Kumar, M. and Welikala T. (2021) (Eds.) (in print) , Teaching and learning in higher education: the context of Being, Interculturality and New Knowledge Systems. Bingley: Emerald Group Publishing.
Kumar, M. and Welikala, T. (2021) (in print), Introduction: Unravelling. In M. Kumar and T. Welikala (Eds.), Teaching and learning in higher education: the context of Being, Interculturality and New Knowledge Systems. Bingley: Emerald Group Publishing.
Welikala, T. and Barnett, R. (2021) (in print). Many cultures or none? sighting and assessing a post-cultural pedagogical paradigm. In M. Kumar and T. Welikala (Eds.), Teaching and learning in higher education: the context of Being, Interculturality and New Knowledge Systems. Bingley: Emerald Group Publishing.
Welikala, T. (2021) (in print). Self, other and interculturality: An epistemic shift toward intersensoriality, In M. Kumar and T. Welikala (Eds.), Teaching and learning in higher education: the context of Being, Interculturality and New Knowledge Systems. Bingley: Emerald Group Publishing.
Welikala, T. and Kumar, M. (2021) Concluding remarks, In M. Kumar and T. Welikala (Eds.), Teaching and learning in higher education: the context of Being, Interculturality and New Knowledge Systems. Bingley: Emerald Group Publishing.
Welikala, T. C. (2019) Engaging diverse learners through technology mediated co-inquiry. In J. Hoffman and P. Blessinger (Eds.), International Perspectives in Higher Education: Strategies for Fostering Inclusive Classrooms, Bingley: Emerald Group Publishing, pp.251-64.
Welikala, T. C. (2018) Being Women and Being Migrant: Confronting Double Strangeness in UK Higher Education, In Kinchin, I. Rao, N. and Husain, A. (Eds.), Academics’ International Teaching Journeys. London: Bloomsbury Publishing, pp.61-74.
Welikala, T.C. (2015). Universities don’t understand how international students learn. The Guardian higher Education. 03. 07.2015
Welikala, T. and Atkin, C. (2014) Student co-inquirers: the challenges and benefits of inclusive research, International Journal of Research & Method in Education. 37:4, 390-406.
Holford J. and Welikala, T. C. (2013) Renaissance without enlightenment: New Labour’s ‘Learning Age’ 1997-2010. In E. Saar. (ed.), Building a European lifelong learning society: The enduring role of national characteristics. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd, pp.140-164.
Welikala, T. C. (2013) A guide to cultural differences in learning in higher education. In C. B. Kandiko and M.Weyers (Eds.), The Global Student Experience: An International and Comparative Analysis, London: Routledge, pp.27-45.
Welikala, T. C. (2013). Student experience in an interconnected and diverse world (SEID). Final report, Connections Pilot Projects on Internationalization, funded jointly by the UK Higher Education Academy and UK Council for International Student Affairs.
Saso, C. E., Rodríguez, M. A. and Welikala, T. (2012). “La comunicación en la salida del aislamiento rural. El caso de Ariño”, (The technologies of information and communication in the rural isolation output: the case of Ariño). Scripta Nova, revista electrónica de Geografía y Ciencias Sociales -Journal of geography and social sciences, XVII, 427 2.
Welikala, T. C. (2012). Multi-perspective pedagogy: Rethinking culture and learning in multicultural higher education in the UK. In J. Lixian and M. Cortazzi (Eds.), Researching cultures of learning: International perspectives on language learning and education. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan Ltd, pp.36-57.
Welikala, T. C. (2011). Internationalization of HE curriculum. Universitas 21:The Leading Global Network of Research Universities for the 21st Century.
Welikala, T. (2011). Living the interfaces: Coming to (un)know in another culture - In S. Trahar, (Ed.), The doctorate: The international stories of UK experience. Higher education Academy. Escalate Publications. Bristol University: Graduate School of Education.
Holford, J., Welikala, T., Mleczko, A. and Kington, A. (2011) Intersections between education and other areas of social policy: Successful mixed interventions. CREA: Barcelona
Mleczko, A., Kington, A., Holford, J., and Welikala, T. (2011) Strategies for inclusion and social cohesion in Europe from education: Education in European policies and in the development of citizenship. CREA: Barcelona
Welikala, T.C. (2009) Roots and routes in writing Sri Lanka: Resistance and the politics of the ‘displaced’. Sri Lanka Journal of the Humanities xxxv (1&2), 163-173.
Welikala, T.C. (2009). Towards global citizens in the IOE: Internationalization of the curriculum. A review of the taught curricula. Institute of Education. University of London
Welikala, T. C. & Watkins, C. (2008). Improving Intercultural Learning Experiences in Higher Education: Responding to Cultural Scripts for Learning. London: UCL Institute of Education Publishers.
Welikala, T.C. (2008) Disempowering and dislocating: how learners from diverse cultures read the role of English Language in UK higher education. London Review of Education, 6, (2) 159-169.
Dr Welikala is an ordinary member of the executive committee of the British Association for International and Comparative Education. She holds membership of the World Council of Comparative Education Societies, Philosophy and Theory of Higher Education Society and Higher Education Teaching and Learning Association.
Dr.Welikala has been invited by national and international organisations to deliver talks on higher education issues.
Recent invited talks
2018: Teaching international students: Challenges and opportunities. United Kingdom national agency for the recognition and comparison of international qualifications and skills (UK NARIC) annual conference, London.
2017: Being Women and being Migrant: Confronting Double Strangeness in UK Higher Education. ‘Gendering Academic Mobilities’, International Women’s Day Event. Warwick University, UK.
2016: Teaching and Learning in the International Classroom, Internationalization of Curriculum Conference, Modern Language Centre, King’s College, London.
2016: Teaching and learning in global sites: emerging new opportunities and dilemmas, Global Education Dialogues, British Council, New Delhi: India.
2015: Changing nature of culture within international pedagogies. School of Health Sciences, University of Nottingham.
2014: Mediated meaning making: Using technology for inclusive inter-viewing. Bishop Grosseteste University, Lincoln.