Monthly Archives: January 2015

Hae Sung Yang

    Hae Sung

Hae Sung Yang is a Ph.D. student in Applied Linguistics at Georgia State University. His research interests include second language writing, intercultural rhetoric, and genre analysis. He has co-authored and edited many English textbooks for EFL learners including Reading Expert, Listening Expert, and Selected Readings for Advanced Learners. He has published a co-authored article in Reading in a Foreign Language, and is a frequent presenter at conferences including AAAL, Symposium on Second Language Writing and TESOL related conferences. E-mail: hyang20@ | February Interviewer:  Terry Doyle

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Peter Lowenberg


Peter Lowenberg is professor emeritus of San Jose State University. Before his retirement he was a professor in SJSU’s Department of Linguistics and Language Development, having taught courses in general linguistics, sociolinguistics, TESOL methodology and materials, language testing, and World Englishes (WE) and English as an international language (EIL). He has also worked in the field of language testing having served on the Committee of Examiners for the TOEFL and the Research Committee for the TOEIC and also having conducted workshops and seminars on language testing in several European, Asian, and Latin American countries. His publications include journal articles and chapters in the areas of World Englishes, language testing, language contact, and language policy and literacy. He has been interested and active in the WE/EIL and NNEST subfields of TESOL since the 1980s and has given numerous seminars and conference presentations on both of these subfields. E-mail address: | January Interviewer: Terry Doyle

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