Christina Wolf

Lecturer in English Language and Literature
Readson House
I am a lecturer, researcher, and teacher educator. My academic interests lie in the interdisciplinary field of English literature and language, especially in the roles of fiction reading in the process of language learning. In the field of literary studies, my expertise is in Shakespeare but I am also interested in the development of Tolkien Studies.

Publications

  • Wolf, C.K. 2019. Introduction. In Shakespeare, W. and Ellis, D.J. (Ed), Macbeth. London: Helbling.
  • Wolf, C.K. 2019. Introduction. In Shakespeare, W. and Ellis, D.J. (Ed), Hamlet. London: Helbling.
  • Wolf, C.K. 2019. Introduction. In Shakespeare, W. and Ellis, D.J. (Ed), Romeo and Juliet. London: Helbling.
  • Lima, C. 2015. New technologies in SLTE: A virtual teacher development experience. In M. Beaumont & T. Wright (eds) Experiences of Second Language Teacher Education. Basingstoke: Palgrave.
  • Lima, M.C.B. and Lamy, M-N., 2013. Online reading groups and network dynamics. In M-N. Lamy and K. Zourou (eds.) Social Networking and Language Education. Basingstoke: Palgrave.
  • Lima, C. 2018. Teaching Shakespeare to international students. Teaching Shakespeare, Issue 14, pp.5-7.
  • Lima, C. 2017. Readers’ interactions in an online reading group. Language and Literacy, 19 (4), pp. 129-142.
  • Lima, C. 2013. Twenty-first century Shakespeare and ELT. ELT Journal, 68(2), pp. 192-195.
  • Lima, C. 2010. Selecting literary texts for language learning. Journal of NELTA, 15, 1-2, pp. 110-113.
  • Lima, C. 2010. The role of extensive reading in teacher education. The Teacher Trainer Journal, 24/3.
  • Lima, C. 2009. ELT and the challenges of the times. ELT Journal, 63/3.
  • Lima, C. 2018. Literature by Paran, A. and Robinson, P. (2016), Oxford University Press. ELT Journal, 72(2), pp. 226-227.
  • Lima, C. 2017. Literature in Language Education (2nd edition) by Hall, G. (2015), Palgrave. ELT Journal, 71(4), pp. 532-533.
  • Lima, C. 2016. Literature and Language Learning in the EFL Classroom by Terashimi, M., Saito, Y. & Wales, K. (2015), Palgrave. Children Literature in English Language Education, 3(2), pp.68-73.
  • Lima, C. 2015. Shakespeare’s English: A Practical Linguistic Guide by Johnson, K. (2013), Pearson. ELT Journal, 70(1), pp. 103-105.
  • Lima, C. 2013. Writing Poems, Writing Stories by Maley, A. & Mukudan, J. (2011), Pearson. ELT Journal, 67(1), pp. 147-150.
  • Lima, C. 2013. Reading and discussing literature online. In Pattison, T. (ed) IATEFL 2012 Glasgow Conference Selections. Canterbury: International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language.
  • Lima, C. 2011. The place of imagination in ELT teacher education. In Pattison, T. (ed) IATEFL 2010 Harrogate Conference Selections.Canterbury: International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language
  • Lima, C. 2010. Symposium on the art and artistry of ELT. In Beaven, B. (ed) IATEFL 2009 Cardiff Conference Selections. Canterbury: International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language.
  • Lima, C. 2009. Critical literacy: explore the possibilities. In Beaven, B. (ed) IATEFL 2008 Exeter Conference Selections. Canterbury: International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language.
  • Wolf, C and Wolf, E. 2020. Shakespeare's Library. Leicester: University of Leciester.

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