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    Aiden Yeh, PhD

葉佰賢      

Associate Professor, English Department & Graduate Studies 

Wenzao Ursuline University of Languages, Taiwan

Phone: +886938392852; Email: aidenyeh@yahoo.com

http://c015.wzu.edu.tw/front/bin/ptlist.phtml?Category=225 

ORCID ID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-3061-0438 

Scopus Author ID: 57192885410

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Dr. Aiden Yeh is an Associate Professor at Wenzao Ursuline University of Languages, Taiwan where she teaches Linguistics and Academic Writing for undergraduate students, and Discourse Analysis and Pragmatics in the graduate program. She also serves as a thesis advisor for grad and post-grad students doing research on migration discourse, political discourse, racism and minority in linguistics. She's also the Academic Advisor for the Southeast Asian Studies Program. Her current research interests focus on corpus critical discourse analysis, migration discourse, English varieties, semiotics and linguistic landscapes, & pedagogical issues in higher education. She is a member of the editorial board for Technology in Language Teaching and Learning Journal (Castledown Publishers),  co-Series Editor for English and Migration in the Routledge Resources Online, and International Journal of Language and Literary Studies. She's also a reviewer for The Asia-Pacific Education Researcher (TAPE) Journal, Asian English Journal, English Today, UST's Asian Journal of English Language Studies (AJELS), and the Philippine Journal of LinguisticsShe is  a member of the executive board of the International Association for Migration Linguistics (IAML).

 

She has published chapters in various book publications (e.g. TESOL, Pearson Longman, Oxford University Press, British Council Publication, and IATEFL Publication), articles in ELT magazines, and papers in refereed journals

She has regularly presented at conferences across Europe, North & South America, and Asia. She received her PhD in Applied Linguistics from the University of Birmingham, UK, and her MSc in ELT Management from the University of Surrey, UK. 

 

She served as the Director of Academic Cooperation & Exchange Section of the Office of International & Cross-Strait Cooperation (OICC) from 2015-2020. She has also served as Chair of the Non-native English Speakers in TESOL Interest Section, lead coordinator of the TESOL Electronic Village Online.

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