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Warwick ELT Archive: Related Publications

The History of Language Learning and Teaching, 3 volumes (Vol. I: 16th-18th Century Europe Vol. II: 19th-20th Century Europe; Vol. III: Across Cultures), edited by N. McLelland and R. Smith. Oxford: Legenda (for the Modern Humanities Research Association). Introduction: 'Establishing HoLLT: the History of Language Learning and Teaching, Vol. 1: 1–19.

Special Open Access issue of The Language Learning Journal (46/1) on 'Histories of language learning and teaching in Europe' (co-edited by R. Smith and N. McLelland (2018)). Guest editorial: 'Histories of language learning and teaching in Europe', pp. 1–5.

"Scientific" language teaching', by Richard Smith. The Journal of English Language Teaching (India) 59/5: 18-21.

A History of IATEFL: The First 50 Years of the International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language by Shelagh Rixon and Richard Smith (2017). Faversham: IATEFL.

'Building "Applied Linguistic Historiography": Rationale, scope and methods', by Richard Smith (2016). Applied Linguistics 37/1: 71-87. Online (Open Access).

'The history of Teaching English as a Foreign Language, from a British and European perspective’, by A.P.R.Howatt and Richard Smith (2014). Language and History 57/1: 75-95. Online (open access)

‘An interview with John Trim (1924—2013) on the history of modern language learning and teaching’, by Richard Smith and Nicola McLelland (2014). Language and History57/1: 10-25. Online (Open Access)

‘Building the history of language learning and teaching (HoLLT)’, by Nicola McLelland and Richard Smith (2014). Introduction to special issue on ‘History of Modern Language Education in Europe’. Language and History 57/1: 1-9. Online (Open Access)

Directory of UK ELT Research, 2005–12. Online database and associated books. London: The British Council. compiled by Richard Smith with Seongsook Choi, Duncan Hunter, Imogen Liggins, Stuart Reid, Shelagh Rixon and Gosia Sky (2010-2014).

'Harold E. Palmer, IRLT and "historical sense" in ELT’, by Richard Smith (2013). IRLT Journal 12: 1-8 (Journal of the Institute for Research in Language Teaching, Tokyo: Special issue to celebrate the Institute's 90th anniversary). Pre-publication version.

UK-funded ELT projects, 1950 onwards. Online database. Compiled by Richard Smith, with Seongsook Choi, Sian Alsop and Shelagh Rixon (2013).

The Warwick ELT Archive Catalogue, 3rd edition (Part 1: Published materials (up to 1979); Part 2: Unpublished / archival items; Part 3: Selected items published from 1980 onwards). 3rd, updated edition (2013). Coventry: Centre for Applied Linguistics, University of Warwick. Online

'Unpackaging the past: 'CLT' through ELTJ keywords', by Duncan Hunter and Richard Smith (2012). ELT Journal 66/4: 430-439.

'The work of Brian Abbs and Ingrid Freebairn' by Shelagh Rixon and Richard Smith (2012). ELT Journal 66/3: 383-393.

'A.S. Hornby's life and legacy', by Richard Smith (2012). ELT Journal 66/1: 1-5.

'Harold E. Palmer’s alternative "applied linguistics"', by Richard Smith (2011). Histoire–Epistémologie–Langage 33/1: 53-67. Open access online.

‘ELT and the British Council, 1934-2009: Research notes’, by Richard Smith (2011). Online: http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/al/research/collect/elt_archive/research_projects/britishcouncil

Directory of UK ELT Research 2009-10, by Richard Smith with Seongsook Choi, Stuart Reid, Gosia Sky and Duncan Hunter (2011). London: The British Council. Also available online via: http://www.teachingenglish.org.uk/elt-research

'Teaching English in difficult circumstances: A new research agenda' by Richard Smith (2011). In Pattison, T. (ed.) IATEFL 2010 Harrogate Conference Selections. Canterbury: IATEFL. Pre-publication version here. Associated talk here.

Directory of UK ELT Research 2005-08, by Shelagh Rixon and Richard Smith (2010). London: The British Council. Also available online via: http://www.teachingenglish.org.uk/elt-research

'Claude Marcel (1793-1876): A neglected applied linguist?', by Richard Smith (2009). Language and History 52/2: 171-181.

The Warwick ELT Archive Catalogue, 2nd edition (Part 1: Published materials (up to 1979); Part 2: Unpublished / archival items), 2nd edition (2009). Coventry: Centre for Applied Linguistics, University of Warwick.

'Communicative Language Teaching and the ELT Journal: A Corpus-Based Approach to the History of a Discourse', by Duncan Hunter (2009). PhD thesis, Centre for Applied Linguistics, University of Warwick.

'W.R. Lee and the IATEFL Newsletter (1967-1984)', by Duncan Hunter (2008). Online: http://www.warwick.ac.uk/go/elt_archive/publications/bill_lee/

'The origins of ELT Journal', by Richard Smith (2007). Online (on the OUP ELT Journal website): http://www.oxfordjournals.org/eltj/about.html

Teaching English as a Foreign Language, 1936–1961: Foundations of ELT, six volumes, with General Introduction, edited by Richard C. Smith (2005). Abingdon: Routledge. Sample pages.

'Lionel Billows (1909–2004): In memoriam', by Richard C. Smith, with Alan Maley (2004). English Language Teacher Education and Development 8: 83–87. Online: http://www.elted.net/issues/volume-8/smith-maley-volume8.pdf

English Language Teaching for Speakers of Other Languages, 1900-1980: A Comprehensive Bibliography, Version 1 (November 2004), by Richard C. Smith (2004). Coventry: Centre for English Language Teacher Education, University of Warwick. [Currently being updated.]

‘Lessons from the past: traditions and reforms’, by Richard C. Smith, with Imura Motomichi (2004). In Makarova, V. and T. Rodgers (eds.) English Language Teaching: The Case of Japan. Munich: Lincom Europa. Also available online: www.warwick.ac.uk/go/elt_archive/publications/j._lessons.pdf

'An Investigation into the Roots of ELT, with a Particular Focus on the Career and Legacy of Harold E. Palmer (1877–1949)', by Richard C. Smith (2004). PhD thesis, University of Edinburgh.

Teaching English as a Foreign Language, 1912-1936: Pioneers of ELT, five volumes, with General Introduction and volume introductions, edited by Richard C. Smith (2003). London: Routledge. Sample pages.

Modern Language Teaching: The Reform Movement, five volumes, with General Introduction and volume introductions, edited by A.P.R. Howatt and Richard C. Smith (2002). London: Routledge. Sample pages.

Foundations of Foreign Language Teaching: Nineteenth-century Innovators, six volumes, with General Introduction, edited by A.P.R. Howatt and Richard C. Smith (2000). London: Routledge.

The Writings of Harold E. Palmer: An Overview, by Richard C. Smith (1999). Tokyo: Hon-no-Tomosha. Also available online: http://www.warwick.ac.uk/go/elt_archive/publications/smith_1999.pdf


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