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Angeles Clemente

Angeles Clemente
Universidad Autónoma Benito Juárez de Oaxaca
Facultad de Idiomas
Av. Universidad s/n Col. ExHacienda Cinco Señores
Oaxaca, Oaxaca
México, C.P. 68120
angelesclemente@hotmail.com

 

Research Interests
Postcolonial studies in language teaching and learning; learner autonomy; second language acquisition; teaching additional languages; teaching English as a second language; applied linguistics. Angeles is currently conducting research with vulnerable communities in Oaxaca, Mexico.

Education
Ph.D. Institute of Education, University of London, UK, 1998
M.A. Institute of Education, University of London, UK, 1996
B.A. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Mexico 1989

Awards/Honors
PROMEP-SEP Grant, Mexico, 2004-2005
Fullbright-Garcia Robles Grant, 2003
National Research Award, Mexico, 2002-present
Research Fellowship at the Institute of Education, University of London, UK, 2000-2001
CONACyT Graduate Scholarship, Mexico, 1996-1998

Teaching Experience
Colegio de Bachilleres de Oaxaca, English Teacher, 1984-1998
Colegio de Bachilleres de México, English Teacher, 1979-1984

Professional Service
TESOL Quarterly Guest Editor, 2005
SYSTEM, Editorial Advisory Panel, Pergamon, 2005
Founder and Head of Research Group in Critical Applied Linguistics, Universidad Autónoma Benito Juárez de Oaxaca , 2002
Director of M.A. Programs, Facultad de Idiomas, Universidad Autónoma Benito Juárez de Oaxaca , 1998-2002
Editorial Advisory Panel, ELT Journal, Oxford University Press, 1998-1999
Editorial Board, MEXTESOL Journal, Mexico 1996-1997
Planned and set up the first regional B.A. in Teaching English as a Foreign Language at Universidad Autónoma Benito Juárez de Oaxaca , 1992
Head of Language Department, Facultad de Idiomas, Universidad Autónoma Benito Juárez de Oaxaca , 1990-1993

Publications
Clemente, A. & Higgins M. (2008). Performing English as a postcolonial accent: Ethnographic Narratives from Mexico, Tufnell Press, UK.

Clemente A. (2007). Having a Voice in the English Curriculum. MEXTESOL Journal, 31(2), 80-87.

Clemente A. (2007). English as a Cultural Capital in the Oaxacan Community of Mexico, TESOL Quarterly, 41(2), 421-425(5).

Clemente, A. (2007). Deconstructing Learner Autonomy. Temas de Linguistica Aplicada (Topics on Applied Linguistics), 1, UABJO, Mexico.

Clemente, A. & Kissing, D. (2007). Self-abuse, Reflections on the Self-access project twelve years later. Temas de Linguistica Aplicada (Topics on Applied Linguistics), 1, UABJO, Mexico.

Clemente, A. (2006). Critical Pedagogies. MEXTESOL Journal, 30(2).

Clemente, A., Crawford, T., Garcia, L., Higgins, M., Kissinger, D., Lengeling, M. M., Lopez Gopar, M.E. (2006). A call for a critical perspective on English teaching in Mexico: Collection of articles on reflective and critical issues on English teaching in Mexico. MEXTESOL Journal Special Issue: Critical Pedagogies, 30(2), 13-17.

Clemente, A. & Higgins, M. (2005). Whose English is it Anyway? Culture, Language and Identity: Ethnographic Portraits from Oaxaca, Mexico, Working Papers on Culture, Education and Human Development, ISNN 1699-437X, 1(3), 1-33, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, http://www.uam.es/ptcedh

Clemente, A. (2005). Remembered Histories and Controversies in Applied Linguistics and English Language Teaching. TESOL Quarterly, 39(4), 787-793.

Clemente, A. (2005). Gee J. Paul, La ideología en los discursos. Lingüística social y alfabetizaciones (Gee J. Paul, the ideology in the discourses. Social linguistics and literacies). In: Education Review, V. 1 ISNN 1094-5296.

Clemente, A. (2004). Teacher Awareness: an Essential Element in ELT Teacher Education. MEXTESOL Journal, 27, 15-20.

Clemente A. (2003). Counselling within a Learning Culture: teacher/learner interaction in a self-directed scheme. In Learner Autonomy across Cultures (Palfreyman, D & Smith R, Eds.), London: Palgraves.

Clemente A. (2003). El uso de los pronombres pronominales 'tu' y 'usted' en una familia mexicana (The use of the pronominal pronouns "tu" and "usted" in a Mexican family). Lengua y Habla (Tongue and Language), 7, Venezuela: Universidad de los Andes.

Higgins, M. & Clemente, A. (In press). Is sex safer in Spanish or English, in Applied Linguistics in the Field: Local Knowledge and HIV/AIDS, Editors: C. Higgins & B. Norton. London: Multilingual Matters.


 

 

 
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