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Lost in Citations

Next on the podcast:

May 29th

159. Matthew Baldock (Charles David Casson Estates) (Haswell on the Street #1)

Baldock, M. (2022, June 6th). It's ok not to be ok [Video]. 

Coming soon on the podcast:

June 12th 

Lakeland Conference on International Education "Man on the Street"

June 26th (The Lunchtime Series #4)

160. Matteo Tarsi (Kyushu University) 

Tarsi, M. (2020). Towards a phonology of Scandinavian Latin runic inscriptions: A corpus-based analysis. Acta Antiqua Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae, 59(1-4), 85-96.

also

Conceptual metaphors and the organization of the lexicon: the case of verba cogitandi, cognoscendi, and dicendi (thinking, knowledge, and saying) - an active research work

 

July 10th

161. Kate Garnett (Antioch University)

Garnett, K. (2021). Opportunities for Anti-Bias Frameworks in Japanese EFL Textbooks. Babylonia Journal of Language Education

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"Advice from successful academics, Part Two"
Chris completes the review of advice from his first 15 interviews.

"Research Resolutions - 2021 and the re-booting of research"
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