Presentation Slides



University language policy choices: Are linguistically distinct debates converging?

François Grin, Université de Genève, Switzerland

Round Table

Parallel Language Use at the University of Copenhagen – an evolving commitment

Peter Harder, University of Copenhagen

Languages and policies at the University of Helsinki

Jan K. Lindström, University of Helsinki, Finland

The HKIEd language policy: How linguistic and cultural diversity is handled at the Hong Kong Institute of Education

David C.S. Li ( 李 楚 成 ), Hong Kong Institute of Education

3 Pedagogical perspectives on internationalization

Re-defining communication and change of pedagogy for international scholars

Meeri Hellstén, Södertörns Högskola, Flemingsberg, Sweden

5 Language policies and their consequences

Hybridity as the hallmark of transcultural interaction: Implications for language policy

Kanavillil Rajagopalan, Universidade Estadual de Campinas, Campinas, Brazil

Linguistic diversity among students in higher education: challenging naturalized learning paths?

Anne Holmen, University of Copenhagen

10 English in Nordic academia: Ideologies and practices

Icelandic ideologies: Protecting forms of language

Ari Páll Kristinsson, University of Iceland, Reykjavik, Iceland

11 English-medium instruction

Beyond EFL teaching: The role of a business English lecturer in tertiary education as perceived by pre-service learners and inservice users

Jolanta Lacka-Badura & Magdalena Leska, University of Economics, Katowice, Poland

13 Bilingualism in Puerto Rican higher education: Consequences of transnational mobility for language choices and identities

Española, English, and education in the colony

Shannon Bischoff, Indiana-Purdue University, Fort Wayne, USA,

“Over here I feel really Puerto Rican, over there I feel like a white boy”: Consequences of transnationalism for Puerto Rican youth

Sandra L. Soto-Santiago, University of Arizona, USA

“I did speak Spanglish for a long time, and that was a bad thing”: How the use of Spanish and English shaped the life experiences of a return migrant and his perceptions of academic success in Puerto Rico

Lisa Ortiz, University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez, USA

Con confianza: Rethinking a community of learners in a content-based ESL class

Rosita Lisa Rivera, University of Puerto Rico Mayaguez, USA

Bilingual higher education in Puerto Rico: Receptive bilingualism, power, and science

Catherine M. Mazak, University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez, USA

19 Academic literacy

"Small is beautiful": An investigation of literacy practices of MA thesis writing in two different national locations in Europe

Carole Sedgwick, Roehampton University, Roehampton, UK