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Durham University

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Mr Richard J. Stockton, MA TESOL

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(email at richard.j.stockton@durham.ac.uk)

Richard J. Stockton is an English language teacher and doctoral student. His earlier publications concern languaculture issues and narratology. Hailing from the snowy Canadian prairies, he has taught EAL learners in various settings in Asia, and currently in Indonesia. His professional interests include young learners, traditionalist education, and intersections of TESOL with philosophy.

Research Interests

  • ABR, ABER, A/R/Tography
  • Identity
  • Languaculture
  • Narratology
  • TESOL
  • Translanguaging

Indicators of Esteem

  • Summary: :

    TESOL International, TESOL 2021 Conference submission reviewer. 2020.
    The Ruth Crymes TESOL Fellowship for Graduate Study grant reviewer. 2019.
    Rosa Aronson TESOL Professional Learning Scholarships reviewer. 2018.
    TESOL International, TESOL 2019 Conference submission reviewer. 2018.
    TESOL International, Betty Azar Grant reviewer. 2017.
    Teaching certificate, K-12. British Columbia, Canada.
    TESL Canada Federation Professional Certificate, Level 3, Permanent. 2018.

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