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#80 - Broodie, N. V. (2021). Give me tea, please: practical ingredients for tasteful language.


Chris interviews Natasha V. Broodie, business consultant and U.N. specialist about her book concerning appropriate and successful communication across cultures in English.


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October 6, 2021  

#79 - Humphries, S., & Yashima, T. (2021). “I forgot the language:” Japanese students’ actual multilingual selves and translanguaging challenges as English majors in Taiwan.


Jonathan interviews Dr. Simon Humphries (Citation 7) - Professor of Intercultural Communication, Faculty of Foreign Language Studies and Graduate School of Foreign Language Education and Research at Kansai University.

Read the chapter here: ResearchGate

Purchase the book here: Springer

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September 29, 2021  

#78 - Shaules, J. (2019). Language, culture and the embodied mind. Springer: Singapore.


This week, Dr. Robert S. Murphy (Citation 40Citation 63, Citation 71)  joins us as a contributing interviewer! His guest is Joseph Shaules, PhD - Specially Appointed Professor, Keio University; Director at Japan Intercultural Institute.

Purchase the book: Langauge, Culture, and the Embodied Mind

Japan Intercultural Institute

The Deep Culture Podcast

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September 22, 2021  
September 15, 2021  

#76 - Sevigny, P., Stilp, L., Jones, K., & Bankole, A. (2020). Improving the impact of undergraduate English language TAs at a top global university. APU Journal of Language Research, 6, 154.


Chris interviews Paul Sevigny, Kent Jones, and Abidemi Bankole about their research into teaching assistants in undergraduate English programs conducted at Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University.

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September 8, 2021  
September 1, 2021  

#74 - Efron, K. A. (2020). Representations of multiculturalism in Japanese elementary EFL textbooks: A critical analysis. Intercultural Communication Education, 3(1), 22-43.


Chris interviews Kate Efron - Ed.D candidate for Antioch University and a language tutor for Cambridge University Press.

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August 25, 2021  

#73 - Kelly, C. H. (2021). S2S: The connected classroom. MindBrainEd Think Tanks 7(2), 5-8.


Jonathan interviews Dr. Curtis Kelly (Citation 9) - Professor of English, Faculty of Business and Commerce at Kansai University.

Read the article here: https://www.mindbrained.org/2021/02/s2s-the-connected-classroom/

Think Tanks

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August 18, 2021  

#72 - Shachter, J. (2021). Teaching reading skills in ‘Surround Sound’. In P. Clements, R. Derrah, & P. Ferguson (Eds.), Communities of teachers & learners. JALT.


Chris interviews Jonathan Shachter (Citation 3) - Masters in Education, Masters in Psychology, and a Lecturer of English at Kyushu Sangyo University.

Read the paper here: ResearchGate

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August 11, 2021  

#71 - Immordino-Yang, M. H., & Knecht, D. R. (2020). Building meaning builds teens’ brains. Educational Leadership, 77(8), 36-43.


This week, Dr. Robert S. Murphy (Citation 40, Citation 63)  joins us as a contributing interviewer! His guest is Dr. Mary Helen Immordino-Yang, Professor of Education
and Professor of Psychology at the University of Southern California.

Building meaning builds teens’ brains

The International Mind Brain and Education Society

Google Scholar

If you are interested in being a contributing interviewer, please email us (LostInCitations@gmail.com) or visit the website for more details: Guide For Contributors

August 4, 2021  
July 28, 2021  

#69 - Jordan, G., & Gray, H. (2019). We need to talk about coursebooks. ELT Journal, 73(4), 438-446.


Chris interviews Dr. Geoff Jordan - instructor of applied linguistics and TESOL at the Universitat Politecnica de Barcelona and Leicester University.

Dr. Jordan’s website

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July 21, 2021  
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#66 - Wedlock, J. (2020). Teaching about Taboo Language in EFL/ESL Classes: A Starting Point. ORTESOL Journal, 37, 33-47.


Jonathan interviews Joshua Wedlock - PhD candidate, Department of Linguistics, Macquarie University.

Joshua's website: http://www.joshesl.com/

Contacts: JonathanShachter@gmail.com, LostInCitations@gmail.com

June 30, 2021  

#65 - D’Angelo, J. F. (2018). The status of ELF in Japan. In Jenkins, J., Baker, W., & Dewey, M. (Eds.). The Routledge handbook of English as a lingua franca, 165-175.


Chris interviews Dr. James D’Angelo from Chukyo University’s School of Global Studies.


The Widdowson presentation referenced in the interview can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zvaM2ddMZ9o

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June 23, 2021  
June 16, 2021  

#63 - Murphy, R. S. 3D: CG (Constant Gradient) Evaluation System: New Rubrics for Teaching’s Evaluation and for Professional Development Programs.


Chris interviews Dr. Robert S. Murphy (Citation 40) - Associate Professor at the University of Kityakyushu.


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**Scheduling note** look for Dr. Murphy's contributing  interview with Dr. Tracey Tokuhama-Espinosa (Professor at Harvard University) next week!

June 9, 2021  

#62 - Benson, P., Chappell, P., & Yates, L. (2018). A day in the life: mapping international students’ language learning environments. Australian Journal of Applied Linguistics, 1(1), 20-32.


Jonathan interviews Professor Phil Benson - Professor of Applied Linguistics and Director of the Multilingualism Research Centre at Macquarie University.

Language Learning Environments: Spatial Perspectives on SLA

Use the code LLEBEN50 at the checkout to get 50% off the list price.

Contacts: JonathanShachter@gmail.com, LostInCitations@gmail.com

June 2, 2021  

#61 - The Seventh Annual Conference on Global Higher Education at Lakeland University Japan


Chris interviews Roger Grabowski (Lakeland International College) about the upcoming Conference on Global Higher Education. Also included are previous podcast interviewees introducing their presentations to be given at the conference.

The Seventh Conference on Global Higher Education is free to attend online.

More information and the schedule can be found here: http://conference.luj.tokyo/

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May 26, 2021  

#60 - Hunsberger, L. M. (2019). Creating great PowerPoint and Keynote presentations and teaching students to do the same. Common, 39, 80-90.


Jonathan interviews Lisa Hunsberger - Lecturer of English at Kyushu Sangyo University.

Click here to read the article: CNC 2019

Check out Lisa's Facebook page: YaadPikni

 And check out her website: www.yaadpikni.com

Contacts: JonathanShachter@gmail.com, LostInCitations@gmail.com

May 19, 2021  
May 12, 2021  

#58 - Collett, P., & Berg, M. (2020). Validating the language mindsets inventory. In P. Clements, A. Krause, & R. Gentry (Eds.), Teacher efficacy, learner agency. Tokyo: JALT.


Jonathan interviews Michael Berg -  EdD candidate at the University of Liverpool and an instructor at a variety of universities in Northern Kyushu, Japan. 

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May 5, 2021  

#57 - Erling, E. J., Radinger, S., & Foltz, A. (2020). Understanding low outcomes in English language education in Austrian middle schools. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development. 1-17.


Chris interviews Dr. Elizabeth J. Erling - expert in issues of student identity and the problems facing Lx language users in language education classes.

The video abstract is available here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MXI1J8Mxajw

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April 28, 2021  

#56 - Curry, N. (2014). Using CBT with anxious language learners: The potential role of the learning advisor. Studies in Self-Access Learning Journal, 5(1), 29–41.


Kate Maher (Citation 39) interviews Neil Curry - learning advisor at Kanda University of International Studies.

Read the article here: https://sisaljournal.org/archives/mar14/curry/

If you are interested in being a contributing interviewer, please email us (LostInCitations@gmail.com) or visit the website for more details: Guide For Contributors

April 21, 2021  

Open call for contributing interviews!


Have you been enjoying the interviews? Perhaps imagined your self on the other side of the mic? We'd love to hear from you! 



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#49 - Hiver, P., & Al‐Hoorie, A. H. (2020). Reexamining the role of vision in second language motivation. Language Learning, 70(1), 48-102.


Jonathan interviews Dr. Ali H. Al-Hoorie - Jubail English Language and Preparatory Year Institute, Royal Commission for Jubail and Yanbu, Saudi Arabia.





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February 24, 2021  

#48 - Pecorari, D., & Malmström, H. (2018). At the crossroads of TESOL and English medium instruction. TESOL Quarterly, 52(3), 497-515.


Chris interviews Dr. Diane Pecorari, Head of the Department of English and Professor of English Linguistics at City University of Hong Kong.

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February 17, 2021  

#47 - Gkonou, C. (2020). ‘Critical incidents‘ in language teachers‘ narratives of emotional experience. The emotional rollercoaster of language teaching (pp. 131-149).


Jonathan interviews Dr. Christina Gkonou - Associate Professor in TESOL and the MA TESOL Programme Director in the Department of Language and Linguistics at the University of Essex.

The Emotional Rollercoaster of Language Teaching

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February 10, 2021  
February 3, 2021  

#45 - Burke, A. (2020). Neurodiverse students in your classroom. The Language Teacher, 44, 31-35.


Todd Beuckens (Citation 8) interviews Alexandra Burke - an instructor who has taught all levels of the Japanese public school system from university to kindergarten. She is also a contributor to the MindBrainEd SIG Think Tank.

Read the article here: The Language Teacher

If you are interested in being a contributing interviewer, please email us (LostInCitations@gmail.com) or visit the website for more details: Guide For Contributors


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#41 - Cook, M. (2021). Intercultural Families and Schooling in Japan: Experiences, Issues, and Challenges (Life and Education in Japan). Candlin & Mynard ePublishing Limited.


Todd Beuckens (Citation 8) interviews Dr. Melodie Cook - Professor of English at University of Niigata Prefecture.

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December 16, 2020  
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#38 - Raine, P. (2018). Developing web-based English learning applications: Principles and practice. CALL-EJ, 19(2), 125-138.


Todd Beuckens (Citation 8) interviews Paul Raine - Adjunct Professor at J. F. Oberlin University and Keio University.

If you are interested in being a contributing interviewer, please email us (LostInCitations@gmail.com) or visit the website for more details: Guide For Contributors

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