Quick Links
Logo image of the University of Zaragoza

English as a scientific and research language
1–2 December 2012, Zaragoza

Organised by the University of Zaragoza

You can download the book of abstracts by
following this link
You can download the final programme (.pdf file) by
following this link

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

Mariana NICOLAE and Laura MURESAN. (University of Economics Bucharest)
The challenge of publishing internationally in a non-Anglophone academic context. Romania - a case in point

Sian PREECE (Institute of Education, University of London, England)
English in the academy: monolingual ethos/ multilingual population

Joanna LEWIŃSKA (Wszechnica Polska, Warsaw)
Teaching English as a lingua franca in multilingual academic environment

Enric LLURDA, Josep Maria COTS, Lurdes ARMENGOL and Guzman MANCHO (Universitat de Lleida, Spain)
English and the discourses of internationalisation in higher education in the expanding circle

John SWALES (University of Michigan, USA)
“Devil is in the details”: Under‐noticed aspects of research writing in English

Branka DRLJACA MARGIC & Tea ZEZELIC (University of Rijeka, Croatia)
Attitudes of Croatian native speakers towards the Idea of introducing English-medium higher education

Sonia OLIVER DEL OLMO (Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona, Spain)
Spanish authors dealing with hedging or the challenges of scholarly publication in English L2

Jennifer SCHLUER (University of Kassel, Germany)
English as a lingua franca in linguistics? A case study of German linguists’ language use in publications

Carmen PIQUÉ-NOGUERA (Universitat de València, Spain)
Spanish publications in the world seen through their English abstracts

Laura MURESAN, Mirela BARDI and Mariana NICOLAE (University of Economics Bucharest)
Academics' interests vs publishing realities and institutional frameworks

Claus GNUTZMANN and Frank RABE (Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany)
Publish in English or perish in German? Academic writing and publishing in English as a Foreign Language

Ruth BREEZE (Universidad de Navarra, Spain)
Citing outside the community? An investigation of the language of bibliography in top journals

Alexandra Anca CODREANU (University of Bucharest, Romania)
Dealing with peer reviewing: three case studies

Ana BOCANEGRA (Universidad de Cádiz, Spain)
Publish in English or perish in Academia. The case of a JCR-indexed multilingual journal

Alejandro CURADO (Universidad de Extremadura, Spain)
Relative frequencies of academic phraseology for writing in the ELF scope

Geneviève BORDET (Paris Diderot University)
Cohesive use of the anaphoric “this” in abstracts written by native and non-native English writers

Francesca SANTULLI (Università IULM – Milano, Italy)
Diglossia and the lexicon of science: English terminologies in Italian web-mediated communication

Olga DONTCHEVA-NAVRATILOVA (Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic)
Cross-cultural variation in citation practices: A comparative analysis of Czech and English linguistics research articles

Renata POVOLNÁ (Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic)
Cross-cultural variation in the use of some text-organizing devices in research articles

Maria KUTEEVA and Lisa MCGRATH (Stockholm University, Sweden)
Communicating health issues across European society: A case study of an EU agency

Ignacio VÁZQUEZ and Isabel CORONA (INTERLAE research group) (Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain)
A cross-cultural and a cross-linguistic perspective of Spanish academics and professionals’ practices

Karen BENNETT (University of Lisbon Centre for English Studies (ULICES), Portugal)
Epistemicide in modern academia: Beyond discourse

Silvia MOLINA (Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain)
Teaching advising and requesting in EU fisheries discourse to naval engineering students. An overview

Mateusz SARNECKI (University of Warsaw, Poland)
Authorial self-reference in academic writing textbooks

Miguel RUIZ-GARRIDO and Juan Carlos PALMER (Universitat Jaume I, Castelló Spain)
Comparative and superlative constructions from a multimodal approach

Sherry WARREN (University of South Carolina, USA)
Establishing a unified definition of academic literacy and a method for measuring academic readiness