Monday, December 20, 2010
Muhammad Ali Khan
Muhammad Ali Khan is an applied sociolinguist working as a senior instructor at the Centre of English Language, Institute for Educational Development, Aga Khan University. He works at the interface of language policy, textbook research, critical discourse analysis, globalisation and English language teaching in Pakistan. Besides this he is a member of a multilingual research group run by Professor Ingrid Piller and Dr Kimie Takahashi of Australia; a Language, Ideology and Power research group run by Professor Norman Fairclough and Professor Ruth Wodak at Lancaster University, UK; National Council of Academics; Irtiqa Institute for Social Sciences, Pakistan; and South Place Ethical Society, UK.