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Lost in Citations

On this week's podcast:

#108 - May 18th - Britton Brooks

(Kyushu University)

Brooks, B. E. (2021). Biophonic Soundscapes in the Vitae of St Guthlac. English Studies, 102(2), 155-179.

Coming soon on the podcast:

#109 - May 25th - Tammy Gregersen (American University of Sharjah)

Gregersen, T., MacIntyre, P. & Macmillan, N. (2020). Dealing with the emotions of teaching abroad: Searching for silver linings in a difficult context. In C. Gkonou, J. Dewaele & J. King (Eds.), The Emotional Rollercoaster of Language Teaching (pp. 228-246). Bristol, Blue Ridge Summit: Multilingual Matters.

#110 - June 1st - Rhett Burton (Burton's English School)

Burton, R. (n.d.). Burton's School. Learn. Retrieved May 19, 2022, from

#111 - June 8th - Jo Mynard (Kanda University)

Mynard, J., & Shelton-Strong, S.J. (Eds.). (2022). Autonomy Support Beyond the Language Learning Classroom: A Self-Determination Theory Perspective. Multilingual Matters.

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