Dr. Fan Fang obtained his PhD from the Centre for Global Englishes, the University of Southampton, the UK and a MA from the University of Leeds, the UK. He is currently Associate Professor at College of Liberal Arts, Shantou University, China. His research interests include Global Englishes, applied linguistics, sociolinguistics, language attitude, identity, intercultural communication, teacher education and language teaching and learning.
Dr. Fan Fang has published articles in journals including Asia Pacific Journal of Education, Asian Englishes, ELT Journal, English Today, Language, Culture and Curriculum, Language Teaching Research, Lingua, RELC Journal, System, among others. He recently completed a British Council funded project (with Dr Will Baker) investigating the development of intercultural citizenship and its relationship to English language use among Chinese students in the UK.
(https://www.teachingenglish.org.uk/article/english-language-learners-intercultural-citizens). His latest books include a monograph titled Re-positioning accent attitude in the Global Englishes paradigm: A critical phenomenological case study in the Chinese context (Routledge) and an edited volume (co-edited with Dr. Handoyo Widodo) titled Critical Perspectives on Global Englishes in Asia: Language Policy, Curriculum, Pedagogy and Assessment (Multilingual Matters).