Dr Jules Winchester
|Post:||Tutorial Fellow (Sussex Centre for Language Studies)|
|Location:||Arts A A043|
|International:||+44 1273 876564|
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PhD Linguistics (Roehampton University), MA Applied Linguistics and ELT (King's College, London), BA German (Southampton University); PGCert HE (University of Sussex), Dip RSA TEFLA (Hammersmith and West London College, London)
Jules Winchester has been a Tutorial Fellow in English Language Teaching at the Sussex Centre for Language Studies since August 2009. She teaches on a wide variety of the English Language courses offered by the department, and currently co-supervises four PhD students.
Prior to working at the University of Sussex, Jules was a Lecturer in ESOL at Middlesex University and a Visiting Lecturer in Linguistics at Roehampton University. Before teaching at universities, Jules taught English as a Foreign Language in Japan, Spain, Greece, USA, and UK.
Jules' research interests include intercultural communication, linguistic politeness, language use and identity, and intercultural teaching and learning.
Jules has given numerous presentations on the subject of linguistic politeness, intercultural communication, research methodology, language use and identity.
Recent and forthcoming conference presentations/lectures:
The Communication of Contrition: The Language of Global Companies Post-Crisis (co-presented with Simon Williams) at the University of Portsmouth, May 2012
Analysing the Language Use of Global Companies Post-Crisis: Insights from an Interdisciplinary Approach (co-presented with Simon Williams) at Canterbury Christchurch University, July 2012
Narratives and Accounts: 'Post-Crisis’ Narration in Annual Company Reports (co-presented with Simon Williams) at CercleS conference at LSE, September 2012
You're 'avin a Giraffe!: Conversational Humour in Intercultural Encounters - open lecture given as part of SCLS's Language and Culture series, March 2013
What's so funny? Humour and Intercultural Communication at Cross-Cultural Pragmatics at a Crossroads Conference, University of East Anglia, June 2013
(2009) The Self Concept, Culture and Cultural Identity: An Examination of the Verbal Expression of the Self Concept in an Intercultural Context. The Linguistics Journal, Special Edition 1: 63-81
(2012) Symposium on identity in language teaching and learning. T. Pattison (Ed). IATEFL 2011 Brighton Conference Selections. Canterbury: IATEFL
(2012)The Potential Impact of the Teacher on Student Identities in the Classroom in an English Language Teaching Context. TESOL Journal DOI: 10.1002/tesj.64
Jules is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and a member of BAAL.
I have an office hour at the following time during the spring term:
Please email me in advance to make an appointment if at all possible.
Please note that I do not work on Fridays.
Winchester, Jules (2012) The potential impact of the teacher on student identities in the classroom in an English language teaching context. TESOL Journal. ISSN 1949-3533