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English in Europe: Debates and Discourses
University of Sheffield

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David Block, Institute of Education, University of London, UK
Reframing globalization for English in Europe

Marc Deneire, Université de Lorraine, France
Images of English in the French press

Anne-Line Grædler, Hedmark University College, Norway

English in Norway: An analysis of attitudes as expressed in newspaper discourse

Zoi Tatsioka, City College, Thessaloniki, Greece
English loanword use and code-switching on Greek television: the attitude of the public

Helge Sandøy, University of Bergen, Norway
Influence from English: The Nordic experience and experiment

Ivana Palibrk and Tiana Tošić, University of Kragujevac, Serbia
To English or not to English?

Marcin Zabawa, University of Silesia, Poland
English in Poland: The attitudes of young Poles towards English linguistic influence on Polish

Ulrikke Rindal, University of Oslo, Norway
The meaningful use of English in Norway: L2 attitudes, choices and pronunciation

Sirpa Leppänen, Samu Kytölä and Mikko Laitinen, University of Jyväskylä, Finland
English as a ‘threat’ in Finland? Insights from a national survey

Sue Garton, Fiona Copland and Anne Burns, Aston University, UK
Teaching English to young learners in Europe: Teachers’ perspectives

Florentina Taylor, University of York, UK
Is there any place for the individual in the teaching and learning of English in Europe?

Anna Jeeves, University of Iceland
Relevance of English language learning in a changing linguistic environment in Iceland: Proficiency, use and perceptions of young Icelanders

Maria Stoicheva, Sofia University, Bulgaria
English in multilingual repertoires. An analysis of language choices of Bulgarian students

Dennis Baron, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, USA
Controlling English abroad while protecting it at home?

Geoff Sockett, University of Strasbourg, France
The online informal learning of English: From weakness and threat to strength and opportunity through non-classroom contacts with English

Susan Nacey, Hedmark University College, Norway
Metaphorical creativity in the Extended Circle

Ana I. Moreno, Universidad de León, Spain
(Co-authors: Jesús Rey Rocha, Sally Burgess, Irene López Navarro, Itesh Sachdev)
Creating a large-scale database of Spanish scholars’ publication experiences in English and Spanish-
medium scientific journals: Methodological considerations

Rosa Lorés-Sanz, Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain
(Co-authors: Pilar Mur-Dueñas, Sally Burgess, Jesús Rey Rocha and Ana I. Moreno)
Publishing in English-medium scientific journals as opportunity: A comparative study of Spanish researchers writing practices in Chemistry and Business

Pilar Mur-Dueñas, Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain
(Co-authors: Rosa Lorés, Sally Burgess, Jesús Rey Rocha and Ana I. Moreno)
Publishing in English-medium scientific journals as challenge: A comparative study of Spanish researchers writing practices in Chemistry and Business

Sally Burgess, Universidad de La Laguna, Spain
Under threat from all sides: Historians and English for Research Publication Purposes

Carmen Pérez-Llantada and Ramón Plo, University of Zaragoza, Spain
The geopolitics of languages in global academia: The case of the Spanish Peninsula

Maria Kuteeva, Stockholm University, Sweden
Problematizing parallel language use: Students' and lecturers' perceptions of using English at a major Swedish university

Anna Kristina Hultgren, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Bilingual practices in higher education in Northern Europe: A case for terminology planning?

Pamela Rogerson-Revell, University of Leicester, UK and Wafa Zoghbor, Zayed University, UAE
English as a lingua franca in Europe: An investigation of international communication and intelligibility in the EU workplace

Claus Gnutzmann, Jenny Jakisch, Frank Rabe, Joana Willim, University of Braunschweig, Germany
English as a lingua franca – A source of identity for young Europeans?

Josep Soler-Carbonell, University of Oxford, UK
English as a lingua franca in Estonia: Some evidence from ethnographic research

Sue Wright, University of Portsmouth, UK
The maps of Language