David Nunan

David Nunan is Vice President for Academic Affairs at Anaheim University, California, Emeritus Professor at the University of Hong Kong, Professor in Education at the University of NSW, and Senior Academic Advisor to Global English Corporation in San Francisco. He has published over 100 scholarly books and articles on teacher education, curriculum development, classroom-based research and the teaching of grammar in the communicative classroom. Recent books include Task-Based Language Teaching (Cambridge University Press), Practical English Language Teaching: Grammar (McGraw-Hill), What is This Thing Called Language? (Palgrave Macmillan), with Phil Benson, Learners’ Stories Difference and Diversity in Language Learning (Cambridge University Press) and with Kathi Bailey, Exploring Second Language Classroom Research (Cengage/Heinle). His latest publication, co-edited with Julie Choi, is Language and Culture: Reflective Narratives and the Emergence of Identity, published by Routledge.