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Graham Crookes

CrookesProfessor & Department Chair

PhD, University of Hawai‘i

Moore Hall 556
crookesat symbolhawaii.edu

Dr. Crookes’s specialties include the methodology of second language teaching and teacher development (including practice teaching supervision and more recently, philosophy of teaching). Besides teaching regular graduate and undergraduate courses for the Department of SLS, he has conducted courses and workshops for teachers especially on teaching methodology, action research, and critical pedagogy, in a variety of settings around the world, including Colombia, Denmark, Korea, Kyrgyzstan, Singapore, and Vietnam. His main research interests at present are critical language pedagogy and language teachers developing philosophies of teaching.

Selected Publications:

Crookes, G. V. (with Bluth, P., Haeusler, A., Parba J., & West, G.). (2018). “How did you become political?”: Narratives of junior researcher-practitioners in applied linguistics. In Seyyed-Abdolhamid Mirhosseini (ed.), Special issue, Critical Inquiry in Language Studies.

Crookes, G. V. (2017). Critical language pedagogy given the English Divide in Korea: A suite of practices, critique, and the role of the intellectual. English Teaching [Korea], 72(4), 3-21.

Crookes, G. V. (with Kubanyiova, M.). (2016). Re-envisioning the roles, tasks, and contributions of language teachers in the multilingual era of language education: Research and practice. Modern Language Journal, 100(S1), 117-132

Crookes, G. V. (2015). Redrawing the boundaries on theory, research, and practice concerning language teachers’ philosophies and language teacher cognition: Toward a critical perspective. Modern Language Journal, 99(3), 485-499.

Crookes, G. V. (2013). Critical ELT in action: Foundations, promises, praxis. Routledge.