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James D'Angelo 教授
研究室:14号館2階215室
内線番号:6215
E-mail::
dangelo@lets.chukyo-u.ac.jp
オフィスアワー:火2限、水2限
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≪Profile≫

I was born in 1959 in New Haven, Connecticut, USA.  After working in local government from 1982 – 1985, I worked in business, with John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co. as a Systems Analyst from 1985 – 1994, before moving to Japan to teach in 1994.  I have now been in Japan for 16 years.

≪Educational Background≫

I received a BA. in Economics from Trinity College, Hartford, Connecticut, USA, an MBA with high honors from Boston University, and a Masters in Bilingual/ESL Studies from the University of Massachusetts.  I am currently enrolled in the Doctoral Program at in the School of Languages, North-West University, Vaal Triangle, South Africa.

≪Research Area≫

I am interested in educated varieties of English in Expanding Circle contexts, and in the role of English in curriculum development at the tertiary level in the Outer and Expanding Circles.  My doctoral work is on the synthesis of a new model that combines aspects  of WEs and EIL / English as a Lingua Franca for a new pedagogical paradigm that best fits the Japan context. I am part of the team building the ASEAN+3-based Asian Corpus of English (ACE) with Dr. Andy Kirkpatrick of Hong Kong Institute of Education, in charge of the Japan component.
What follows is a shortened version of my academic activity.

≪Book Chapters≫

1. WEs-informed EIL Curriculum: Towards a Functional, Educated Outcome, In Matsuda, Aya (ed.) Teaching English as an International Language. Arizona State U. Press. (forthcoming) 2011.

2. Curriculum and World Englishes: Additive Language Learning (ALL) as Culture, Context and Goal.  English in Southeast Asia: Features, Policy and Language in Use. Low, E.L. and A. Hashim, eds., Amsterdam: John Benjamins, Varieties of English around the World Series (VEAW), E. Schneider editor (forthcoming) 2010 .

≪Articles≫

1. The WEs Paradigm in Curriculum Development: the Exonormative~Endonormative Debate Resolved. Journal of Linguistics Society of the Philippines: Proceedings of 15th IAWE Conference. (forthcoming) 2010.

2. The Japan Context and the Expanding Circle: A Kachruvian Response to Debbie Ho. Asian Englishes, vol. 11, no. 2, pp.64-75, Winter 2008.

3. WEs and ELFs: There's room for both in a new model (essay) , Asian Englishes, vol. 10, no. 2, Winter 2007.

4. Educated Japanese English: expanding oral/aural core vocabulary. World Englishes, Volume 24, No. 3, August 2005.

5. A vision for world Englishes in the Expanding Circle (with S. Sakai). World Englishes, Volume 24, No. 3, August 2005.

6. World Englishes and Critical Thinking.  Chukyo Daigaku Kokusai Eigo Gakubu Kiyo, No. 1, December 2002 .

7. Using the Socratic Method in Japan. Nagoya City University, Journal of Humanities and Social Seiences, No.9, 2000.

≪Reviews≫

1. "Developmental World Englishes and Phillipson Continued." Asian Englishes, vol.13. no. 1, Summer 2010. Pp. 78-81.

2.
The 15th IAWE—Form Follows Function. Asian Englishes, vol. 12, no. 2, pp. 94-109. Winter 2010.

3.Nobuyuki Honna: English as a Multicultural Language in Asian Contexts: Issues and Ideas. World Englishes 28(4). Pp. 555-557.  

4.The 14th IAWE—Mapping the Exploding Multilingual Feature Pool. Asian Englishes, vol. 11, no. 2, pp. 94-105. Winter 2008 .

5. JACET ’04 Keynote Speakers: World Englishes goes Mainstream. Asian Englishes, Vol. 8, no. 1, Summer 2005.

6. Salikoko Mufwene on Global English: Myths and Facts. Chukyo Daigaku Kokusai Eigo Gakubu Kiyo, No. 6, March 2005.

≪Presentations≫

1. 16th IAWE Conference. “WEs-informed EIL Curriculum at Chukyo: Towards a functional, educated outcome” paper for Panel organized by Aya Matsuda, at Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, July 25-27 2010.

2. 26th 全国大会日本「アジア英語」学会,chair for panel on "The possibility of Japanese English", and presented paper, Japan English: Refocusing the Discussion. "Kobe Design University, July 3, 2010.

3. Faculty Development Forum, Nagoya University, “Native Speaker’s view of Liberal Arts Education.”  Scheduled for March 13th, 2010.

4. 15th IAWE Conference 2009. “The WEs Paradigm in Curriculum Development: The Japan Context & the Exonormative~Endonormative Debate Resolved.”October 24, 2009, Cebu Island.

5. 13th IAWE Conference 2007.  “Japanese Universities in Crisis: Learning from Outer Circle Asia.” University of Regensburg, October 4-6, 2007.

6.  21st JAFAE Conference. (2007) "World Englishes and the Well-educated Person."
Paper delivered at 日本アジア英語学会全国大会 Kyoto Koka Woman's University, June 30, 2007.

7.  21st JAFAE Conference (2007). 日本アジア英語学会全国大会 Chair of Panel entitled “The Future of Asian Englishes.” With presenters: Nobuyuki Hino, Ma. Lourdes Bautista, Renu Gupta.
Kyoto Koka Woman’s University, June 30, 2007.

8. 12th IAWE Conference 2006.  “World Englishes, Allan Bloom, and University Education.” Chukyo University, Japan, October, 2006.

9. 11th IAWE Conference 2005.  “The Educated Variety of  Japanese English: Building a Power Vocabulary.” Purdue University, USA, July 2005.

10. 10th IAWE Conference 2004.  “Educated Japanese English: Expanding Oral/Aural Core Vocabulary.” Syracuse University, USA, July 2004.

≪Edited Materials≫

1. Chukyo University Faculty Development Roundtable Series, 公開授業をめぐる相談会, November 2005.

2. Editor, (with G. French). PROCEEDINGS – First Annual Conference on World Englishes in the Classroom. Chukyo University. 2003.

≪Administrative Positions≫

Chair, Graduate Course, Chukyo University Department of World Englishes (beginning April 2010)

≪Academic Boards≫

Member of Editorial Board, Asian Englishes (Academic Journal) published by ALC Press, Inc., Tokyo.  Chief Editor, Nobuyuki Honna.

日本「アジア英語」学会理事会  -On board of directors of JAFAE, the Japan Associaton for Asian Englishes, effective April 2009.

≪Conference Organizer≫

IAWE 2006 Conference – Co-Chair.  Chukyo University, Nagoya, Japan.