McDonough, T.D. and Reynolds, P. et al (forthcoming). Criticality From The Inside. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars.
McDonough, T.D. (2017 [forthcoming]). Review of Richardson (2017) British Fascism: A Discourse-Historical Analysis. Discourse and Society (TBC). London: Sage.
McDonough, T.D. (2017 [in review]). Legitimising the Market in the National Student Survey: An Experimental Approach to Critical Discourse Analysis. CADAAD (TBC).
McDonough, T.D. (2017). Review of Charteris-Black (2016) Fire Metaphors: Discourses of Awe and Authority. Discourse and Communication 11(6). London: Sage.
McDonough, T.D. (2017). Editorial: Creating a Third Space. PRISM I (1). pp. 8-20.
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McDonough, T.D. (2008). The New American Empire and the Electronic Revolution. East Lancashire Research Journal. Volume 1, Issue 2. (Winner of the Newsquest Award for Excellence in Research.)
McDonough, T.D. (2017). Imagining the Market: Simulation and Grounded Cognition. A Neoliberal Nightmare: Beyond the Populist Insurgence? A CDSS Network Seminar. University Centre at Blackburn College. 10th to 12th May, 2017.
McDonough, T.D. (2016b). Fields of Conceptual Coherence: Or How Making Sense “Makes Sense”. 6th UK Cognitive Linguistics Conference. Bangor University, Bangor, Gwynedd. 19th to 22nd July, 2016.
McDonough, T.D. (2016a). Cognitive Economies: The Entrenchment of the Market in the Discourse of Pedagogic Life. Critical Pedagogies, Power & Possibilities: Strategies for Difference and Solidarity in Contemporary Societies. A Cultural Difference and Social Solidarity Network Workshop. University Centre at Blackburn College, Blackburn. 18th to 20th May, 2016.
McDonough, T.D. (2015). The ‘General Peculiarity’ of Temporal Particularity. Time, Substance and Things. University of Paris VIII, Paris. 21st to 22nd May, 2015.
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McDonough, T.D. (2010). Nurturing Nature: Teaching Language as a Social Practice. Liverpool College Annual Research Conference. May 2010.
Invited Speaker: Cognitive Dynamite: Child Language Acquisition and the Developing Brain. Early Childhood Studies Symposium. UCBC. 24th November, 2016.
Hammond, C., Johnson, P. and McDonough, T. D. (2012-2013). Enhancing Employability Through Community Challenge. Higher Education Academy (HEA) Teaching Development Grant, 2012-2013.
Community Challenge: ‘Being Young’
Showcase of student work produced during the ‘Enhancing Employability through Community Challenge’ research project developed in conjunction with the Higher Education Academy. This particular strand focussed on the issues facing children and young people in the town of Blackburn, Lancashire.
Community Challenge: ‘Being Shadsworth’
Showcase of student work produced during the ‘Enhancing Employability through Community Challenge’ research project developed in conjunction with the Higher Education Academy. This particular strand focussed on the issues facing the local community in Shadsworth, Blackburn.