My research spans a number of areas of applied linguistics including language education, language policy and planning and discourse analysis. Much of my work has focused on the relationship between intercultural understanding and language teaching and learning and the ways that learning a foreign language can promote intercultural capabilities. I am especially interested in understanding how classroom practices that look at the interrelationships between language and culture in the processes of making, communicating and interpreting meanings can enhance language education. I am also interested in how societies and institutions plan language education and what the consequences of this are teachers, students and the society at large.
My educational background is in descriptive and applied linguistics and I completed my PhD in Norman French dialects in the Department of French at the University of Melbourne. Since then the focus of my work has mainly been in applied linguistics. Before coming to the University of Warwick in 2016, I worked at a number of universities in Australia teaching in both linguistics and applied linguistics. In 1999, I was one of the founding editors of the journal Current Issues in Language Planning, and since 2014 I have been the Executive Editor.
- Liddicoat, Anthony J., 2020. Critical perspectives in intercultural language learning. ELIA: Estudios de Lingüística Inglesa Aplicada, 19 (1 Monogr.), pp. 17-38
- Liddicoat, Anthony, Scarino, Angela, Kohler, Michelle, 2018. The impact of school structures and cultures on change in teaching and learning : the case of languages. Curriculum Perspectives, 38 (1), pp. 3-13
- Liddicoat, Anthony, 2018. Language teaching and learning as a transdisciplinary endeavour. AILA Review, 31 (1), pp. 14-28
- Kirkpatrick, Andy, Liddicoat, Anthony John, 2017. Language education policy and practice in East and Southeast Asia. Language Teaching, 50 (2), pp. 155-188
- Liddicoat, Anthony, 2016. Language planning in universities : teaching, research and administration. Current Issues in Language Planning, 17 (3-4), pp. 231-241
- Scarino, Angela, Liddicoat, Anthony, 2016. Reconceptualising learning in transdisciplinary languages education. L2 Journal, 8 (4), pp. 20-35
- Liddicoat, Anthony, Curnow, Timothy Jowan, Scarino, Angela, 2016. The trajectory of a language policy : the First Language Maintenance and Development program in South Australia. Australian Review of Applied Linguistics, 39 (1), pp. 31-46
- Liddicoat, Anthony John, 2016. Translation as intercultural mediation : setting the scene. Perspectives, 24 (3), pp. 347-353
- Liddicoat, Anthony John, 2015. Intercultural mediation, intercultural communication and translation. Perspectives, 24 (3), pp. 354-364
- Liddicoat, Anthony John, Taylor-Leech, Kerry, 2015. Multilingual education : the role of language ideologies and attitudes. Current Issues in Language Planning, 16 (1-2), pp. 1-7
- Hale, Sandra, Liddicoat, Anthony John, 2015. The meaning of accuracy and culture, and the rise of the machine in interpreting and translation. A conversation between Sandra Hale and Anthony Liddicoat. Cultus : The Journal of Intercultural Mediation and Communication, 8, pp. 14-26
- Liddicoat, Anthony, 2015. The interface between macro and micro-level language policy and the place of language pedagogies. International Journal of Pedagogies and Learning, 9 (2), pp. 118-129
- Liddicoat, Anthony John, Taylor-Leech, Kerry, 2014. Micro language planning for multilingual education : agency in local contexts. Current Issues in Language Planning, 15 (3), pp. 237-244
- Diallo, Ibrahima, Liddicoat, Anthony John, 2014. Planning language teaching : an argument for the place of pedagogy in language policy and planning. International Journal of Pedagogies and Learning, 9 (2), pp. 110-117
- Liddicoat, Anthony John, Curnow, Timothy Jowan, 2014. Students' home languages and the struggle for space in the curriculum. International Journal of Multilingualism, 11 (3), pp. 273-288
- Taylor-Leech, Kerry, Liddicoat, Anthony, 2014. Macro-language planning for multilingual education : focus on programmes and provision. Current Issues in Language Planning, 15 (4), pp. 353-360
- Liddicoat, Anthony J., 2020. Language policy and planning for language maintenance : the macro and meso levels. In Schalley, Andrea C.; Eisenchlas, Susana A. (eds.), Handbook of Home Language Maintenance and Development Social and Affective Factors, Berlin, Mouton de Gruyter, pp. 337-356
- Kirkpatrick, Andy, Liddicoat, Anthony, 2019. Routledge handbook of language education policy in Asia.
- Kirkpatrick, Andy, Liddicoat, Anthony J., 2019. The Routledge International Handbook of Language Education Policy in Asia.
- Liddicoat, Anthony, McConachy, Troy, 2019. Meta-pragmatic awareness and agency in language learners' constructions of politeness. In Szende, Thomas; Alao, George (eds.), Pragmatic and Cross-Cultural Competences : focus on politeness, Bruxelles, Peter Lang, pp. 11-25
- Tudini, Vincenza, Liddicoat, Anthony John, 2017. Computer-mediated communication and conversation analysis. In Thorne, Steven; May , Stephen (eds.), Language and Technology, Springer International Publishing, pp. 1-12
- Liddicoat, Anthony, 2017. Interpretation and critical reflection in intercultural language learning ; consequences of a critical perspective for the teaching and learning of pragmatics. In Dasli, Maria; Diaz, Adriana Raquel (eds.), The critical turn in language and intercultural communication pedagogy : theory, research and practice, New York, Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, pp. 22-39
- Liddicoat, Anthony John, 2017. National security as a motivation in language-in-education policy. In Chua, Catherine K. S. (ed.), Un(intended) Language Planning in a Globalising World: Multiple Levels of Players at Work, Berlin, De Gruyter Open, pp. 113-128
- Liddicoat, Anthony, 2017. Language policy and planning in Universities : teaching, research and administration. New York, Routledge
- Liddicoat, Anthony, 2017. Indigenous and immigrant languages in Australia. In Shah, Sheena; Seals, Corinne (eds.), Heritage language policies around the world, New York, Routledge, pp. 237-253
- McConachy, Troy, Liddicoat, Anthony, 2016. Meta-pragmatic awareness and intercultural competence : the role of reflection and interpretation in intercultural mediation. In Dervin, F.; Gross, Z. (eds.), Intercultural Competence: Alternative Approaches for Today?s Education, London, Palgrave Macmillan Ltd, pp. 13-25
- Liddicoat, Anthony J. (John), Heugh, Kathleen, 2015. Educational equity for linguistically marginalised students. In Bigelow, Martha; Ennser-Kananen, Johanna (eds.), The Routledge handbook of educational linguistics, New York & London, Routledge, pp. 79-91
- Liddicoat, Anthony, 2014. Tensions in the linguistic space. In Murray, Neil; Scarino , Angela (eds.), Dynamic Ecologies, Springer, pp. 217-227
- Liddicoat, Anthony J., Kamwangamalu, Nkonko, Leech, Kerry-Taylor, 2019. Multilingualism and language policies in the African context : lessons from Ghana by Nana Aba Appiah Amfo and Jemima Anderson, Eds. [Editorial]. Current Issues in Language Planning, Routledge, pp. 331-332
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