Dr Gregory Hadley

Dr Gregory Hadley

Department of English Language and Linguistics
Teaching Fellow

Contact details

Address
Frankland Building
University of Birmingham
Edgbaston
Birmingham
B15 2TT
UK

Gregory Hadley received his PhD in Applied Linguistics from the University of Birmingham (UK), where his primary focus was in the Sociology of English Language Teaching. A Professor of Sociolinguistics and Western Cultural Studies at Niigata University, Japan, and a Visiting Fellow at the University of Oxford, he is also the author of English for Academic Purposes in Neoliberal Universities: A Critical Grounded Theory (Springer, 2015) and Grounded Theory for Applied Linguistics: A Practical Guide (Routledge 2017).

Qualifications

  • University of Birmingham (UK), PhD, (Applied Linguistics. Focus: Sociology of English Language Education), 2012.
  • University of Birmingham (UK). Master of Arts, (TEFL/TESL), 1997.

Biography

2014 to Present: Professor of Sociolinguistics and Western Cultural Studies, Department of Humanities, Niigata University, Japan

2021 to Present: Teaching Fellow (Fractional) English Language and Applied Linguistics, The University of Birmingham, England

2012 to Present: Visiting Fellow, Kellogg College, The University of Oxford, England

2002 to 2021: Distance Tutor, English Language and Applied Linguistics, The University of Birmingham, England

2000 to 2014: Professor of TESOL and American Cultural Studies, Niigata University of International and Information Studies, Niigata, Japan.

Summer 2000, 2002, 2006 to 2008: ESP Tutor, English for International Students' Unit, The University of Birmingham, England.

Teaching

MA TESOL Distance Modules, Master’s Level Dissertation Supervision

Publications

Recent publications

Book

Hadley, G 2015, English for Academic Purposes in Neoliberal Universities: A Critical Grounded Theory. Educational Lingusitics, Springer. <https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007%2F978-3-319-10449-2>

Hadley, G 2014, Global Texbooks in Local Contexts: An Empirical Investigation of Effectiveness.

Article

Hadley, G 2003, 'Relating the Curriculum to Regional Concerns: A Japanese Case Study', GEMA Journal, vol. 3, no. 2.

Chapter

Hadley, G 2019, Critical Questions in English for Academic Purposes. in G Barkhuizen (ed.), Qualitative Research Topics in Language Teacher Education. Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429461347-19

Hadley, G 2018, Learning Through Textbooks. in The Cambridge Guide to Learning English as a Second Language.

Hadley, G 2017, The games people play: a critical study of ‘Resource leeching’ among ‘Blended’ English for academic purpose professionals in neoliberal universities. in M-C Flubacher & A Del Percio (eds), Language, Education and Neoliberalism: Critical Studies in Sociolinguistics. Multilingual Matters. https://doi.org/10.21832/FLUBAC8682, https://doi.org/10.21832/9781783098699-012

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