Career Roundtable Speaker: Eve Haque

The 2017 Career Roundtable is coming up this Friday, November 10. Find out more here. It’s not too late to register to attend here.

(Industry: Post-Graduate Education/Applied Linguistics/ESL)

Presentation Topic:

Going to Graduate School; Teaching ESL and other possible post-JET academic pathways:

JET can lay the foundations for exciting and interesting academic pathways that will lead to stimulating and rewarding careers.

JET Placement: Gifu-ken, 1992-1994

Bio: Eve Haque is Associate Professor in the Department of Languages, Literatures and Linguistics at York University and is currently a visiting professor in Canadian Studies at University College, University of Toronto, as well as the 2017/18 Lillian Robinson Visiting Scholar at the Simone de Beauvoir Institute at Concordia University.  Her research and teaching interests focus on language policy, ethnolinguistic nationalism, and language training regimes for immigrants.  Eve Haque has supervised approximately 20 PhD and MA students, as well as over 20 research assistants over a range of research projects she has led over the past decade.  She currently sits on the Advisory board for the Canadian Association of Cultural Studies.  In addition to many book chapters, she has also published in a range of journals.  

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