Gallagher-Brett, A. and J.Canning (2011 )   Disciplinary disjunctures in the transition from secondary school to higher education study of Modern Foreign Languages: A case study from the UK. Arts and Humanities in Higher Education, 10 (2), pp. 171-188 PDF

Canning, J. and A. Gallagher-Brett (2010) Building a bridge to pedagogic research: teaching social science research methods to humanities practitioners. Journal of Applied Research in Higher Education, 2, (2), pp.3-9  PDF

Canning, J (2010) Translating words into action and actions into words: Sustainability in Languages, Linguistics and Area Studies curricula,” In P. Jones, D. Selby and S. Sterling (eds.) Sustainability Education: Perspectives and Practice Across Higher Education (London: Earthscan).

Canning, J. (2010). The invisible developers? Academic coordinators in the UK Subject Centre Network. Teaching in Higher Education, 15(4), 461-466. PDFdoi:10.1080/13562517.2010.493330

Bernasek, L and Canning, J. (2009) Influences on the Teaching of Arabic and Islamic Studies in UK Higher Education: connections and disconnections. Arts and Humanities in Higher Education 8 (3), 259-275.PDFdoi:10.1177/1474022209339954

Canning, J. (2009). A skill or a discipline? An examination of employability and the study of modern foreign languages. Journal of Employability and the Humanities 3. Available from: PDF

Canning, J. (2008) Motivations for volunteering on heritage railways. Self-published  Download

Canning, J. (2008). Five years on: the language landscape in 2007. Southampton, UK, Subject Centre for Languages, Linguistics and Area Studies, 16pp PDFDownload

Canning, J. (2007). Pedagogy as a discipline: emergence, sustainability and professionalisation. Teaching in Higher Education, 12(3), 393-403. PDFdoi:10.1080/13562510701278757

Croucher,  K., J. Canning, and J. Gawthrope (2007) Here be dragons? Enterprising graduates in the humanities. (Southampton: Subject Centre for Languages, Linguistics and Area Studies). PDFDownload

Canning, J. (2005). Disciplinarity: a barrier to quality assurance? The UK experience of area studies, Quality in Higher Education 11 (1), pp.37-46. PDFdoi:10.1080/13538320500074931

Canning, J. (2005). Placing Quebec nationalisms: Constructing English identities in Quebec’s Eastern Townships, British Journal of Canadian Studies 18 (1), pp. 120-136. PDFdoi:10.3828/bjcs.18.1.6

Canning, J. (2005). Building the Quebec nation: A geographical approach. In C. Morgan and C. Rolfe, Focus on Quebec 3: Essays on Quebecois Culture and Society (Edinburgh: BACS/ Le Grefc) pp.20-29

Canning, J. (2004). Nationalism(s) as local practice(s). Re-examining Quebec nationalisms in the Eastern Townships. In D. Ramsey & C. Bryant, (eds.) The Structure and Dynamics of Rural Territories: Geographical Perspectives. (Brandon MB: Rural Development Institute) pp. 43-61.

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