English-Medium Instruction in Japanese Higher Education: Policy, Challenges and Outcomes (edited volume with H. Brown), Multilingual Matters, (2017).
Teaching Subject-content Through English: CLIL and EMI Courses in the Japanese University. In P. Wadden & C.C. Hale (Eds.), Teaching English at Japanese Universities: A New Handbook. New York: Routledge, 2018, pp. 103-108. (with H. Brown)
Introduction: English-medium Instruction in Japanese Higher Education. In A. Bradford & H. Brown (Eds.), English-medium Instruction in Japanese Higher Education: Policy, Challenges and Outcomes, Bristol, UK: Multilingual Matters, 2017, pp. xvii-xxiii (with H. Brown)
ROAD-MAPPING English-medium Instruction in Japan. In A. Bradford & H. Brown (Eds.), English-Medium Instruction in Japanese Higher Education: Policy, Challenges and Outcomes, Bristol, UK: Multilingual Matters, 2017, pp. 3-13 (with H. Brown)
Final thoughts: Have We Seen this Before? The Information Technology Parallel. In A. Bradford & H. Brown (Eds.), English-Medium Instruction in Japanese Higher Education: Policy, Challenges and Outcomes, Bristol, UK: Multilingual Matters, 2017, pp. 283-288 (with H. Brown)
It’s Not all About English! The Problem of Language Foregrounding in English-medium Programmes in Japan. Journal of Multilingual and Multicultural Development, Online first, 2018.
Expanding Interests: Report on the Plenary Panel. Pan SIG Journal 2017, 2018, pp. 234-240. (with T. McIlroy, T. Aoyama, N. Naganuma & N. Ozeki)
Undergraduate English-medium Instruction in Japan: Policy and implementation. Humanities and Social Sciences Bulletin Meiji University [人文科学論集], No. 64, 2018, pp. 65-76.
English-medium Instruction and the Information Technology Parallel in Japanese Higher Education. International Higher Education, 92(Winter), 2018, pp. 24-25 (with H. Brown)
EMI, CLIL, & CBI: Differing Approaches and Goals. In P. Clements, A. Krause, & H. Brown (Eds.), Transformation in Language Education, Tokyo: JALT, 2017, pp. 1-7. (with H. Brown)
Barriers to Japanese Student Mobility. The Bulletin of Arts and Sciences Meiji University, No. 523, 2017, pp. 99-118.
The US-Japan Alliance: The Keystone for a Regional Higher Education Cooperative Architecture, In B. Glosserman, J. Gardner, & S. Henriet (Eds.), The US-Japan Partnership as a Regional Problem-Solving Mechanism. Issues & Insights, Hawaii: Pacific Forum CSIS, 2016, 16(13) pp. 1-2.
Teaching Content Through the Medium of English: Faculty Perspectives, P. Clements, A. Krause, & H. Brown (Eds.), Focus on the Learner, Tokyo: JALT, 2016, pp. 433-438.
Toward a Typology of Implementation Challenges Facing English-medium Instruction in Higher Education: Evidence from Japan, Journal of Studies in International Education, 20(4), 2016, pp. 339-356.
Changing Trends in Japanese Students Studying Abroad, International Higher Education, 83, Special Issue 2015, pp.22-23.
Japanese Student Perspectives Towards Study Abroad, The Bulletin of Arts and Sciences Meiji University, No. 510, 2015, pp.107-125.
Womenomics: Solution for Japan’s Decline? (with Kiyota, T, et al.)
PacNet 8, Pacific Forum CSIS, January 27, 2015.
Abeducation: New Opportunity for US-Japan Ties?
The Diplomat, July 29, 2013.
English-medium Degree Programs in Japanese Universities: Learning from the European Experience, Asian Education and Development Studies, 2(3), 2013, pp.225-240.
Challenges in Adopting English-taught Degree Programs, International Higher Education, 69(Fall), 2012, pp.8-10.
Develop Cross-cultural Competence (with J.F. Bradford), U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings, 134(3), 2008, pp.78-79.
Language, Society and the New Englishes: Implications for the Second Language Classroom, The Bulletin of Yokohama City University Humanities, 59(3) 2008, pp.99-119.
Motivational Orientations in Under-researched FLL Contexts: Findings from Indonesia, RELC Journal, 38(3), 2007, pp.302-323.
Review of the Book: International Education Policy in Japan in an Age of Globalisation and Risk, by Robert W. Aspinall (2013), JALT Journal, 37(1), 2015, pp.59-62.
Review of the Book: Tips for Teaching Culture: Practical Approaches to Intercultural Communication by A. C. Wintergerst & J. McVeigh (2011), InterCom: The Newsletter of the Intercultural Communication Interest Section, TESOL International.
Review of the Book Chapter: The Need to Understand ESL Students’ Native Language Writing Experiences, by Y. R. Dong (2001), Glau G. R. & Duttagupta, C. (Eds.), The Bedford Bibliography for Teachers of Basic Writing (3rd ed.), Boston: Bedford, 2010, pp.138-139.