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Dr Philip Seargeant

Dr Philip Seargeant

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Dr Philip Seargeant

Dr Philip Seargeant

About me

I am currently chairing the production of the undergraduate module E302 Language and Creativity, which is a remake of E301 The art of English. I have previously contributed to A150 Voices and Texts, U214 Worlds of English, U211 Exploring the English LanguageEA300 Children’s Literature, and E854 Investigating Language in Action

Dr Philip Seargeant's research

Philip Seargeant and Caroline Tagg (2018) Social media and the future of open debate: a user-oriented approach to Facebook's filter bubble conundrum, In Discourse, Context & Media

Philip Seargeant and Catherine Chapman (2018) Using Shakespeare to teach English in the digital age, In ELT Journal

Philip Seargeant et al. (2016) Analysing perceptions of English in rural Bangladesh, In World Englishes 4(36)

Philip Seargeant (2017-10-30) [Comment] The symbolism of English on the Brexit battleground, In World Englishes 3(36)

Philip Seargeant et al. (2017) The communicative needs of Bangladeshi economic migrants: The functional values of host country languages versus English as a lingua franca, In Journal of English as a Lingua Franca 1(6)

Caroline Tagg, Philip Seargeant and Amy Aisha Brown (2017) Taking Offence on Social Media: Conviviality and Communication on Facebook, Palgrave Macmillan

Michael Solly et al. (2017) The role of English in the safety, stability and resilience of Bangladeshi economic migrants working in the Middle East, British Council

Philip Seargeant (2017) Teaching the history of English online: open education and student engagement, Oxford University Press

Caroline Tagg and Philip Seargeant (2016-12-08) Negotiating social roles in semi-public online contexts 13, Routledge

Lynda Prescott, Ann Hewings and Philip Seargeant (2016-01) Introduction: Futures for English Studies, Palgrave Macmilan

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