Dr Christopher J Hall
(Newcastle ), MA (York), PhD (Southern California)
Reader in Applied Linguistics
T: +44 (0)1904 876876
I lead the Language and
Identities in InterAction (LIdIA) research unit.
I am the author of
Morphology and Mind (Routledge, 1992); An
Introduction to Language and Linguistics. Breaking the Language
Spell (Continuum, 2005); and (with Patrick H. Smith and
Mapping Applied Linguistics. A Guide for Students and
Practitioners (Routledge, 2011). I am a co-author
of the second edition of
Introducing Language in Use (Routledge, forthcoming),
with Patrick Griffiths, Aileen Bloomer and Andrew Merrison.
As part of a project to encourage collaboration between language
professionals working in different areas of applied linguistics, I
have created an online space for discussion and resource sharing:
mappling.com. I am also co-author
(with Rachel Wicaksono) of
Changing Englishes: An Interactive Course for Teachers, an
online resource to raise awareness of 'plurilithic'
(non-monolithic) approaches to language learning and use, with
support from the British Council.
I am a member of the following academic and professional
- British Association for Applied
- International Association of Applied
- International Association of Teachers of
English as a Foreign Language
- MEXTESOL (Mexican Association of Teachers