2017 Chinese translation of Cultural Globalization and Language Education, Beijing: Beijing Language and Culture University Press
2016 The decolonial option in English teaching: Can the subaltern act? TESOL Quarterly, 50, 1, 66-85 (pdf).
2015 Foreword. In Swan, A., P. Aboshiha & A. Holliday (eds.) (En) Countering Native Speakerism: Global Perspective. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
2013 Afterword: Rethinking global perspectives and local initiatives in language teaching. In S. Ben Said & L. J. Zhang (Eds.). LanguageTeachers and Teaching: Global Perspectives and Local Initiatives. (pp. 317-323)  New York: Routledge. (pdf)
2012 Global Mandarin: Promoting Chinese language and culture in an age of globalization. Journal of Chinese Language Studies, Volume 8, December 2012, pp. 1-6. (pdf)
2012 Individual identity, cultural globalization and teaching English as an international language: The case for an epistemic break. In Alsagoff, L., Renandya, W., Hu, Guangwei & McKay, S. (eds.). Teaching English as an International Language: Principles and Practices (pp. 9-27). New York: Routledge (pdf)
2008a The other side of Othering. Independence, 43, Spring 2008, pages 17-18.
2008b Globalizacion cultural y educacion del lenguaje. In Gabriela Adriana Elizondo Regalado (Ed.). Dialogos: Forum Universal de las Culturas. Lenguaje, Cultura Y Educacion, (pp. 73-89). Forum Universal de las Culturas Monterrey 2007. Fondo Editorial de Nuevo Leon.
2006a Learner perception of learning tasks. ITL – International Journal of Applied Linguistics, Special volume on Task-based language teaching, 152, 121-151. (pdf)
2006b Dangerous Liaison:  Globalization, Empire and TESOL. In Julian Edge (Ed.). (Re)Locating TESOL in an Age of Empire (pp. 1-32). London: Palgrave/Macmillan. (pdf)
2006c TESOL methods: Changing tracks; challenging trends. Invited Paper for the 40th Anniversary issue. TESOL Quarterly, 40, 1, 59-81. (pdf)
2006d Applied linguistics in an age of globalization. Translated and published in Portuguese as “A linguistica aplicada na era da globalizacao.” In Luiz Paulo da Moita Lopes (Ed.). Por Uma Linugistica Aplicada Indisciplinar (pp. 129-148). Sao Paulo: Brazil, Parabola Editorial. (The original English version is attached)
2005 Deconstructing applied lingusitics: A postcolonial perspective. In Maximina Freire (Ed.) Linguistica Applicada Comtemporaneidade (pp. 25-37). Sao Paulo, Brazil: Pontese Editores.
2003a Problematizing cultural stereotypes in TESOL, TESOL Quarterly. 37:4:709-719.
2003b A postmethod perspective on English language Teaching. World Englishes. 22:4:539-550. (pdf)
2002a Method, antimethod, postmethod. In Alan Pulverness (Ed.) IATEFL 2002 Conference Selections (pp. 11-22). London: International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language.
2002b From coloniality to globality: (Re) visioning English language teaching in India. Indian Journal of Applied Linguistics. 28:3:45-61.
2002c Paying attention to inter- in intercultural communication.  TESOL Journal. 11:1:3-4.
2001 Toward a postmethod pedagogy. TESOL Quarterly. 35:4:537-560 (pdf)
1999a Critical classroom discourse analysis. TESOL Quarterly. 33:3:453-484. (pdf)
1999b Theorising practice, practising theory: The role of classroom observation. In Hugh Trappes-Lomax & Ian McGrath (eds.). Theory in Language Teacher Eduation (pp. 33-45). London: Longman.
1996 Maximizing learning ptential in the communicative classroom. In T. Hedge & N. Whitney (Eds.) Power, Pedagogy & Practice (pp. 241-153). Oxford: Oxford University Press. Reprint of the 1993 article appeared in ELT Journal, 47:1:12-21.
1995a A multidimensional model for peer evaluation of teaching affectiveness. Journal on Excellence in College Teaching. 6:3:95-114
1995b Students as experts: tapping the cultural/linguistic diversity of the classroom. Journal on Excellence in College Teaching. 6:2:99-112. (With Bean and Lowenberg)
1995c Author Responds. TESOL Quarterly Forum 29:1:177-180. (Response to a critique of my 1994 TESOL Quarterly article on The Postmethod Condition).
1994a The postmethod condition: (E)merging strategies for second/foreign language teaching. TESOL Quarterly 28:1:27-48 (pdf)
1994b Intake factors and intake processes in adult language learning. Applied Language Learning 5:1:33-71.
1993a Maximizing learning potential in the communicative classroom. ELT Journal, 47:1:12-21.
1993b The name of the task and the task of naming: methodological. aspects of task based pedagogy In G. Crookes and S. Gass (eds.). Tasks in a pedagogical context (pp. 69-96). Clevedon Avon: Multilingual Matters.
1992 Macrostrategies for the Second/Foreign Language Teacher. The Modern Language Journal, 76:1:41-49.
1991a Language learning tasks: teacher intention and learner interpretation. ELT Journal, 45:2:98-107
1991b Towards a hierarchy of grammar learning. Amritavalli, R., A. Bhalla, S.M. Gupta, P. Ramani and V. Sasikumaran (eds.). A Carnival for the Grammar (pp. 102-124). Madras: Macmillan.
1990 Ethnic variation in classroom interaction: myth or reality? RELC Journal, 21:45-54.
1988 Communication strageties and psychological processes in interlanguage written discourse. International Review of Applied Linguistics, 26:4:309-319.
1986 Some Issues in the teaching of writing from a safe rule/interlanguage perspective. In R.P. Bhatnagar (eds.). Rajasthan University Studies in English. (pp. 47-57). Rajasthan University (With Larry Selinker).