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Publications

Here you can find a list of some of the most recent publications in ELF by the ReN members. For more on ELF research please consult the Journal of English as a Lingua Franca JELF website . If you are a member and your recent ELF publication is not listed please contact the convenors. This page is updated periodically. 

 

2016

Cogo, A. 2016. “They all take the risk and make the effort”: Intercultural accommodation and multilingualism in a BELF community of practice. In L. Lopriore and E. Grazzi (eds.) Intercultural Communication: New Perspectives from ELF. Roma: Roma Tre Press.

Cogo, A. and Pitzl, M-L. 2016. Pre-empting and signalling non-understanding in ELF. English Language Teaching journal, 70(3).

Di Scala, R. 2016. “A ciascuno il suo. Le basi teoriche e normative per lo spazio pedagogico dell’ELF nella didattica dell’inglese”. SeLM Scuola e Lingue Moderne, LIV (1-3), pp. 4-8.

Di Scala, R. 2016. "At the Crossroads of the Global and the Local: Suggested Future Directions for 21st-century ELT". Anglistiki. An International Journal of English Studies, 27(1), pp. 175-84.

Hino, N. 2016. English for Japan: In the cultural context of the East-Asian Expanding Circle. In G. Leitner, A. Hashim and H-G Wolf (eds.) Communicating with Asia (pp.28-42). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Lopriore, L and Grazzi, E. (eds.) 2016. Intercultural Communication: New Perspectives from ELF. Roma: Roma Tre Press.

Reynolds, B. and Yu, M. H. 2016. Using web-based video technologies to increase Taiwanese university staff’s willingness to use English as a Lingua Franca. In L. Lopriore and E. Grazzi (eds.) Intercultural Communication: New Perspectives from ELF. Roma: Roma Tre Press.

Vettorel, P. 2016. WE- and ELF-informed classroom practices: proposals from a pre-service teacher education programme in Italy. Journal of English as a Lingua Franca, 5/1, 107-133.

Wei Ren (2016, online). Pragmatic strategies to solve and preempt understanding problems in Chinese professionals’ emails when using English as lingua franca communication. International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism.   

Wei Ren, Yuan-shan Chen, Chih-ying Lin. 2016. University students’ perceptions of ELF in mainland China and Taiwan. System. 56: 13-27. 

Wei Ren 2016. Strategies used in Chinese university students’ ELF Emails to remedy or prevent problems in understanding, in Yuan-shan Chen, Der-Hwa Victoria Rau, and Gerald Rau (eds.), Email Discourse among Chinese Using English as a Lingua Franca, Springer. 163-181.

 

2015

Baker, W. 2015. Culture and complexity through English as a lingua franca: rethinking competences and pedagogy in ELT. Journal of English as a Lingua Franca, 4/1, 9-30.

Bayyurt, Y. & Akcan, S. (Eds.) 2015. Current Perspectives on Pedagogy for English as a Lingua Franca. Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton.

Bayyurt, Y. & Sifakis, N. 2015. Developing an ELF-aware pedagogy: Insights from a self-education programme. In P. Vettorel (Ed.), New Frontiers in Teaching and Learning English (pp. 55-76). Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing (ISBN: 978-1-4438-7458-8).
 
Bayyurt, Y. and Sifakis, N. 2015. ELF-aware In-Service Teacher Education: A Transformative Perspective. In H. Bowles and A. Cogo (eds.), International perspectives on Teaching English as a lingua franca (pp. 117-135). Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan (ISBN: 978-1-13-739807-9). 
 
Cogo, A. 2015. Complexity, negotiability and ideologies: a response to Zhu, Pitzl, and Kankaanranta et al. Journal of English as a Lingua Franca, 4/1, 149-155.
 
Cogo, A. 2015. English as a Lingua Franca: descriptions, domains and applications. In H. Bowles and A. Cogo (eds.) International Perspectives on English as a Lingua Franca: pedagogical insights. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 1-12.
 
Dewey, M. 2015. ELF, teacher knowledge and professional development. In H. Bowles and A. Cogo (eds.) International Perspectives on English as a Lingua Franca: pedagogical insights. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 176-208.

Ehrenreich, S. and Pitzl, M-L (eds.) 2015. Special Issue on “Teaching ELF, BELF, and/or Intercultural Communication?”. Journal of English as a Lingua Franca, Volume 4, Issue 1 (Mar 2015).

Grazzi, E. 2015. Linking ELF and ELT in Secondary School through Web-Mediation: the case of Fanfiction. In H. Bowles and A. Cogo (eds.) International Perspectives on English as a Lingua Franca: pedagogical insights. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 55-71.

Hino, N. 2015. Toward the development of CELFIL (Content and ELF Integrated Learning) for EMI classes in higher education in Japan. In K. Murata (ed.) Waseda Working Papers in ELF, 4, 187-198.

Hino, N. and Oda, S. 2015. Integrated Practice in Teaching English as an International Language (IPTEIL): A classroom ELF pedagogy in Japan (pp.35-50). In Y. Bayyurt and S. Akcan (eds.) Current perspectives on pedagogy for English as a lingua franca. Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton.

Hua, Z. 2015. Negotiation as the way of engagement in intercultural and lingua franca communication: frames of reference and Interculturality. Journal of English as a Lingua Franca, 4/1, 63-90.

Jenkins, J. 2015. Repositioning English and multilingualism in English as a Lingua Franca. Englishes in Practice 2(3). 49-85.

Kankaanranta, A., Louhiala-Salminen, L. and Karhunen, P. 2015. English in multinational companies: implications for teaching “English” at an international business school. Journal of English as a Lingua Franca, 4/1, 125-148.

Kohn, K. 2015. A pedagogical space for English as a lingua franca in the English classroom. In: Y. Bayyurt and S. Akcan (eds.), Current perspectives on pedagogy for ELF, 51-67. Berlin/Munich/Boston: de Gruyter Mouton.

Lopriore, L. and Vettorel, P. 2015. Promoting Awareness of Englishes and ELF in the English Language Classroom. In H. Bowles and A. Cogo (eds.) International Perspectives on English as a Lingua Franca: pedagogical insights. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 13-34.

Ng, P. and Dodge, P. 2015. Situating English as a Lingua Franca in Context: Narratives From Japanese and Chinese Classrooms. Journal of Intercultural Communication Studies 24/3, 5-63.

Pitzl, M-L. 2015. Understanding and misunderstanding in the Common European Framework of Reference: what we can learn from research on BELF and Intercultural Communication. Journal of English as a Lingua Franca, 4/1, 91-124.

Pullin, P. 2015. Culture, curriculum design, syllabus and course development in the light of BELF. Journal of English as a Lingua Franca, 4/1, 31-53.

Santner-Wolfartsberger, A. 2015. Intercultural awareness, (B)ELF, and bridging the gap between theory and practice: a response to Baker and Pullin. Journal of English as a Lingua Franca, 4/1, 55-61.

Sifakis, N. C. & Bayyurt, Y. 2015. Insights from ELF and WE in teacher training in Greece and Turkey. World Englishes, 34(3), 471-484.

Vettorel, P. (ed.) 2015. New Frontiers in Teaching and Learning English. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 

Yu, M. H. 2015. Developing Critical Classroom Practices for ELF communication: A Taiwanese Case Study of ELT materials evaluation. In H. Bowles and A. Cogo (eds.) International Perspectives on English as a Lingua Franca: pedagogical insights. Basingstoke: Palgrave, 35-54.

 

2014

Björkman, B. 2014. An analysis of polyadic English as a lingua franca (ELF) speech: A communicative strategies framework. Journal of Pragmatics 66, 122-138.

Hynninen, N. 2014. The Common European Framework of Reference from the perspective of English as a lingua franca: what we can learn from a focus on language regulation. Journal of English as a Lingua Franca, 3/2, 293-316.

Jenkins, J. 2014. English as a Lingua Franca in the International University. The Politics of Academic English Language Policy. Abingdon, UK: Routledge.

Osimk-Teasdale, R. 2014. “I just wanted to give a partly answer”: capturing and exploring word class variation in ELF data. Journal of English as a Lingua Franca, 3/1, 109-143.

Pietikäinen, K. 2014. ELF couples and automatic code-switching. Journal of English as a Lingua Franca, 3/1, 1-26. 

Sifakis, N. 2014. ELF awareness as an opportunity for change: a transformative perspective for ESOL teacher education. Journal of English as a Lingua Franca, 3/2, 317-335.

Wei Ren 2014. Can the Expanding Circle Own English? Comments on Yoo’s “Nonnative Teachers in the Expanding Circle and the Ownership of English”. Applied Linguistics. 35(2), 208-212.

Vettorel, P. 2014. English as a Lingua Franca in Wider Networking. Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton.

2013

Albl-Mikasa, M. 2013. Express-ability in ELF communication. Journal of English as a Lingua Franca, 2/1, 101–122.

Albl-Mikasa, M. 2013. Teaching Globish? The Need for an ELF-Pedagogy in Interpreter Training. International Journal of Interpreter Education, 5/1, 3-16. 

Baker, W. 2013. Interpreting the culture in intercultural rhetoric: a critical perspective from English as a lingua franca studies. In, Belcher , D. and Nelson, G. (eds.) Critical and Corpus-Based Approaches to Intercultural Rhetoric. Ann Arbor, US, University of Michigan Press.

Bayyurt, Y. and Akcan, S. 2013. Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference of English as a Lingua Franca (ELF5). Istanbul: Bogazici University Publications. (Available at elf5.boun.edu.tr)

Björkman, B. 2013. English as an Academic Lingua Franca. Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton.

Björkman, B. 2013. Questions in academic ELF interaction. Journal of English as a Lingua Franca, 1/1, 93-119.

Björkman, B. 2013.“The grammar of English as a lingua franca”. The Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics, Chapelle, C.A (Ed.). Oxford, UK: Wiley-Blackwell.

D’Angelo, J. 2013. Japanese English? Refocusing the Discussion. Asian English Studies (15), 2-26.

Deterding, D. 2013. Misunderstandings in English as a Lingua Franca. An Analysis of ELF Interactions in South-East Asia. Berlin: De Gruyter.

Ersin, P., Abayli, Z. & Bayyurt, Y. 2013. English as a Lingua Franca in a Turkish Academic Context: The Case of the Third Person “-s”. In Y. Bayyurt & S. Akcan (Eds.), Proceedings of the 5th International Conference of English as a Lingua Franca. Istanbul: Boğaziçi University Publications.

Gonerko-Frej, A. 2013. Szanse i niebezpieczeństwa języka globalizacji (Opportunities and dangers of the language of globalization) in: Jaworska-Biskup, K., B. Kijek, A. Szwajczuk (eds.) Interdyscyplinarność w dydaktyce nauczania języków obcych, Szczecin: Zapol, 33-49.

Grazzi, E. 2013. The Sociocultural Dimension of ELF in the English Classroom. Edizioni Anicia.

Hynninen, N. 2013. Language Regulation in English as a Lingua Franca: Exploring language-regulatory practices in academic spoken discourse. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. University of Helsinki.

Hülmbauer, C. 2013. From within and without: the virtual and the plurilingual in ELF. Journal of English as a Lingua Franca, 2/1, 47–73.

Jenkins, J. and Leung, C. 2013. English as a Lingua Franca. In The Blackwell Companion to Language Assessment. Chichester, Wiley Blackwell.

Jenkins, J. 2013. English as a lingua franca in the expanding circle. In, Filppula, M., Klemola, J. and Sharma, D. (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of World Englishes. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 

Jenkins, J. 2013. English as a Lingua Franca in the international university. The politics of academic English language policy. Abingdon: Routledge.

Kankaanranta, A. & Lu, W. 2013. The evolution of English as business lingua franca: signs of convergence in Chinese and Finnish professional communication. Journal of Business and Technical Communication

Kirkpatrick, A. 2013. English as an Asian Lingua Franca: the ‘Lingua Franca Approach’ and implications for language education policy. Journal of English as a Lingua Franca, 1/1,121-139.

Lopriore L. 2013. Norm and Use in the Language Classroom. (pp.70-83) In Mihaljević Djigunović J. & Medved Krajnović M.(eds.)  UZRT 2012: Empirical Studies in English Applied Linguistics. vol.unico pp. I-236. Zagreb: FF Press.

Mortensen, J. 2013. Notes on the use of English as a lingua franca as an object of study. Journal of English as a Lingua Franca, 2(1), 25-46.

Osimk-Teasdale, R. 2013. Applying existing tagging practices to VOICE. In J. Mukherjee & M. Huber (Eds.). Corpus linguistics and variation in English: Focus on Nonnative Englishes (Proceedings of ICAME 31). Helsinki, VARIENG.

Vettorel, P. 2013. ELF in international school exchanges: stepping into the role of ELF users. Journal of English as a Lingua Franca, 2/1, 147-173.

Wang, Y. 2013. Non-conformity to ENL norms: a perspective from Chinese English users. Journal of English as a Lingua Franca 2(2).

2012

Baker, W. 2012. From cultural awareness to intercultural awareness: culture in ELT. ELT Journal, 66, (1), 62-70.

Bjørge, A. 2012. Expressing disagreement in ELF business negotiations: Theory and practice. Applied Linguistics 33/34, 406–427.

Cogo, A. 2012. ELF and super-diversity: a case study of ELF multilingual practices from a business context, Journal of English as a Lingua Franca, 1/2, 283-313.

Cogo, A. and Dewey, M. 2012 Analysing English as a Lingua Franca. London: Continuum.

Deterding, D. 2012. Intelligibility in spoken ELF. Journal of English as a Lingua Franca, 1(1), 185–190.

Dewey, M. 2012. Towards a Post-normative approach: learning the pedagogy of ELF. Journal of English as a Lingua Franca, 1(1), 141-170.

Glombitza, A. 2012. A blended practice-enterprise course for language learning in an international business community. Journal of e-Learning and Knowledge Society 8(3). 67-77.

Glombitza, A. and Domagala, D.M. 2012. A review of 'Lingua Franca English: the role of simplification and transfer' by Yvonne Dröschel. Language Awareness 21(4), 387-394.

Goncalves, K. 2012. English as a Lingua Franca within a domestic labor context. Conference Proceedings. The 5th International Conference of English as a Lingua Franca. Boğaziçi University, Istanbul, Turkey.

Grazzi, E. 2012. English as a Lingua Franca and wikis as new affordances for thelanguage classroom. The case of cooperative writing and fanfiction. G. Ludbrook and D. Newbold eds., English Lingua Franca: Contexts, Strategies and International Relations.Papers from a conference held at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice October 2011. Venice: Libreria Editrice Cafoscarina, 2012. pp79-89.

Guido, M. G. 2012. ELF authentication and accommodation strategies in crosscultural immigration encounters. Journal of English as a Lingua Franca, 1/2, 219-240. 

Hino, N. 2012a. Endonormative models of EIL for the Expanding Circle. In A. Matsuda (ed.) Principles and practices of teaching English as an international  language (pp.28-43). Bristol: Multilingual Matters.

Hino, N. 2012b. Participating in the community of EIL users through real-time news: Integrated Practice in Teaching English as an International Language (IPTEIL). In A. Matsuda (ed.) Principles and practices of teaching English as an international language (pp.183-200). Bristol: Multilingual Matters.

Hino, N. 2012c. Negotiating indigenous values with Anglo-American cultures in ELT in Japan: A case of EIL philosophy in the Expanding Circle. In A. Kirkpatrick and R. Sussex (eds.) English as an international language in Asia: Implications for language education (pp.157-173). Dordrecht: Springer. 

Hynninen, N. 2012. ICL at the micro level: L2 speakers taking on the role of language experts. AILA Review 25, 13–29. Special issue on Integrating Content and Language in Higher Education, ed. by Ute Smit and Emma Dafouz Milne.

Jenkins, J. 2012. English as a Lingua Franca from the classroom to the classroom. ELT Journal, 66, (4), 486-494.

Karakas, A. 2012. English as a Lingua Franca: Practices of Academics in a Turkish University. Uşak Üniversitesi Sosyal Bilimler Dergisi, 5(3), 160-179.

Kaur, J. 2012. Saying it again: Enhancing clarity in English as a lingua franca (ELF) talk through self-repetition. Text & Talk 32(5), 593-613.

Louhiala-Salminen, L. & Kankaanranta, A. 2012. Language issues in international internal communication: English or local language? If English, what English? Public Relations Review, Special edition on Internal Communication, 38, 262-269. 

Mauranen, A. 2012 Exploring ELF. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Metsä-Ketelä. 2012. Frequencies of vague expressions in English as an academic lingua franca. Journal of English as a Lingua Franca, 1/2, 263-285.

Pitzl. M-L. 2012. Creativity meets convention: idiom variation and re-metaphorization in ELF. Journal of English as a Lingua Franca, 1/1, 27-55.

Quinn Novotná, V. 2012. World Englishes and English as a Lingua Franca:  a reflection of global paradigmatic changes in the Czech Republic. Doctoral dissertation. Faculty of Arts, Charles University. Prague.

Seidlhofer, B. 2012. Anglophone-centric attitudes and the globalization of English. Journal of English as a Lingua Franca, 1/2, 393-407.

Sifakis, N. 2012. The English Language and Globalisation: Aspects of present-day reality in Greece, Europe and the rest of the world. Athens: Herodotus (original publication in Greek).

Smit, U & E. Dafouz (eds.) 2012. Integrating Content and Language in Higher Education. Gaining insights into English-Medium Instruction at European Universities. AILA Review 25.

Vettorel P. 2012. Blogging ELFers. In Geraldine Ludbrook & David Newbold (eds.), English lingua franca: Contexts, strategies and international relations. Papers from a conference held at Ca' Foscari University of Venice October 2011, 67-78. Venice: Cafoscarina.

Vettorel P. (with S. Corrizzato). 2012. World Englishes and ELF in ELT textbooks: how is plurality represented?. In R. Facchinetti (ed.), A Cultural Journey through the English Lexicon, 201-234. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 

Yano, Y. 2012. World Englishes and English as a lingua franca: a personal observation. K. Murata, ed. Waseda Working Papers in ELF (English as a Lingua Franca), Vol. 1, 24-32.

Yılmaz, S., & Akcan, S. 2012.Implementing the European language portfolio in a Turkish context.  ELT Journal 66(2), 166-174.

2011

Archibald, A., Cogo, A. and Jenkins, J. (eds) 2011. Latest Trends in ELF Reseach. Newcastle on Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Baker, W. 2011. Culture and identity through ELF in Asia: Fact or fiction? In Archibald, Cogo & Jenkins (eds.), 32-52.

Baker, W. 2011. Intercultural awareness: modelling an understanding of cultures in intercultural communication through English as a lingua franca. Language and Intercultural Communication, 11(3), 197-214.

Björkman, B. 2011. (ed.). Journal of Pragmatics 43, Special Issue: The pragmatics of English as a Lingua Franca in the international university.

D’Angelo, J. 2011. ELF: A Dynamic Construct Gathers Momentum. Asian Englishes, 14(2), 90-103.

Deterding, D. 2011. ELF-based pronunciation teaching in China. Chinese Journal of Applied Linguistics, 33(6), 3–15.

Dewey, M. 2011. Accommodative ELF talk and teacher knowledge. In Archibald, A., A.Cogo & J. Jenkins (eds) Latest Trends in ELF Research. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Press, 205-228. 

Di Scala, R. 2011. Practice makes perfect? Gli U.Pri.No.Ma. alla conquista delle comunità di pratica ELF. Milano: Simonelli Editore (ebook)

Ehrenreich, S. 2011. The dynamics of English as a lingua franca in international business: A language contact perspective. In Archibald, Cogo & Jenkins (eds.).

Gonerko-Frej, A. 2011. The Importance of Being Native. The English invasion of the Polish education system – a balance of losses and gains. In: Gonerko-Frej at al.(eds) Us and Them-Them and Us: Constructions of the Other in Cultural Stereotypes. Aachen: Shaker Verlag, 625-639.

Grazzi, E. 2011. The sociocultural dimension of ELF in the English classroom: the case of fanfiction through social networking. L. Lopriore ed., Perspectives - A Journal of TESOL Italy, vol. XXXVIII, n. 1 Spring 2011. Rome, Anicia Editore, 7-55.

Hynninen, N. 2011. The practice of 'mediation' in English as a lingua franca interaction. Journal of Pragmatics 43 (4), 965–977. Special Issue on English as a Lingua Franca: Beyza Björkman (ed.).

Hülmbauer, C. 2011. Old friends? – Cognates in ELF communication. In Archibald, Cogo & Jenkins (eds.).

Jenkins, J. 2011. Accommodating (to) ELF in the international university. Journal of Pragmatics 43.4, 926–936.

Jenkins, J., Cogo, A. and Dewey, M. 2011. Review of developments in research into English as a lingua franca. Language Teaching, 44/3, 281-315.

Kaur, J. 2011. Doing being a language expert: The case of the ELF speaker. In Archibald, Cogo & Jenkins (eds.).

Kaur, J. 2011. Raising explicitness through self-repair in English as a lingua franca. Journal of Pragmatics 43(11), 2704-2715.

Kaur, J. 2011. Intercultural communication in English as a lingua franca: Some sources of misunderstanding. Intercultural Pragmatics 8(1), 93-116.

Kohn, K. 2011. English as a lingua franca and the Standard English misunderstanding. In: A. De Houwer and A. Wilton (eds.), English in Europe Today. Sociocultural and Educational Perspectives, 72-74. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Louhiala-Salminen, L. & Kankaanranta, A. 2011. Professional Communication in a Global Business Context: The Notion of Global Communicative Competence. IEEE Transactions on Professional Communication, Special issue on Professional Communication in Global Contexts, 54(3) September, 244-262. 

Pedrazzini, L. & A. Nava 2011. Researching ELF Identity: A Study with Non-native English Teachers in A. Archibald, A. Cogo & J. Jenkins (eds.) Latest Trends in ELF Research. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 269-284.

Santner-Wolfartsberger, A. 2011. ELF Business/Business ELF: Form and Function in Simultaneous Speech. In Alasdair, A. Cogo, A. & Jenkins, J.(eds) Latest Trends in ELF Research, Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 169-183.

Seidlhofer, B. 2011. Understanding English as a Lingua Franca. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 

Sifakis, N. C. & Fay, R. 2011. Integrating an ELF pedagogy in a changing world: the case of Greek state schooling. In A. Archibald, A. Cogo & J. Jenkins (Eds.), Latest Trends in ELF Research. Newcastle-Upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 285-297.

Yano, Y. 2011. English as an International Language and ‘Japanese English.’ In P. Seargeant, ed. English in Japan in the Era of Globalization. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 125-142.

Yano, Y. 2011. Can English survive as an international language? In M. Ikeda and S. Ohba (eds.) Language and Culture at the Age of Internationalization. Tokyo: Seibundo, 68-83. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Next ELF ReN Events

The 10th International Conference of English as a Lingua Franca (ELF10) is going to be held at the University of Helsinki, on June 12-15, 2017Please visit the ELF10 website for more details: http://www.helsinki.fi/elf10/2017

Latest News

In April 2016, the Japan Association of College English Teachers (JACET) ELF-SIG was established under the leadership of Prof Kumiko Murata (Waseda U) and Prof Nobuyuki Hino (Osaka U). Meetings and workshops aimed at raising awareness about ELF and its implications have been held regularly. The group started with 20 founding members and now has almost 60. We have held meetings and workshops regularly. Details can be found at the group's website:

JACET ELF-SIG website
https://jacetelf.wordpress.com/

__The 6th Waseda ELF International Workshop is coming up. The theme is written ELF and invited speakers are Prof Anna Mauranen and Maria Kuteeva. More information is available at:

ELF Research Group website
https://sites.google.com/site/welfrg/upcoming-workshops/the-6th-waseda-elf-international-workshop


__The 57th JACET International Convention to be held in at Aoyama University (Tokyo, Japan) with the theme of:

"English in a Globalized World: Exploring Lingua Franca Research and Pedagogy"


Keynote speakers:
1. Yasushi Akashi (Former Undersecretary-General of the United Nations)
2. Univ. Prof. Dr. Barbara Seidlhofer (University of Vienna)
3. Dr. Phyllis Ghim Lian Chew (National Institute of Education, Singapore)

More information:
http://www.jacet.org/convention/2017-2/

January 2015 -Our ReN has been approved for renewal by AILA for an additional three-year term (2015-2018)

July 2013 -The ELF ReN website goes online!