Other publications

Contributions to professional journals

(Entries in this section are peer-reviewed, unless marked with an asterisk)

  • Kostoulas, A. (2017). Developing teacher research competence: Simpler than you think, more necessary than you realise. ETAS Journal 35(1), 25-28.
  • Kostoulas, A. & Lämmerer, A. (2016) Doing CLIL in the primary school. TESOL Greece Newsletter 129, 30-35.*
  • Kostoulas, A. (2011). From applying Theory to theorising practice: constructing small-t theories in Greek ELT. Aspects Today 32, 14-21.

Book Reviews

(Entries in this section are not peer-reviewed. All reviews appeared in The Linguist List)

  • Review of Ortega, L. & Z.-H. Han (Eds) (2017) Complexity Theory and Language Development. Amsterdam: John Benhamins. (February 2019)
  • Review of Kachru, B. B. (2017) World Englishes and Culture Wars. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. (August 2017)
  • Review of Akbarov, A. (ed) (2015) The Practice of Foreign Language Teaching: Theories and Applications. Newcastle-Upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishers. (May 2016)
  • Review of Dunworth K. & Qiao Zhang, G. (eds) (2014) Critical Perspectives on Language Education: Austrialia and the Asia Pacific. Berlin: Springer. (July 2015)
  • Review of Garcia Mayo, M., Gutierrez Mangado, M. J. & Martinez Adrian, M. (eds) (2013) Contemporary Approaches to Second Language Acquisition. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.
  • Review of Shehadeh, A. & Coombe, C. A. (Eds) (2012). Task-based Language Teaching in Foreign Language Contexts: Research & Implementation.
    Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Other

(Entries in this section are not peer-reviewed)

Mangaphas P. K. and Papadopoulos, V. G. (2005). The Historical Archives of the Foundation for Research in Northern Epirus. Ioannina: FRNE.

  • I translated selected sections from Modern Greek into English.
  • I was also involved in the project by designing the database that was used to index the archival data.

Kostoulas, A. (2005). The 1973 Arab-Israeli war [in Greek]. Stratiotikê Epitheorisê [Military Review]. Athens: Hellenic Army General Staff.

  • Study commissioned by the official journal of the Hellenic Army General Staff.

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