The audio journal for
and free-thinking individuals.
Lost in Citations
An audio journal
In March 2020, Jonathan Shachter began a podcast called "Lost in Citations", intending to make contact with academics whom he had cited in his research articles. Joined by Chris Haswell in April 2020, and then Todd Beuckens in June 2020, this team of enthusiastic academics and online material creators seeks to form a new way for academics, educators, and free-thinkers to connect and share their work.
LostinCitations.com is an audio journal - we want voices from all levels of academia to have a platform upon which to share ideas. We invite submissions of your interviews with other academics.
Connect with someone you would like to know more about and submit the resulting interview to email@example.com.
Our Contributing Editors look forward to hearing your work.
As the ocean of citations becomes deeper by the day, let's get lost together and learn something new.
Including their profiles, links to their academic homepages, and interview keywords to help you choose which interviews you would like to listen to.
On this week's podcast:
November 25th - Aaron Hahn (Fukuoka University)
Hahn, A. D. (2018). Uncovering the ideologies of internationalization in lesson plans through critical discourse analysis. The New English Teacher, 12(1), 121.
Coming soon on the podcast:
December 9th - Kate Maher (Kyoto University of Foreign Languages)
Maher, K., & King, J. (2020). Observing anxiety in the foreign language classroom: Student silence and nonverbal cues. Journal for the Psychology of Language Learning, 2(1), 116-141
December 16th - C. Bruce Lawrence
Lawrence, C. B. (2010). The verbal art of borrowing: Analysis of English borrowing in Korean pop songs. Asian Englishes, 13(2), 42-63.
January 13th - Joseph Falout (Nihon University)
Falout, J. (2020). Past L2 selves, emotions and classroom group dynamics: The don’t ask, can’t tell policy. The emotional rollercoaster of language teaching (pp. 111-130).
Todd Beuckens has produced a huge database of materials to assist with online teaching and producing high-quality content.
Check out the materials available at http://meels.org/
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