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Prologue Maria Dasli and Adriana Raquel Diaz Part 1: Theorising critically 1. Tracing the `critical' trajectory of language and intercultural communication pedagogy Adriana Raquel Diaz and Maria Dasli 2. Interpretation and critical reflection in intercultural language learning: Consequences of a critical perspective for the teaching and learning of pragmatics Anthony Liddicoat 3. Language and intercultural communication pedagogy: a transnational turn? Karen Risager 4. Critical turns in language and intercultural communication pedagogy: The simple-complex continuum (simplexity) as a new perspective Fred Dervin Part 2: Researching critically 5. Research on intercultural communication: A Critical Realist perspective Karin Zotzmann 6. Navigating languages and interculturality in the research process: The ethics and positionality of the researcher and the researched Prue Holmes 7. A critical turn in knowledge construction in intercultural doctoral pedagogy and communication Catherine Manathunga 8. Criticality, intentionality, and intercultural action Richard Fay and Juup Stelma Part 3: Teaching critically 9. The intercultural foreign language teacher: Challenges and choices Chantal Crozet 10. Cosmopolitanism meets language education: Considering objectives and strategies for a new pedagogy Claire Kennedy, Adriana Raquel Diaz and Maria Dasli 11. Transforming pre-service language teachers' understanding of teaching critically Robyn Moloney and Susan Oguro 12. Literature for critical cultural awareness Leticia Yulita Epilogue Maria Dasli and Adriana Raquel Diaz
Maria Dasli is Lecturer in TESOL and Co-Director of the Centre for Education for Racial Equality in Scotland (CERES) at the University of Edinburgh, UK. Adriana Raquel Diaz is Lecturer at the School of Languages and Linguistics, Griffith University, Australia.
"At last a book which not only deals with the competing theories of the critical turn in ICC in the same space, but also translates this into a praxis for the language and intercultural communication researcher and educator. The book will be an invaluable resource for academics, language educators, and graduate students in the fields of language and intercultural communication." -John O'Regan, UCL Institute of Education, UK