitude and identity, Oxford, GB, Oxford University Press, 296pp.

Jenkins, Jennifer (2009) World Englishes: a resource book for students, 2nd edition, London, UK, Routledge, 256pp. (Routledge English Language Introductions).

Jenkins, Jennifer, Cogo, Alessia and Dewey, Martin (2011) Review of developments in research into English as a Lingua Franca. Language Teaching, 44, (3), 281-315. (doi:10.1017/S0261444811000115).

Jenkins, Jennifer and Constant, Leung (2014) English as a Lingua Franca. In, Kunnan, Anthony John (ed.) The Companion to Language Assessment. Chichester, Wiley Blackwell. (doi:10.1002/9781118411360.wbcla047).

Jones, Stephanie (1998) Within and without history: The Book of Secrets by M. G. Vassanji. In, Ganguly, Debjani and Nandan, Kavita (eds.) Unfinished Journeys: India File from Canberra. Adelaide, AU, Centre for Research in the New Literatures in English, Flinders University, 71-91.

Jones, Stephanie (2000) The politics and poetics of diaspora in V.S. Naipaul's A Way in the World. Journal of Commonwealth Literature, 35, (1), 87-97. (doi:10.1177/002198940003500107).

Jones, Stephanie (2009) The first south asian east african novel: Bahadur Tejani's Day After Tomorrow. Contemporary South Asia, 17, (1), 33-46. (doi:10.1080/09584930802624653 ).

Jones, Stephanie (2012) Literature, geography, law: the life and adventures of Captain John Avery (circa 1709). Cultural Geographies, 19, (1), 71-86. (doi:10.1177/1474474011427362).

Jordan, James (2011) The BBC's Written Archives, Rudolph Cartier and Left Staff File L1/2177. Journal of British Cinema and Television, 8, 234-251. (doi:10.3366/jbctv.2011.0030).

Jowitt, Claire (2010) Elizabeth amongst the pirates: gender and piracy in Thomas Heywood’s Fair Maid of the West, part 1. In, Beem, Charles (ed.) The Foreign Relations of Elizabeth I. Basingstoke, GB, Palgrave Macmillan, 125-144.

Jowitt, Claire (2010) The culture of piracy, 1580-1630: English literature and seaborne crime, Farnham, GB, Ashgate, 242pp.

Jowitt, Claire (2010) The uses of 'piracy': discourses of mercantilism and empire in Hakluyt’s The Famous Voyage of Sir Francis Drake. In, Houston, Chloë (ed.) New Worlds Reflected: Travel and Utopia in the Early Modern Period. Farnham, GB, Ashgate, 115-136.

Jowitt, Claire (2013) The Tudor Guide to Colonising the World. BBC History Magazine, (1), 52-57.

Jowitt, Claire and Carey, Daniel (2008) Introduction. [in special issue: Early Modern Travel Writing] Studies in Travel Writing, 12, (1)

Jowitt, Claire and Carey, Daniel (2009) Introduction. [in special issue: Early Modern Travel Writing: Varieties, Transitions, Horizons ] Studies in Travel Writing, 13, (2)

Kelly, Matthew (2010) The Kellys and the O'Kellys. The English Historical Review, CXXV, (517), 1481-1492. (doi:10.1093/ehr/ceq301 ).

Kelly, Michael (2003) Regards croisés sur les intellectuels français et britanniques. In, Leymarie, Michel and Sirinelli, Jean François (eds.) L'histoire des intellectuels aujourd'hui. Paris, France, Presses Universitaires de France, 463-471.

Kiely, R. and Davis , M. (2010) From transmission to transformation: teacher learning in ESOL. Language Teaching Research, 14, (3), 277-296. (doi:10.1177/1362168810365241).

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King, Ros (2001) The works of Richard Edwards: politics, poetry and performance in sixteenth-century England, Manchester University Press, 288pp.

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