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COPENHAGEN 2


The English Language in teaching in European Higher Education
19 April - 21 April 2013, Copenhagen
Organised by the University of Copenhagen



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You can download the conference programme in .pdf format by
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You can access all the presentations that are highlighted and underlined in the following list by clicking on the presentation titles.



Marc Deneire
English in higher education in France: A qui profite le crime?


Claus Gnutzmann
Academic lingua franca English. Biased or neutral?


David Block
Socioeconomic stratification, class and English in Europe


Robert Phillipson
English as threat: reality or myth? Challenges in European Higher Education
Article


Josep Soler-Carbonell
University language policies and language choice among PhD graduates in Estonia: the (unbalanced) interplay between English and Estonian


Marie Källkvist and Francis Hult
Entextualizing ideologies about English and multilingualism in a university language policy


Francis Hult
(Worst case) scenario analysis of English in higher education: A thought experiment


Taina Saarinen
“But all of us speak English as non-natives.“ Native / non-native indexing language ideologies in Finnish higher education


Bridget Goodman, Oleg Tarnopolsky
“It’s not not loving our language”: English as a medium of instruction at a university in Ukraine


Maria Kuteeva, Niina Hynninen, Mara Haslam
“I wanna international career”: a case study of an English-medium degree programme in Sweden


Branka Drljaca Margic, Irena Vodopija-Krstanovic
Introducing English-Medium instruction at a Croatian University: Can we bridge the gap between global emerging trends and local challenges?


Sandra Campagna, Virginia Pulcini
English as a medium of instruction in Italian Universities: linguistic policies, pedagogical implications


Stacey Cozart, Tine Wirenfeldt Jensen, Gry Sandholm Jensen, Gitte Wichmann-Hansen
Grappling with identity issues: Danish graduate student views on writing in L2 English


Katherine Güertler, Elke Kronewald
Implementing internationalization: English-medium instruction in Germany


Pete Westbrook, Birgit Henriksen
Advanced non-native university lecturers’ collocational competence


Christian Jensen
Language attitudes and evaluations of Danish university lecturers’ English


Anna Kristina Hultgren
English language use at Denmark’s internationalized universities: Is there a correlation between volume of English use and world rank?


Merike Jürna
What is parallel language use?


Anna Jeeves
Listening to the content – or concentrating on the words?


Birna Arnbjörnsdóttir
The gap between language, ideology and reality in Nordic Higher Education: Iceland as a microcosm


Hafdís Ingvarsdóttir
Facing a new linguistic context in higher education


Glenn Ole Hellekjær
English as a constraint and goal: Two perspectives on English in English-medium instruction in higher education


Miya Komori
Yes, we can? Students’ language skills on English-medium master programmes at WU


Tamah Sherman, Ji
ří Nekvapil
The position of English and other languages at Czech universities from the perspective of Language Management Theory


Katrien Deroey
How do lecturers convey what is (less) important information?


Erkan Arkin, Necdet Osam
English-medium Instruction in Higher Education: A case study from Turkish university context


Francesca Santulli
English in Italian universities: the case of the Politecnico di Milano through its website