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ADSS Ewa Dabrowska Facultystaff 100Professor Ewa Dabrowska
Professor of Linguistics
MA (Gdańsk), MPhil (Glasgow), PhD (Gdańsk)
I am a native of Gdańsk and was educated in Poland, the US, and the UK. I have also spent some time in Germany (working at the Max Planck Institute of Evolutionary Anthropology in Leipzig) and in Japan.... more>>

ADSS Graham Hall Facultystaff 100Graham Hall
Senior Lecturer in Applied Linguistics/TESOL
CELTA, BA (Newcastle), PGCE (Nottingham), MA (Lancaster)
My undergraduate degree was in Geography, after which I taught English (TESOL) in Hungary, Poland, Saudi Arabia and the UK (I also had a brief spell as a secondary school Geography teacher). During this... more>>

ADSS Alexleung Facultystaff 100Dr Alex Ho-Cheong Leung
Lecturer in Applied Linguistics and TESOL
BA (Lingnan, Hong Kong), CELTA (UK), PhD (Newcastle, UK)
I grew up in Hong Kong where I obtained my BA (Hons) in Contemporary English studies. During my undergraduate studies I went to Franklin and Marshall College, Pennsylvania (US) for an exchange programme... more>>

ADSS Amanda Patten Facultystaff 100Dr Amanda Patten
Lecturer in Language and Linguistics
I was awarded a BA in English Language with Linguistics from the University of Sheffield in 2003. I then went on to complete a PGCE in English and a research preparation MA in Historical Language Studies... more>>

ADSS Jamesstreet Facultystaff 100Dr James Street
Lecturer in Language and Linguistics
I graduated with BA (Hons) in Sociology from the University of Sheffield where my research interests were in the (complex) relationship between language and social disadvantage. Following my BA graduation... more>>

ADSS Reginawiehert Facultystaff 100Professor Regina Weinert
Professor in General and Applied Linguistics
MA (Edinburgh), PhD (Edinburgh)
I am a native of Hamburg, Germany, and received my university education in Scotland at the University of Edinburgh. I have held previous academic appointments at the Universities of Edinburgh, Hull and... more>>



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