Faculty and staff

Asst. Prof. Dr. Pattamawan Jimarkon Zilli

ผศ.ดร. ปัทมวรรณ จิมากร ซิลลิ


BA in English from Thammasat University

MA in Reading Instruction from Confordia University, Illinois, USA

PhD in Education (English Language Teaching) University of Nottingham, UK


Bunsom, T. & Jimarkon, P. (2013). Rohingya? Worse than Dogs: a Discourse Analysis of Thai Online Gay Community?s Racist Attitudes towards Rohingya Immigrants. Conference Proceeding of 9th International Conference on Humanities and Social Sciences 2013 (IC-HUSO2013) At Khon Kaen University, Thailand.

Louw, S., Watson Todd, R. & Jimarkon, P. (2013). When things go wrong."Language Teachers and Teaching: Global Perspectives, Local Initiatives" Routledge (Eds. Selim Ben Said, Lawrence Jun Zhang).

Jimarkon, P. & Watson Todd, R. (2013). Red or Yellow, Peace or War: An investigation of an online discussion forum during the 2010 political unrest in Thailand. In Z. Mohd Don and A. De Rycker (Eds.) Discourse and Crisis: From Immediacy to Reflection.

Phasomyard, W., Jimarkon, P. & Keyurawong, S. (2014). When Affective FactorsChange: A Corpus-based Analysis of Students? Reflections in English E-portfolios. PASAA.

Louw, S., Watson Todd, R. & Jimarkon, P. (2014). Teacher Trainers? Beliefs About Feedback on Teaching Practice: Negotiating the Tensions Between Authoritativeness and Dialogic Space. Applied Linguistics.

Zilli, P. J. (2016, January 18). Thais must change their view on learning. The Bangkok Post. Retrieved from

Research Interests:

Critical thinking, CLIL, Discourse Analysis, Sociolinguistics