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Dr Emma Brooks
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  • Honorary Research Fellow
  • IOE - Culture, Communication & Media
  • UCL Institute of Education

My research interests include translanguaging, health communication, superdiversity and the dominance of English as a global language: I have a particular interest in linguistic ethnography and the role of language in facilitating (in)equality.

Research Summary

I am a lecturer at UCL Institute of Education, where I work in the Department of Culture, Communication and Media. I received my PhD in Applied Linguistics from UCL Institute of Education, following an MA in English, Globalisation and Language Policy. My professional background is as an ESOL tutor, working with (un)settled migrants in London.

Teaching Summary

I have over fifteen years experience as an ESOL teacher, working in adult education and community settings. During my time at UCL, I have contributed to the following modules: Dissertation Module (AL/TESOL, MA); Migration and Health (BASc undergraduate); Legal & Ethical Aspects of Women's Health (EGA Institute for Women's Heath, MA).

Academic Background
2013   Master of Arts University College London
1989   Bachelor of Arts Bristol Polytechnic
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