I'm looking at writing a combined Inter Cultural Communication and Critical Discourse Analysis 5000 word paper for Mod 5: probably a CDA of the listening materials that go with the IELTS book I'm using at work, with particular reference to the emphasis the materials place on standard English with RP, and the cultural style passed on thereby. Or something.
Anyway, here's the start of a reading list culled from some google-scholaring just now. Major et al (2005) looks like a good starting point.
Dalton, C. and B. Seidlhofer. 1994a. Pronunciation. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Dalton, C. and B. Seidlhofer. 1994b. 'Is pronunciation teaching desirable? Is it feasible?' in T. Sebbage and S. Sebbage (eds.). Proceedings of the 4th International NELLE Conference.
Davis 2007 'Resistance to L2 pragmatics in the Australian L2 context'. Language Learning 57:4, December 2007, pp. 611–649
Gimson, A.C. 1978. 'Towards an international pronunciation of English' in P. Strevens (ed.). In
Honour of A.S. Hornby. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Jenkins, J. 1996a. 'Native speaker, non-native speaker and English as a Foreign Language: time for a change'. IATEFL Newsletter 131: 10-11.
Jenkins, J. 1996c. 'Changing priorities'. SpeakOut! 18: 33^0.
Jenkins, J. 1998 'Which pronunciation norms and models for English as an International Language? ELT Journal Volume 52/2
Jenner, B. 1989. 'Teaching pronunciation: the common core'. Speak Out! 4: 2-4.
Major, R.C. et al, 2005 Testing the Effects of Regional, Ethnic, and International Dialects of English on Listening Comprehension. Language Learning 55:1, March 2005, pp. 37–69
Quirk, R. 1981. 'International communication and the concept of 'nuclear English' in L. Smith
(ed.). English for Cross-cultural Communication. London: Macmillan.
Widdowson, H.G. 1994. 'The ownership of English'. TESOL Quarterly 28/2: 377-89.