Kimberley Brown

Professor

Office of Academic Innovation's Faculty-in-Residence for Culturally Responsive Teaching

Kim Brown, PhD Applied Linguistics

Contact

(503) 725-8194
brownk@pdx.edu
Ph.D. Second Languages and Cultures Education, University of Minnesota 1988M.A. TESOL, University of Minnesota 1978Teaching Certificate (MN) French and Social Studies, Macalester College 1975B.A. Geography, French, and Anthropology, Macalester College 1974

Courses Taught

  • INTL 201: Introduction to International and Global Studies
  • LING 391: Introduction to Applied Linguistics
  • LING 407: Senior Seminars: Historiography of Applied Linguistics, Linguistic Human Rights [INTL], Food Security [INTL]
  • LING 435/535: Theories and Practice in Applied Linguistics
  • LING 471/571: Understanding the International Experience
  • LING 475/575: Curriculum Design and Materials Development in TESOL
  • LING 477/577: TESOL Methods I 
  • LING 478/578: TESOL Methods II
  • LING 481/581: World Englishes

Research Interest

  • Intercultural Competence Assessment

Representative Publications

  • Smallman, S. & Brown, K.  (in press). Introduction to International and Global Studies. Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press. (2nd edition, 2015).
  • Baumgardner, R. & Brown, K. (2012). English and Advertising in Iran. World Englishes, 31(3) 292-311. doi: 10.1111/j.1467-971X.2012.01761.x
  • Brown, K. and LeVelle, K.  (2007). Reconfiguring the TESOL methods sequence.  In B. Johnston & K. Walls (Eds.), Voice and vision in language teacher education:  Selected papers from the fourth international conference on language teacher education (pp. 205-224).  Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press.
  • Brown, K. (2006).  Models, methods, and curriculum. In Y. Kachru & C. Nelson (Eds.), Handbook of world Englishes. Oxford, England: Oxford University Press.
  • Brown, K.  (2003-2006). World Englishes in TESOL programs:  An infusion model of curricular innovation. In D. Hall & A. Hewings (Eds.), Innovation in English language teaching (pp. 108 -117).  New York: Routledge. Reprinted with permission from (1993). World Englishes, 12(1), 59-73.