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Glasgow Gregory Paul

グラスゴー グレゴリー P. | Glasgow Gregory Paul
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Associate Professor
Research field  (1): English linguistics
Research keywords  (7): Sociolinguistics ,  ESL/EFL Materials ,  ESL/EFL Curriculum Development ,  Language Policy and Planning (LPP) ,  Second Language Teacher Education ,  English as an International Language ,  TESOL
Papers (7):
  • Gregory Paul Glasgow, Daniel Leigh Paller. Agents of change or products of compromise? How Japanese senior high school EFL textbooks (mis)represent foreign language curriculum reform. In D. Tatsuki (Ed.). Language Policy, Innovations and Practices: A Tale of Two Countries. Kobe University of Foreign Studies Journal of Research Institute,. 2019. 59. 55-77
  • Gregory Paul Glasgow. Cognition and Language Education Policy Implementation in Japan: New Perspectives in Teachers' Interpretations of the Senior High School Course of Study. Language Teacher Cognition Research Bulletin 2016. 2016
  • Gregory Paul Glasgow. Teaching English in English, "In Principle": The National Foreign Language Curriculum for Japanese Senior High Schools. International Journal of Pedagogies and Learning. 2014. 9. 2. 152-161
  • Gregory Paul Glasgow. Conducting English Classes in English in Japan: The Roles of Japanese Teachers and Native English-speaking Teachers in the New National Curriculum in Upper Secondary Schools (University of Queensland, Australia). 2014
  • Gregory Paul Glasgow, Daniel Leigh Paller. "MEXT-approved Textbooks and the New Course of Study" In Nozomu Sonda & Alexa Krause (Eds.)., JALT2013 Proceedings. JALT2013 Conference Proceedings. 2014. 113-122
MISC (7):
  • Gregory Paul Glasgow. Critical perspectives on Global Englishes in Asia: language policy, curriculum, pedagogy and assessment. Current Issues in Language Planning. 2021. 1-4
  • Gregory Paul Glasgow. Secondary school English education in Asia: from policy to practice. ASIAN STUDIES REVIEW. 2016. 40. 3. 467-468
  • Gregory Paul Glasgow. Review of the Book "Language Ideology, Policy and Planning in Peru" by Serafin Coronel-Molina. Current Issues in Language Planning. 2016. 18. 2. 233-236
  • Gregory P. Glasgow. International English in Its Sociolinguistic Contexts: Towards a Socially Sensitive EIL Pedagogy. COMPARATIVE EDUCATION REVIEW. 2010. 54. 1. 132-134
  • Gregory Paul Glasgow. The Idea of English in Japan: Ideology and the Evolution of a Global Language. WORLD ENGLISHES. 2010. 29. 3. 431-433
Books (11):
  • English Language Policy in Japan: History, Current Realities and Challenges Ahead. (in press) In E.L. Low & A. Pakir (Eds.). English in East and South Asia: Policy, Features and Language in Use
  • Challenging and Interrogating Native Speakerism in an Elementary School Professional Development Programme in Japan. In S. Houghton & J. Bouchard (Eds.). Native speakerism: Its resilience and undoing.
    Springer 2020 ISBN:9789811556715
  • CLIL for who? Commodification of English-medium courses in Japan's higher education. In I. Liyanage & T. Walker (Eds.), Multilingual Education Yearbook 2019
    Springer 2019 ISBN:9783030143855
  • Agency in Language Policy and Planning: Critical Inquiries
    Routledge. 2018 ISBN:9781138316188
  • Researching Agency in Language Policy and Planning
    Routledge 2018 ISBN:9781138316164
Lectures and oral presentations  (4):
  • Agency in Language Policy and Planning: A Social Realist Perspective
  • Agency in Language Policy and Planning: A Reconceptualization
    (Mutidisciplinary Approaches to Language Policy and Planning Conference, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada 2019)
  • Policy, Agency and Transformation: In-Service Teacher Education in an Era of Curriculum Reform
    (JACET Language Teacher Cognition SIG Meeting 2019)
  • English as a Lingua Franca in Second Language Teacher Education: Challenging Native Speakerism
    (JACET 56th International Convention 2017 2017)
Education (3):
  • 2009 - 2014 The University of Queensland Australia PhD, Applied Linguistics
  • 2004 - 2008 Teachers College Columbia University M.A., Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages
  • 1986 - 1990 University of Chicago B.A., Political Science
Professional career (2):
  • M.A., Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) (Teachers College Columbia University)
  • Ph.D., Applied Linguistics (University of Queensland, Australia)
Work history (5):
  • 2019/04 - 現在 Kanda University of International Studies Department of English Associate Professor (full-time)
  • - 現在 Kanda University of International Studies Graduate School of Language Sciences MA TESOL Program Associate Professor (cross-appointed)
  • 2017/04/01 - 2019/03/31 RIKKYO UNIVERSITY College of Intercultural Communication Department of Intercultural Communication Assistant Professor
  • 2015/07 - 2017/03 NYU School of Professional Studies Tokyo Academic Coordinator and English Lecturer
  • 2013/04 - 2015/06 Meikai University, Urayasu Campus Integrated Education Center Assistant Professor
Association Membership(s) (2):
JALT Organization - Committee Member - Diversity and Inclusion Committee ,  JALT Publications - Editor, JALT Journal
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