Being situated in the field of adult education, I appreciate the fact that education happens beyond formal schooling. For those outside academia, I strive to share my knowledge and expertise in various forms of public pedagogy.
I use Twitter as a means to share random thoughts on my research and teaching interests, particularly those concerning the intersections of language, race, and work.
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- Appearance in documentary, Not Just Words, which explores accent discrimination
- Interview for Humber News article about Not Just Words
- Interview on Future Multilingual about the problems of accent reduction
- Interview on EAP4SJ Emerging Voices Podcast about accent, racism, and workforce/higher education
- Interview on Abundate Podcast about accent and language as social constructs
- Interview on The Language Matters Podcast about race and language
- Interview on Unstandardized English about a post-whiteness ELT
- Appearance on thequint.com on why Indians in the US after seeking accent coaching
- Interview on We Teach Languages about accent, race, work, and teaching pronunciation
- Interview on Unstandardized English about the racialization of terms like "employability" and "professionalism"
- Interview on Unstandardized English about critically understanding "accent"
- Interview on Chasing Encounters about race and accent