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Cite chapter How to cite? His publications include a book on EFL for blind learners. In addition, he has been working as an assessment and evaluation consultant and has participated in a number of test development projects in many parts of the world. His research interests include writing assessment, reading-writing connections, assessment literacy, and test validation. Her publications include work on theological influences in Freirian thought, the interconnection of Christian faith and ELT, and research on identity and interpersonal dynamics in church-sponsored language programs and online graduate education.

Her research focuses on critical approaches to culture, race, and language education. She is a co-editor of Race, culture, and identities in second language education: Exploring critically engaged practice and Demystifying career paths after graduate school: A guide for second language professionals in higher education Ahmar is keenly interested in the application of language sciences to developmental issues, with a particular focus on education. His primary research interest is on an examination of policies, practices, and implications of language variation in local and global contexts.

In pursuing this goal, Ahmar draws from and contributes to a range of linguistics and applied linguistics traditions, theories, and methodologies.

His primary research area is in critical theories and their potential implementation across English Language Teaching contexts. Saeed Nazari is a doctoral student and teaching assistant in the Department of Curriculum and Pedagogy at the University of British Columbia where he intends to theorize a learner-centered curriculum in what personalized voices are valued. As a Muslim educator, Saeed is interested in inter-faith dialogue to bring about mutual understanding to the Abrahamic religions and peace to the world.

Kassim A. His professional experience includes university teaching, research, ESL teacher training, program design and program evaluation, and curriculum development. His research interests cover a wide range of topics: language planning and language policy, ethnolinguistic vitality, multilingualism, attitudes and motivation, assessment, and cooperative learning in ESL.

He has published numerous articles in international journals and given conference presentations worldwide on these topics. His current focus in research is on language policies in the Arab world and their impact on social, economic, and educational development. His interests include various discourse analytic and qualitative research methods in studying topics of language ideology and identity in sociolinguistics and English pedagogy.

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He has published on pedagogy, social justice, and intercultural learning and the intersections of Christian practice and educational practice. Her research interests include social class and gender issues in second language education, critical and feminist pedagogies, postcolonial theory, and the use of personal narrative in academic research and writing. She is the author of Interrogating Privilege, co-editor of Writing for Scholarly Publication, and co-author of Ethical Issues for ESL Faculty, as well as author of many journal articles, chapters, and conference papers.

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  • He was a founding editor of the journal Applied Linguistics and for thirty years acted as applied linguistics adviser to Oxford University Press. He has lectured and written extensively on applied linguistics, discourse analysis and language teaching.

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    I Mary would like to thank Mark Stanton, Jennifer Walsh, and Richard Robison for encouragement and release time and for the writer retreats in Malibu to work on this book. Ahmar would also like to thank his students and colleagues for their support and engagement with his work and projects. We would also like to thank the contributors to this volume for their patience and willingness to take on such a challenging project.

    We would like to specially thank Eve Courtney for helping us copy-edit and prepare this volume for submission. Special thanks also to our editors at Multilingual Matters who were understanding as contributors joined and left the project and for allowing time for the volume to evolve. Suhanthie Motha, University of Washington, USA This anthology is a relevant and insightful guide, addressing concerns about teacher identity, critical pedagogy and classroom practices. It is a useful pedagogical resource and provides encouragement to those of us who promote interfaith dialogue and understanding in our classes.

    The chapters broaden a topic which has traditionally focused on Christianity by including Buddhist, Hindu, Muslim and non-religious perspectives. They address the ways in which faith and ELT intersect in the realms of teacher identity, pedagogy and the context and content of ELT, and explore a diverse range of geographical contexts, making use of a number of different research methodologies.