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Liaquat Channa is an educational linguist and interested in areas such as language and education, hidden curriculum and language textbooks, language teacher identity, language in education policy and planning, and, English as a/the medium of instruction explored through qualitative and mixed methods approaches in postcolonial contexts in general and Pakistan in particular. He is a Fulbright Alumnus. He completed his PhD on Fulbright scholarship in Language and Literacy Education with concentration on teaching English to speakers of other languages (TESOL) and World Language Education from the University of Georgia, US. He holds an M.Ed. in English Language Teaching (ELT) from the University of Glasgow, UK, and, an M.A in English from the University of Sindh, Pakistan (Silver Medalist). He currently serves the Department of English as a Professor in Balochistan University of I.T, Engineering and Management Sciences (BUITEMS), Quetta, Pakistan. His research is published in well-reputed journals including Language Problems and Language Planning, International Journal of Applied Linguistics, Current Issues in Language Planning, Asian Englishes, World Englishes, Canadian Journal of Applied Linguistics, and Journal of Language and Cultural Education.

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