{useful book} 4th Edition Intercultural Communication An advanced resource book for students

Author(s) Biography Adrian Holliday is a professor of applied linguistics at Canterbury Christ Church University, UK. Martin Hyde is an international education consultant. John Kullman is a sessional lecturer in applied linguistics at Canterbury Christ Church University, UK. Book Description Intercultural Communication provides a critical introduction to the dynamic arena of communication across different cultural and social strata. Throughout this book, topics are revisited, […]

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{Third Space Lab} third-space methodology: Finding deCentred threads in small culture formation on the go

Third Space Lab – Guest Lecture Series – Adrian Holliday on Third Space Methodology Dear all, You are cordially invited to the guest lecture of the Third Space Lab by Dr. Adrian Holliday (Canterbury Christ Church University). We hope you will join us! Please RSVP here: https://duke.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_dbs44bUulnr63NY Date: April 9th, 2021 Time: 5 pm (China time)/5 am (EST)/10 am (UK time) Zoom Meeting ID: 936 1008 0413 Third-space […]

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{Call for Chapters} Intercultural Communication and Ubiquitous Learning in Multimodal English Language Education

Link Call for Chapters: Intercultural Communication and Ubiquitous Learning in Multimodal English Language Education (IGI-Global) Editors Soraya García-Sánchez, Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain Richard Clouet, Universidad de Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain Call for Chapters Proposals Submission Deadline: July 15, 2021 Full Chapters Due: January 20, 2022 Submission Date: January 20, 2022 Introduction Today’s society demands […]

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Intercultural Musicking event (online) — 15th April

The research in the area of intercultural musicking is in its infancy at Manchester. Although it may seem far from our major Lantern specialist interests, its focus on intercultural personhood through klezmer performance, and on the languaging of (musical) praxis, and on the use of arts-based research methods may make it closer than it first appears. This event next month […]

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Congratulations, Dr Ivy Taslima

Congratulations are indeed in order … Ivy has sailed through her Viva gaining an Aii Pass with just two required amendments and, in an interesting move by her Examiners (Juup Stelma and Aisha Walker), three invitations. Both examiners were highly complimentary about Ivy’s thesis and her Viva discussions of it. What a wonderful outcome from her doctoral studies. Congratulations once […]

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{newsletter} TESOL international association march 2021 issue

Link ICIS newsletter – March 2021 In this issue:  LEADERSHIP UPDATES •  LETTER FROM CO-CHAIR •  LETTER FROM THE CO-EDITORS ARTICLES •  SETTING THE STAGE FOR INTERCULTURAL ENGAGEMENT VIA PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT •  ENGAGING LANGUAGE LEARNERS THROUGH GAMIFICATION •  PROMOTING ANTI-RACIST PRACTICES THROUGH INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION: A COLLABORATIVE CONVERSATION SURVEY •  INTERCULTURAL LEARNING AND LANGUAGE EDUCATION ABOUT THIS COMMUNITY •  MEET THE ICIS LEADERSHIP FOR 2021-22 •  INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION INTEREST […]

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{interesting talks} Digital series of talks on plurilingualism and interculturality Spring and autumn 2021

Digital series of talks on plurilingualism and interculturality Spring and autumn 2021 Coordinated by Petra Daryai-Hansen, in collaboration with Natalia Morollón Martí, Natascha Drachmann, Stephanie Kim Löbl, Anna Lena Sandberg and Karoline Søgaard, Department of English, Germanic and Romance Studies. All talks are online, and you can find the relevant Zoom-link in the individual talks below. Please register for the […]

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{virtual webinar} IAIR Biennial Conference

IAIR – International Academy for Intercultural Research IAIR is made up of scholars from many disciplines: Education, Anthropology, Management, Communication, Psychology, Sociology, and Policy Science as well as others. The Academy publishes the International Journal of Intercultural Relations,(founded in 1977) the leading journal in the field, convenes an international conference every two years (in odd numbered years), sponsors scholarly books and other activities.    Event […]

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{CALL FOR PAPERS} REiLA Journal of Research and Innovations in Language

Link REiLA Journal of Research and Innovations in Language is a double-blind peer-reviewed international journal published triannual on April, August and December. It is dedicated to promoting scholarly exchange among teachers, practitioners and researchers in the field of languages. Although articles are written in English, the journal welcomes studies dealing with other than English as well. The scope of REiLA […]

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{New Book} Pedagogical Translanguaging: Theoretical, Methodological and Empirical Perspectives

Edited by: Päivi Juvonen, Marie Källkvist   Summary:With increasing mobility of people across the world, there is a pressing need to develop evidence-based teaching practices that lead to high-quality education, which serves the needs of inclusive societies and social and epistemic justice. This book presents cutting-edge qualitative case-study research across a range of educational contexts, research-method contributions and theory-oriented chapters […]

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{Call for Chapters} Multilingual and Multicultural Perspectives on Higher Education and Implications for Teaching

Editors Sviatlana Karpava, University of Cyprus, Cyprus Call for Chapters Proposals Submission Deadline: April 28, 2021 Full Chapters Due: August 26, 2021 Submission Date: August 26, 2021 Introduction The edited volume ‘Multilingual and Multicultural Perspectives on Higher Education and Implications for Teaching’ will be a collection of research chapters which will provide insights in the field of multilingualism and multiculturalism […]

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{Lecture Recording} the Phonology of English as an International Language

Prof Jennifer Jenkins’ lecture on “the Phonology of English as an International Language” at the University College London Summer Course in English Phonetics 2002. However, there are a couple of caveats which Prof Jenkins wants to add here: The two key ones are first, that she used EIL rather than ELF because EIL was better understood back in 2002 (also […]

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{call for chapters} Principles of TESOL: Culture, Language, and Theory

Principles of TESOL: Culture, Language, and Theory Proposals for contributions due March 12, 2021 This book focuses on preparing teacher candidates to teach culturally and linguistically diverse student populations in K-12 schools. This multi-authored volume edited by Lena Shaqareq and Tia Kimball, focuses on creating a comprehensive text to increase teacher candidates’ knowledge and understanding of the effects of culture, […]

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