Seventh International Conference on Language Teacher Education, Minneapolis, May 19-21, 2011: Plenary Speaker.
TESL SK (Teaching English as a Subsequent Language in Saskatchewan)/ SK TEAL (Saskatchewan Teachers of English as an Additional Language) Annual Conference, May 13-14, 2011: Keynote speaker.
TESOL 45th Annual Convention, New Orleans, March 17-19, 2011. AAAL at TESOL: Colloquium on Social Justice in Language Teacher Education.
Canada-Wales Research Colloquium on Language Policy and Planning, March 10, 2011. Participants from Glendon College, University of Bangor, & University of Cardiff.
Second Seminar in Developing New Literacies in Cross-Cultural Contexts. University of São Paulo, Brazil; September 14-17, 2010.
TESOL 44th Annual Convention, Boston MA, March 24-27, 2010. Colloquium on Race and TESOL.
Brock University, St. Catherine’s, Ontario. Brock Applied Linguistics Speaker Series. January 29, 2010.
14th English in South East Asia (ESEA) Conference, 26-28 November 2009, Ateneo de Manila University, Philippines: Keynote Address.
2nd International Discourse and Cultural Practices Conference 2009 (July 7-9), Sydney, Australia. Colloquium on Lanaguge Teacher Education in the Age of Neoliberalism. Paper: Teaching For/Against market-Place Utility.
University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia (July, 2009). Public Lecture: Critical EAP and the Preparation of Transformative Practitioners: Pitfalls and Possibilities.
Ohio State University, Guest Lecture for a Doctoral Level Class (Studies in TESOL and Bilingual Education. 703.09) November 19, 2007: Critical Literacies and Pedagogies in Second language Education.
University of Hong Kong: Languages, Media, and Communication Constituent Theme/Critical Pedagogy Focus Group: Seminar: (Un)Critical Literacies on the Net: Culture Jamming and the Geopolitics of English, February 5, 2007. Workshop: Critical Literacies: Priorities and Practices in EFL and EAP Programs, February, 6, 2007.
Available at http://www.hku.hk/clear/morgan.html
University of California Davis, Dept. of Linguistics Guest Speaker series, October 17, 2006: Culture Jamming and the Geopolitics of English: Mixed Messages from the Net.
TESOL 40th Annual Convention, Tampa Bay, FL, March 15-19, 2006. Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Friends Caucus Colloquium: Intersectionality of Sexual Identities.
Keynote Address: TESL Peel, Halton, Etobicoke, Professional Development Day for Adult ESL/LINC Instructors. October 20, 2005.
4th International Conference on Language Teacher Education, Minneapolis, June 2-4, 2005. Pre-conference workshop: Critical literacies: Priorities and practices in English for academic purposes and community-based programs.
Canadian Association of Applied Linguistics Conference, University of Western Ontario, May 27-29, 2005. Symposium: Identity and language learning: Canadian contributions. Paper: Assessing Needs and New Identities in a Content-Based EAP Syllabus
Co-Presenter: 10th Annual Summer Institute, American University, Washington, D.C., July 9-11, 2004: Succeeding across educational discourses: Supporting nonnative-speaking students entering American colleges.
Keynote Address: 16th Annual Professional Development Day of the Adult Education Program. Toronto Catholic District School Board. February 17, 2003: Striving for excellence: A personal account.
Plenary: TESOL France—2002 Colloquium, Paris, November 18: Culture, identity and L2 pronunciation: An integrated approach.
TESOL 36th Annual Conference, Salt Lake City, April 10, 2002. Applied Linguistic Interest Section Academic Session. Paper: Critical media literacy and L2 writing.
Keynote Address: 2001 ESL Conference, Louisville, Kentucky, December 7, 2001: Negotiating teacher-student identities.
TESL Ontario Annual Conference, Toronto, Ontario, November 23, 2001. Research Symposium on Race, Culture and Language. Paper: Teacher-Student identities: Pitfalls and possibilities.
TESOL 35th Annual Conference, St. Louis, Feb. 28, 2001. Applied Linguistic Interest Section Academic Session. Paper: Exploring critical vocabulary pedagogies.
TESL Ontario Annual Conference, November 24, 2000. Research Symposium on Oral Skills/ Pronunciation. Paper: Language, identity, and ESL pronunciation: Expressing “who we are “ and “who we want to be.”
Refereed Conference Papers/Presentations
5th International Conference on Language Teacher Education, Minneapolis, June 1, 2007. Colloquium: Conceptual Roles in Language Teacher Preparation.
International Society for Language Studies, Honolulu, Hawaii, April 3rd, 2007. Paper: Bridging Differences: A Critical ESL Pedagogy for Peace and Justice Studies.
Peace and Justice Studies Association Conference, Manhattan College, New York, October 6, 2006: Imagining a Peace Curriculum in ESL/EAP.
CAAL/AAAL Conference, Montréal, July 17, 2006: Colloquium: Textual (ex)tensions: “Writing back” to neo-imperial contexts and ideologies. Paper: “Writing/imaging back”: Mixed messages from the Net."
CAAL/AAAL Conference, Montréal, July 18, 2006: Colloquium: Researching language identity. Discussant’s Paper: Assessing the “Buzz” around Language Teacher Identity.
TESOL 39th Annual Convention, San Antonio, Texas, March 30, 2005. Colloquium: Critical and community-oriented research in TESOL education. Paper: “The Way of Progress?” Tensions in top-down/bottom-up community ESL programming.
TESOL 38th Annual Conference, Long Beach, April 3, 2004. Colloquium: (Re)defining intercultural goals in teacher education.
Transformative Learning Centre/OISE Conference: Lifelong Citizenship Learning, Participatory Democracy and Social Change: Local and Global Perspectives. October 18, 2003. Paper: Competing visions of citizenship and language education in a curricular document: From committee-stage to curriculum-in-use.
3rd International Conference on Language Teacher Education, Minneapolis, May 31, 2003. Presentation/Discussion: Teaching teachers about culture and identity: Insights and blind spots.
TESOL 37th Annual Conference, Baltimore, March 26, 2003. Colloquium: Theorizing race in TESOL: Exploring critical practice. Paper: Teaching “white”: Identity and pedagogy in a community ESL program.
TESOL 37th Annual Conference, Baltimore, March 28, 2003. Colloquium: Multicultural perspectives on becoming published authors.
TESL Canada 2002, Regina, May 16, 2002. Paper: Revitalizing the essay in EAP settings.
University of Western Ontario Linguistics Conference, May 7, 2002. Paper: Critical media literacy: Challenges for community participation and advocacy in adult ESL.
TESOL 36th Annual Conference, Salt Lake City, Thursday, April 11. Colloquium: Critical media literacies in Adult ESOL.
TESOL 35th Annual Conference, St. Louis, Feb. 28, 2001. Colloquium: The Future of Critical ESL Pedagogy. Paper: Critical media literacy, information technology, and the Queen’s Park “riot.”
TESOL 35th Annual Conference, St. Louis, March 3, 2001. Colloquium: Teacher Identities in Language Teaching. Paper: Teacher identity as pedagogy.
TESL Canada 2000, Halifax, Sept. 30. Colloquium: Media and Critical Consciousness. Paper: Critical media literacy in EAP: The Queen’s Park “riot.”
TESOL 34th Annual Convention, Vancouver, March 16, 2000. Colloquium: TESOL pedagogy in its global context. Paper: Community-based ESL pedagogies: Words, referenda and critical citizenship.
TESOL 34th Annual Convention, Vancouver, March 16, 2000. Colloquium: Identity, language learning and classroom practice. Paper: Modals and memories.