Ahmar Mahboob teaches Linguistics at the University of Sydney. His research interests includes additional language teaching and teacher education, issues surrounding minority languages in South Asia, language policy development, NNEST studies, pidgin and creole languages, pragmatics, and World Englishes. Ahmar is the co-editor, with Naomi Knight, of the volume Questioning Linguistics (2008).Caroline Lipovsky is a Lecturer in the School of Languages and Cultures at the University of Sydney. Her major research interest is in self-presentation and impression management in job interviews, analysing the linguistic resources whereby candidates demonstrate their expertise, construct their professional identity, and build co-membership with their interviewers. Her most recent project sets out to identify and analyse the key linguistic features of résumés, exploring how job applicants write about their expertise, and share their professional identity with potential employers. She is also investigating, with Ahmar Mahboob, students' evaluations of their native and non-native speaking teachers in TESOL.