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Dr Duncan Hunter

Dr Duncan Hunter

Lecturer/ Programme Director for MA TESOL

Faculty and Department

  • Faculty of Arts Cultures and Education
  • School of Education

Summary

Dr Duncan Hunter is a researcher and Programme

Director for MA TESOL at the University of Hull, United

Kingdom. Duncan worked in a variety of EFL and EAL

posts in the UK, Japan and Poland before following an

academic career in the fields of Applied Linguistics and

TESOL. While lecturing at the Universities of Warwick

and St Mark and St John (Marjon) he was involved with

a large-scale UK/Malaysian teacher training project

involving Malaysian teachers. He has undertaken

several projects with the British Council, including a

development initiative involving Marjon, the British

Council and the Chongqing Educational Board. Duncan

is editor of the Key Concepts feature of the ELT Journal.

I presently teach on the MA TESOL, BA Education Studies and MA in Education. Present modules include Approaches to English language teaching (MA TESOL) and Ethical Dilemmas and the Moral Maze (BA in Education Studies).

Recent outputs

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Book

The discourse of security: language, illiberalism and governmentality

MacDonald, M. N., & Hunter, D. (2019). The discourse of security: language, illiberalism and governmentality. Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-97193-3

Journal Article

Reflection From The Perspective Of New Reflectors

Hunter, D. (2021). Reflection From The Perspective Of New Reflectors. Reflective practice, 22(2), 278-291. https://doi.org/10.1080/14623943.2021.1875207

Arguments for exception in US security discourse

Hunter, D., & MacDonald, M. N. (2017). Arguments for exception in US security discourse. Discourse and Society, 28(5), 493-511. https://doi.org/10.1177/0957926517710978

The emergence of a security discipline in the post 9-11 discourse of US security organisations

Hunter, D., & MacDonald, M. (2017). The emergence of a security discipline in the post 9-11 discourse of US security organisations. Critical Discourse Studies, 14(2), 206-222. https://doi.org/10.1080/17405904.2016.1268185

The idea as a mechanism in language teacher development

Hunter, D., & Kiely, R. (2016). The idea as a mechanism in language teacher development. Journal of Second Language Teaching and Research, 5(1), 37-61

Research interests

ELT Methodology

Discourse Analysis

Research Methodology

Postgraduate supervision

ELT

Discourse Analysis

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