Conference Papers

2016

  • Fay, R., Zhou, X., & Huang, Z.M. (2016, November). Among the IALIC-ists: the transcreation of intercultural knowledge landscapes. Paper presented the 16th IALIC Conference, “Bridging across languages and cultures in everyday life: new roles for changing scenarios”, hosted by the Autonomous University of Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain, November 25th-27th, 2016. ppt
  • Andrews, J. and Fay, R. [on behalf of colleagues from the Researching Multilingually and Creative Arts Hubs of the Researching Multilingually at the Borders of Language, the Body, Law, and the State project] (2016, November). Researchers as mediators: languaging and culturing when researching multilingually. Paper presented at the 16th IALIC Conference, “Bridging across languages and cultures in everyday life: new roles for changing scenarios”, hosted by the Autonomous University of Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain, November 25th-27th, 2016. ppt
  • Fay,  R. [on behalf of colleagues from the Researching Multilingually and Creative Arts Hubs of the Researching Multilingually at the Borders of Language, the Body, Law, and the State project] (2016, November). Interthinking creatively, or what happens when creative artists and language researchers  work together (Paper 2 of the symposium Transformative creativity: arts and performance in language and intercultural research). Paper presented at the 16th IALIC Conference, “Bridging across languages and cultures in everyday life: new roles for changing scenarios”, hosted by the Autonomous University of Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain, November 25th-27th, 2016. ppt
  • Harvey,  L. (2016, November). Collaboration and co-creation in adapting language and intercultural research for performance (Paper 1 of the symposium: Transformative creativity: arts and performance in language and intercultural research). Paper presented at the 16th IALIC Conference, “Bridging across languages and cultures in everyday life: new roles for changing scenarios”, hosted by the Autonomous University of Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain, November 25th-27th, 2016. ppt
  • Harvey,  L. (2016, November). Interdisciplinary (and) intercultural mediation: Adapting language and intercultural research for performance. Paper presented at the 16th IALIC Conference, “Bridging across languages and cultures in everyday life: new roles for changing scenarios”, hosted by the Autonomous University of Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain, November 25th-27th, 2016. ppt
  • Huang, Z. M. (2016, November). Through arts-mediated imagination:the transcreation of intercultural personhood (Paper 4 of the symposium: Transformative creativity: arts and performance in language and intercultural research). Paper presented the 16th IALIC Conference, “Bridging across languages and cultures in everyday life: new roles for changing scenarios”, hosted by the Autonomous University of Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain, November 25th-27th, 2016. ppt
  • Palacios, N. (2016, November). Narratives of a professional sojourner: mediating between languages and cultures. Paper presented the 16th IALIC Conference, “Bridging across languages and cultures in everyday life: new roles for changing scenarios”, hosted by the Autonomous University of Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain, November 25th-27th, 2016.
  • Zhou, X. and Pilcher, N. (2016, November). Constructing intercultural competence through intersubjective cultural mediation. Paper presented the 16th IALIC Conference, “Bridging across languages and cultures in everyday life: new roles for changing scenarios”, hosted by the Autonomous University of Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain, November 25th-27th, 2016. ppt
  • [Education and Migration: Language Foregrounded, hosted by Durham University, UK, October 21st-23rd, 2016.]
  • Candarli, D. and Palacios, N. (2016, September). Internationalisation in UK higher education: Experiences of international PhD students. Paper presented at the BAAL/Routledge Applied Linguistics Workshop 2016, “Expectations of and on international students in UK HE: investigating mismatching language ontologies and destabilising encounters”, hosted by Manchester Metropolitan University, UK, September 16th, 2016.
  • Attia, M. (2016, September). Understanding Reflexivity in Light of Dewey’s ‘Trying’ and ‘Undergoing’. Paper presented at the Dewey 2016 conference, hosted by Cambridge University, UK, September 28th-October 01st, 2016.
  • Andrews, J., Pöyhönen, S., Fay, R. and Tarnanen, M. [on behalf of colleagues from the Researching Multilingully Hub of the Researching Multilingually at the Borders of Language, the Body, Law, and the State project](2016, September). Researching Multilingually – exploring emergent linguistic practices in migrant contexts. Paper presented at the 2nd International Conference on the Sociolinguistics of Immigration (Slimig2016), Rapallo (Genova) Italy, September 22nd-23rd, 2016.
  • Andrews, J. and Fay, R. [on behalf of colleagues from the Reseaching Multilingually hub of the Researching Multilingually at the Borders of Language, the Body, Law, and the State project] (2016, September). Researching language/languaging in contexts of pain and pressure: perspectives from 1946 and 2016. Paper presented at the “Taking stock of Applied Linguistics – where are we now?” 49th Annual Meeting of the British Association of Applied Linguistics (BAAL), hosted by Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, 1st-3rd September, 2016. ppt
  • Al-Masri, N., Frimberger, K., Attia, M., Imperiale, G., Fassetta, G. (2016, July). Hope is our bread and butter’: towards a human ecological language pedagogy in the context of siege. Paper presented at the 2nd BIBAC (Building Interdisciplinary Bridges Across Cultures) International Conference, hosted by Cambridge University, UK, July 30th-August 01st, 2016.
  • Fay, R., Hawley, R. and Sherwood, E. (2016, July). ‘Klezmer returns to college’ – intercultural experience and social engagement through musical performance. Pape presented at the 2nd  BIBAC (Building Interdisciplinary Bridges Across Cultures) International Conference, hosted by the Cambridge University, UK, July 30th-August 01st, 2016. ppt
  • Huang, Z.M. (2016, July). An interdisciplinary exploration of intercultural sense: Engaging with Visual-Creative-Arts in, as and for research. Paper presented at the 2nd BIBAC (Building Interdisciplinary Bridges Across Cultures) International Conference, hosted by Cambridge University, UK, July 30th-August 01st, 2016.
  • Huang, Z.M. (2016, July). Making sense of intercultural experience: Alex’s ‘mindfulness-bubble’. Poster presented at the 2nd BIBAC (Building Interdisciplinary Bridges Across Cultures) International Conference, hosted by Cambridge University, UK, July 30th-August 01st, 2016.
  • Tantiniranat, S. and Fay, R. (2016, July). Raising interculturally-oriented ELF awareness of EFL teachers in Thai universities. Paper presented at the ALA 2016 Conference (of the Association for Language Awareness) Languages for Life: Educational, Professional and Social Contexts, hosted by UW Wien (Vienna University of Economics and Business), July 19th-22nd, 2016. ppt
  • Tantiniranat, S. (2016, June). Surprisingly unsurprising practitioners’ perspectives regarding the purposes and paradigms of teaching English: Some implications for preparing Thai undergraduates for intercultural communication in English. Poster presented at the Post Graduate Summer Research Showcase, hosted by The University of Manchester, UK, June 30th, 2016. ppt
  • Dawson, S. (2016, June). “Now I understand my puzzle more better than ever”: understanding ‘understanding’ in learner practitioner research. Paper presented at the Warwick PhD conference, June 28th-30th, 2016.
  • Halldorsdottir, T. (2016, May). Warring wor(l)ds: stories as soft weapons and resources of hope. Paper presented at The Twelfth International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, hosted by the University of Illinois, USA, May 18th-21st, 2016.
  • Fay, R., Andrews, J., Frimberger, K. and Tordzro, G. (2016, May). Creative interthinking: interthinking creatively. Paper presented at The Twelfth International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, hosted by the University of Illinois, USA, May 18th-21st, 2016.
  • Huang, Z.M. (2016, May). Through the eye of visual-creative-arts: exploring intercultural personhood. Paper presented at The Twelfth International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, hosted by the University of Illinois, USA, May 18th-21st, 2016.
  • Arkhipenka, V., Fitriyah, S.M. and Sahar, R. (2016, May). Narrative researcher praxis: three reflections on developing doctoral practice. Symposium presented as LANTERN Lunch-time Talk No 6, at the Manchester Institute of Education, May 13th, 2016.
  • Howes, A., Goldrick, S., Arkhipenka, V., Palacios, N., Fitriyah, S.M. and Dawson, S. (2016, April). Exploring participants’ changing perspectives through the life of an inter-school, collaborative, research and development project. Symposium presented as LANTERN Lunch-time Talk No 5, at the Manchester Institute of Education, April 29th, 2016.
  • White, R. and Fay, R. (2016, April). Paradigm humility and appropriate methodology in Global Mental Health. Paper presented at The Emergence of Global Mental Health Workshop, hosted by Kings College, London, April 28th, 2016. Lightening Talk ppt
  • Tantiniranat, S., Perez Gracia, E. and Fitriyah, S.M. (2016, April). Ecologies of emerging English language curricula: learning from three different contexts. Paper presented at the 19th CultNet, hosted by Durham University, April 21st-23rd, 2016. ppt
  • Tantiniranat, S. (2016, April). Challenges of preparing Thai undergraduates for an intercultural age: some TESOL practitioners’ perspectives. Paper presented at the 19th CultNet, hosted by Durham University, April 21st-23rd, 2016. ppt
  • Sahar, R. (2016, April). Cultures of doctoral supervision: understanding the narrativised experiences of doctoral students at a Malaysian university. Paper presented at the 19th CultNet, hosted by Durham University, April 21st-23rd, 2016.
  • Perez Gracia, E., Gomez Parra, E. and Serrano Rodriguez, R. (2016, April). Key intercultural competences for CLIL teachers. Paper presented at the 19th CultNet, hosted by Durham University, April 21st-23rd, 2016.
  • Palacios, N. and Onat-Stelma, Z. (2016, April). Stories of professional sojourns: understanding Mexican teachers who participate in the FLUP Mexico-UK. Paper presented at the 19th CultNet, hosted by Durham University, April 21st-23rd, 2016. ppt
  • Huang, Z.M., Fay, R. and White, R. (2016, April). The Knowledge Landscape of 念(niàn)/mindfulness: Intercultural Ethics for Transcreation. Paper presented at the 19th CultNet, hosted by Durham University, April 21st-23rd, 2016. ppt
  • Holmes, P., Fay, R., Attia, M. and Andrews, J. (2016, April). Researching multilingually and interculturally. Paper presented at the 19th CultNet, hosted by Durham University, April 21st-23rd, 2016. ppt
  • Espejo, R., Golubeva, I. and Gomez Parra, E. (2016, April). Redefining understanding of (intercultural) citizenship by university students. Paper presented at the 19th CultNet, hosted by Durham University, April 21st-23rd, 2016.
  • Davcheva, L. and Fay, R. (2016, April). “Es como llevar naranjas a … Sefarad”: Tales of Ladino from the Bulgarian Sephardic Community. Guest lecture given at the University of Cordoba, Spain, April 15th, 2016. Cordoba_2016b
  • Arkhipenka, V. (2016, April). A narrative exploration of MA TESOL participants’ professional development. Paper presented at TESOL Convention, Baltimore, USA, April 5th-8th, 2016.
  • Davcheva, L. and Fay, R. (2016, March). “They thought they heard somebody who had risen from their grave”: stories of multilingual, collaborative, narrative research into Ladino and intercultural identity. Paper presented as LANTERN Lunch-time Talk No. 4 at the Manchester Institute of Education, March 4th, 2016.
  • Huang, Z.M. and Pickard-Smith, K. (2016 February). Using visual-creative-arts to explore intercultural personhood and maths identities. Symposium presented as LANTERN Lunch-time Talk No. 3 at the Manchester Institute of Education, February 26th, 2016.
  • Fay, R. [on behalf of the AHRC Project Team] (2016, February). Living interculturally in a languaged world. Invited Public Lecture presented [as part of the School of Politics, Philosophy, Language and Communication Studies series issues relating to languages, intercultural communication and citizenship education], University of East Anglia, UK, February 25th, 2016.

2015

  • Fay, R., Hawley, R. and Sherwood, E. (2015, November). Ethnomusicological bridges and social engagement through klezmer: interdisciplinary dialogues and intercultural performance. Paper presented at The 15th IALIC Conference on “Intercultural Communication in Social Practice”, hosted by Peking University, China, November 27th – 29th, 2015. ppt slides & Video clip shown at end of talk
  • Zhou, X. and Fay, R. (2015, November). ‘Home’, an overlooked space for intercultural competence development? Paper presented at The 15th IALIC Conference on “Intercultural Communication in Social Practice”, hosted by Peking University, China, November 27th – 29th, 2015. ppt slides
  • Zhou, X., Penman, C. and Ratz, S. (2015, November). A four-dimensional exploration of university students’ intercultural competence development against the backdrop of internationalising Higher Education. Paper presented at The 15th IALIC Conference on “Intercultural Communication in Social Practice”, hosted by Peking University, China, November 27th – 29th, 2015.
  • Huang, Z. (2015, November). Through the Eye of Visual/Creative-arts: Understanding Mature Students’ Intercultural Experiences at an Internationalised UK University. Paper presented at The 15th IALIC Conference on “Intercultural Communication in Social Practice”, hosted by Peking University, China, November 27th – 29th, 2015.
  • Huang, Z., Fay, R. and White, R. (2015, November). Intercultural knowledge-work and the transcultural development of ideas: 念(niàn)/mindfulness, intercultural communication, and psychotherapy. Paper presented at The 15th IALIC Conference on “Intercultural Communication in Social Practice”, hosted by Peking University, China, November 27th – 29th, 2015.ppt slides
  • Fay, R. (2015, November). “Working with and from what we have” – teachers as drivers of intercultural education. Online Plenary presented at the 1st International Conference on Bilingual Education: Good practices across the four educational stages, hosted by the University of Cordoba, Spain, November 17th – 20th, 2015. Cordoba slides (ppt)
  • Andrews, J., Attia, M., Holmes, P. and Fay, R. (2015, November). Universities as sites of multilingualism: exploring our experiences on a multi-lingual, multidisciplinary research project. Paper presented at The multilingual university: the impact of linguistic diversity in Higher Education in English-dominant and EMI contexts (Seminar 4 in the ESRC-funded The Multilingual University seminar series), hosted by the University of Birmingham, November 13th, 2015. Birmingham slides
  • Davcheva, L. and Fay, R. (2015, November). Living intercultural lives: identity performance and zones of interculturality. Guest Lecture given at Sofia University, Bulgaria, November 9th, 2015. Ladino Sofia slides
  • Fay, R., Andrews, J., Holmes, P. and Attia, M. (2015, November). RM-ly work in progress: some current whats and hows from our interdisciplinary, collaborative work to date. Presentation as part of the AHRC Researching Multilingually at the Borders of Language, the Body, Law and the State symposium, Bucharest, Romania, November 3rd – 6th, 2015. Bucharest 2 slides
  • Holmes, P., Fay, R., Andrews, J. and Attia, M. (2015, November).Revisiting a framework for Researching Multilingually: Contributions from critical theory, intercultural relations, ethics, and the creative arts. Presentation as part of the AHRC Researching Multilingually at the Borders of Language, the Body, Law and the State symposium, Bucharest, Romania, November 3rd – 6th, 2015. Bucharest 1 slides
  • Harvey, L. (2015, October). ‘I am Italian in the world’: A mobile student’s story of language learning and ideological becoming. Invited paper, Department of English Language and Linguistics, University of Essex, October 29th, 2015.
  • Fay, R. [on behalf of the RMTC Hub] (2015, October). What does it mean to be (en)languaged in a world of vulnerability, discrimination, inequity and pain? Researching multilingually ay the borders of language, the body, law and the state. Paper presented at the Research Matters seminar series, hosted by the Manchester Institute of Education at The University of Manchester, October 28th, 2015. Research Matters slides
  • Stelma, J. (2015, October). Language Teachers doing Research: What, How and Why. IATEFL Web Conference, Making connections across borders in ELT. October, 23rd -24th, 2015. video
  • Fay, R. [on behalf of all the AHRC project team] (2015, October). The role of the arts in researching multilingually at the borders of language, the body, law and the state. Paper presented at the Language Research, Performance and the Creative Arts scoping event, hosted by the University of Leeds, October 16th, 2015. ppt slides
  • Harvey, L. (2015). Making the mechanics visible: Adapting language education research for performance. Paper presented at Language Research, Performance and the Creative Arts, University of Leeds, October 16th, 2015.
  • Huang, Z. (2015, October). Through the Eye of Visual-Creative-Arts (VCAs): Understanding Mature Students’ Intercultural Experiences. Paper presented at the Language Research, Performance and the Creative Arts scoping event hosted by the University of Leeds, October 16th , 2015.
  • Harvey, L. (2015, October). ‘Making the mechanics visible’: adapting language research for performance. Paper presented at the Language Research, Performance, and the Creative Arts scoping event hosted by the University of Leeds, October 16th, 2015.
  • Harvey, L. and Lewis, R. (2015, September). The Other and the other in intercultural engagement: From authoritative discourse to dialogic possibilities for belonging. Paper presented at 3rd ESTIDIA Conference, Ovidius University, Constanta, Romania, September 25th-26th, 2015.
  • Davcheva, L. and Fay, R. (2015, September). Living intercultural lives: Identity performance and zones of interculturality. Paper presented at the Cultural Horizons: Identities, Relationships and Languages in Migration conference, Cagliari (Sardinia/Italy), September 25th – 27th, 2015. Ladino Cagliari slides
  • White, R., Fay, R., Kasujja, R. and Okalo, P. (2015, September). Global mental health: the importance of contextual sensitivity and appropriate methodologies. Paper presented at MAGic 2015 Anthropology and Global Health: Interrogating Theory, Policy and Practice, hosted by the University of Sussex, 9th – 11th September, 2015. MAGic slides
  • Candarli, D. (2015, September). The development of discontinuous sequences in non-native novice academic writing: A longitudinal study. Paper presented at the 48th Annual Meeting of the British Association for Applied Linguistics (BAAL), Aston University, September 3rd – 5th, 2015.
  • Fay, R., Andrews, J., Holmes, P. and Attia, M. (2015, September). Revisiting linguistic preparation: Some new directions arising from researching multilingually. Paper presented at the 48th Annual Meeting of the British Association for Applied Linguistics (BAAL), hosted by Aston University, September 3rd – 5th, 2015. BAAL2015 slides
  • Harvey, L. and Bradley, J. (2015, September). Researching performance and performing research: Telling stories responsibly. Paper presented at the 48th Annual Meeting of the British Association for Applied Linguistics (BAAL), Aston University, September 3rd – 5th, 2015.
  • Candarli, D. (2015, July). A longitudinal investigation of lexical bundles in a learner corpus. Paper presented at the Eighth International Corpus Linguistics conference (CL2015), hosted by Lancaster University, UK, 21st – 24th July, 2015.
  • Fitriyah, S.M. (2015, July). The Introduction of EMI and its Reversal: Insights from Multilingual Indonesia. 11th Annual Conference of the BAAL Language Learning and Teaching SIG. Edinburgh, UK, 2nd – 3rd July, 2015.
  • Tantiniranat, S. (2015, July). The goal is to teach English, not London is the city with diverse culture. No.”: Some implications for ELF teacher education: an ASEAN perspective. Paper presented at the 12th ELIA Conference hosted by the University of Seville, Spain, 1st – 3rd July, 2015.
  • Gomez Parra, M. E. and Fay, R. (2015, July). Teacher education as intercultural practice: narratives of Spanish-medium practicum experiences in the refugee camps of Western Sahara. Paper presented at the 12th ELIA Conference ELIA XII, hosted by the University of Seville, Spain, 1st – 3rd July, 2015. slides
  • Tantiniranat, S. (2015, June). The potential role of English language education in developing interculturally competent graduates: an ASEAN perspective. Round Table paper presented at the Education and Development Cooperation Conference hosted by the University of Cordoba, Spain, 3rd – 6th June, 2015.
  • Fitriyah, S.M. (2015, June). The Threat to Linguistic Diversity from National and Global Languages? The Case of Indonesia. Round Table paper presented at the Education and Development Cooperation Conference hosted by the University of Cordoba, Spain, 3rd – 6th June, 2015.
  • Fay, R. (2015, June). Identity, citizenship and the curriculum – adopting a critical perspective towards Intercultural Education. Plenary paper presented at the Education and Development Cooperation conference hosted by the University of Cordoba, Spain, 3rd – 6th June, 2015. Slides 
  • Tantiniranat, S. and Fay, R. (2015, May). ASEAN policy documents as an articulation of discourses of intercultural communication and English as a lingua franca. Paper presented at the BAAL IC SIG Annual Meeting, Sheffield, 14th – 15th May, 2015.
  • Harvey, L. (2015, May). Language and the transnational student experience: Developing a research agenda. Paper presented at Rethinking Internationalisation in Higher Education: Methodological and Conceptual Challenges, Newcastle University, May 13th-15th, 2015.
  • Arkhipenka, V. (2015, April). My journey as a researcher: How I crossed the thin line from hating writing to actually loving it. Poster presented at Research SIG pre-conference event, IATEFL, Manchester, 10th April, 2015.
  • Arkhipenka, V. (2015, April). Researching professional development with the use of narrative inquiry. Paper presented at IATEFL (as part of the Research SIG day), Manchester, UK, 12th April 2015.
  • Dawson, S. (2015, April). Exploring the compatibility of Complex Systems Thinking and Exploratory Practice. Paper presented at the Manchester Roundtable on Complex Systems Theory and ELT, Manchester, UK, 15th April, 2015.
  • Dawson, S. (2015, April). EAP learners developing as practitioners of learning. Paper presented at IATEFL (as part of the Learner Autonomy SIG day), Manchester, 11th April, 2015.
  • Dawson, S. (2015, April). On wearing two hats: Doctoral Researcher and Practitioner Researcher. Poster presented at Research SIG pre-conference event, IATEFL, Manchester, UK, 10th April, 2015.
  • Fay, R. and Dawson, S. (2015, April). Cultures of practitioner research: extending Exploratory Practice from language education to researching multilingually collaboration. Paper presented at CultNet, Durham, UK, 17th – 19th April, 2015.
  • Huang, Z. (2015, April) – Mindfulness in Intercultural Communication: Understanding Postgraduates’ accounts of their intercultural experiences at an Internationalised UK University. Paper presented at CultNet meeting, Durham University, April 25th–27th 2014.
  • Kostoulas, A. (2015, April). Resisting Change: Using Complexity Thinking to Understand the Resilience of Traditional Pedagogy. Paper presented at the Manchester Roundtable on Complex Systems Theory and ELT, Manchester, UK, April 15th, 2015.
  • Stelma, J. (2015, April). Images of Complexity in the Practice of Language Teaching and Learning. Paper presented at the Manchester Roundtable on Complex Systems Theory and ELT, Manchester, UK, April 15th, 2015.
  • Kostoulas, A. (2015, April). Teaching English to Early Primary Pupils in Greece: A Critical View. Contribution to panel discussion titled ‘Teaching English to Young Learners: Some International Perspectives’ at the 49th International IATEFL Convention, Manchester, UK, April 11th-14th, 2015.
  • Stelma, J. (2015, April). Young learners and meaning-making. Contribution to panel discussion titled ‘Teaching English to Young Learners: Some International Perspectives’ at the 49th International IATEFL Convention, Manchester, UK, April 11th-14th, 2015.
  • Hanks, J. and Harvey, L. (2015, April). Collaboration, connection and competition: Early-career researchers making sense of impact. Paper presented at iMean 4, University of Warwick, UK, April 9th-11th, 2015.
  • Rostron, M. (2015, February). A Cultural Other in Transnational Education:
    Impact of Globalisation on Student/Teacher Identities. Paper presented at Liberal Arts International Conference 2015, Texas A&M, Qatar, 1st-3rd February, 2015.

2014

  • Arkhipenka, V. (2014, December). Professional development of English language teachers at master’s level: Why do we need to understand it better? Paper presented at the President’s Doctoral Scholar conference, University of Manchester, 10 December 2014.
  • Holmes, P., Fay, R., Andrews, J. and Attia, M. (2014, November). Competence or purposefulness? How researchers harness their multilingual and intercultural resources when researching multilingually. Paper presented at the 14th IALIC Conference, “Linguistic resources and intercultural (communicative) competence: bridging a theoretical and empirical gap”, hosted by the University of Aveiro, Aveiro, Portugal, November 28th-30th, 2014.
  • Candarli, D. (2014, September). “In addition to this (bunun yani sirs) …”: Formulaic sequences in Turkish Essays. Paper presented at 17th International Conference on Turkish Linguistics, Rouen, France.
  • Fitriyah, S.M. (2014, August). The Introduction and Subsequent Move Away from CLIL in Indonesian Secondary Schools: Some Strategic and Pedagogic Considerations. Paper presented at CLIL conference, Venice, 28-30 August 2014.
  • Kostoulas, A. (2014, July). Tracing dynamics of intentions in Greek ELT. Paper presented at the 10th Annual BAAL Language Learning and Teaching Conference Leeds, 3 – 4 July 2014.
  • Stelma, J. (2014, July). Understanding the complexity of language classroom activity as an intentional system. BAAL Language Learning and Teaching SIG Annual Conference, Leeds, 3 – 4 July 2014.
  • LTE Conference, 25th June 2014. – ‘Bring it back home’  Conference programme and presentations. Ellen Wilkinson, Manchester.
  • Stelma, J. and Lee, W.J. (2014, May). Becoming an intentional language learner – making an intentional world. Paper presented at the Matters of the Mind: Psychology and Language Learning conference, Graz, Austria, 29-31 May 2014).
  • Tantiniranat, S. (2014, May). ASEAN and Thai Policy Documents Analysis: Implications for TESOL Practitioners in Intercultural Age. Paper presented at Kaleidoscope Conference2014, University of Cambridge, 29-30th May 2014.Full paper published at http://corerj.educ.cam.ac.uk/currentissue/.
  • Tantiniranat, S. (2014, May). Mapping the Intercultural (Communicative) Competence Territory: Analyzing Education Policy Documents within ASEAN Economic Community Context. Paper presented at BAAL IC SIG, University of Edinburgh, May 22nd-23 2014.
  • Fitriyah, S.M. (2014, May)Indonesian Language Policy Reversal: Impacts on Teachers’ Motivation to Develop Professionally. Paper presented at Kaleidoscope Conference2014, University of Cambridge, 29-30th May 2014.
  • Halldórsdóttir, T. (2014, May). Walking the Talk: Tensions between Analysis and Advocacy in Ethical Inquiry. Paper Presented at Tenth International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry in Champaign-Urbana in May 2014.
  • Breen, P. & Khan, S. (2014, May). Introducing TPACK in a Widening Participation Context. Paper presented at Paulo Freire and Transformative Education: Changing Lives and Transforming Communities Conference, University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) School of Education & Social Science and The Freire Institute, 28th April – 1st May 2014.
  • Tantiniranat, S. (2014, April). The Challenges and Possibilities of Investigating English Language Teaching from an Intercultural Perspective. Paper presented at CultNet meeting, Durham University, April 25th – 27th 2014.
  • Fitriyah, S.M. (2014, April). Indonesian English-medium Instruction: Policy, Controversy, and Practicalities. Paper presented at IATEFL, Harrogate, 2-5 April, 2014.
  • Dawson, S. (2014, April). The contribution of Exploratory Practice to Professional Development: Research FindingsPaper presented at IATEFL, Harrogate, 2-5 April, 2014.
  • Rostron, M. (2014, February). It’s long, it’s hard, it’s boring: Student Voices on Reading. Paper presented at Qatar TESOL conference, Promoting a Culture of Reading, College of the North Atlantic, Doha, Qatar, 21-22 Feb, 2014.
  • Fitriyah, S.M. (2014, January). Narrative of Indonesian Science and Mathematics teachers’ experiences of Interdisciplinary Curriculum. Paper presented at Interdisciplinary Symposium, Manchester Institute of Education on January 31st, 2014.
  • Tantiniranat, S. (2014, January). The challenges and possibilities of investigating English language teaching from an intercultural perspective. Paper presented at Interdisciplinary Symposium, Manchester Institute of Education on January 31st, 2014.
  • Breen, P. & Veliaris, D. (2014) Tailoring graduate attributes to meet the needs of international students in a pathway program. Paper presented by Donna Veliaris at The ISANA International Academy Association Conference in Adelaide December 2014 with proceedings to be published in the Journal of the Australia and New Zealand Student Services Association (April 2015).  

2013

Dawson, S. (2013, October) – From Action Research to Exploratory Practice: a search for a ‘sense of plausibility’ Paper presented at Classroom-oriented research: reconciling theory and practice, October 14th -16th 2013, Konin, Poland,

  • Breen, P. (2013, September) – Teachers in a tide of change: technology’s influence on professional practice. Paper presented at Identity Explored: Language Centre, Language Professional, Language Teacher, Language Learner, 13-15 September 2013, Helsinki, Finland.
  • Rostron, M. (2013, Fall) – Plagiarism and culture. Paper presented at Qatar Faculty Forum, Carnegie-Mellon University in Qatar. 
  • Onat-Stelma, Z. (2013, May) – Invited keynote speaker, Teachers Reflect, Teachers Research: Timeless Principles in Changing Times? Presented at Bilgi University ELT Conference, 11 May 2013, Istanbul, Turkey.
  • Breen, P. (May, 2013)An unending affair – Culture, Language & Identity in Northern Ireland. Paper presented at the Albanian Society of English International Conference on British and American Studies, Canadian Institute of Technology, Tirana, May 3rd 2013.
  • Fitriyah, S.M.  (2013, April)Indonesian lecturers’ and students’ experience and perception on CLIL – Content and Language Integrated LearningPaper presented at Integrating Content and Language in Higher Education Conference in Maastricht, the Netherlands.10-13 April 2013
  • Javier, E. (2013, March)“Real” Teachers? – Visible ethnic minority native English speaking teachers. Paper presented at TESOL Convention20-23 March 2013 in Dallas, Texas, USA.
  • Harvey, L.  (2013, March) – ?? Paper presented at American Association of Applied Linguistics Conference, Dallas

2012

  • Stelma, J., Onat-Stelma, Z. and Lee, W.J. (2012, September). Ecologies of intentionality in the teaching of English to young learners. BAAL Annual Conference, University of Southampton, September 6–8, 2012.
  • Firth, M., (2012, June) Do students use their agency in university lectures? An analysis of two Quantitative Research Methods to ascertain Human Agency use in Manchester Metropolitan University, Poster presentation at the Agency Conference, June, Cambridge, UK.
  • Halldórsdóttir, T. (2012, May) – So you think you know Scheherazad? Paper presented at Constructing narratives of continuity and change, Canterbury University, 12 May 2012.
  • Javier, E.  (2012, May) – You, Me and Us: Researching the racial and linguistic aspects of visible ethnic minority, native speaker teacher identities in TESOL. Paper presented at Constructing narratives of continuity and change, Canterbury University, 12 May 2012.
  • Breen, P. (2012, April) – Attitudes to the role of Communities of Practice in an international education environment. Paper presented at INTO University Partnerships Annual Conference Presentation & Seminar session, The University of Oregon, Corvallis, United States.
  • Rostron, M. (2012, April)  – “Are we teaching/are they learning? Academic writing blues”. Paper presented at the Qatar TESOL Conference, 13-14 April 2012, Doha, Qatar.
  • Fay, R. (2012, April). Intercultural perspectives on world music ensemble methodology in the UK: klezmer as a transglobal music with roots in Southeastern Europe. Paper (to be) presented at the Third Symposium of the ICTM Study Group for Music and Dance in Southeastern Europe, April 17th – 22nd, 2012 in Berovo, Macedonia.
  • Halldórsdóttir, T.  (2012, April) – Translating the Odalisque: to Bewilder (the) English with Arabic. Paper submitted to Narratives in/of Translation: To Think is to Experiment CNR Postgraduate Research Day, London on 25 April 2012.
  • Stelma, J. (2012, April). Intentionality, convention and fashion in researching multilingually. Researching Multilingually, AHRC seminar, University of the West of England, Bristol, 25 April 2012.
  • Firth, M., (2012) –  Are you aware of others? A critical exploration of student identity development for the customer service point.  Paper presented at the 9th Circle conference.

 2011

  • Firth, M., (2011, November) Poster for HK, A critical examination of soft skills for Global Citizenship in Hospitality, Tourism and Events management education in the UK. In review for the International Journal of Hospitality Management, Elsevier. Poster presentation at the International Research Summit for Hospitality and Tourism, Hong Kong. Conference.
  • Firth, M., (2011, November) HK Presentation: A critical analysis of identity and agency in Hospitality, Tourism and Events Management education in the UK. In review for the International Journal of Hospitality Management, Elsevier. Paper presentation at the International Research Summit for Hospitality and Tourism, Hong Kong.
  • Firth, M., and Baum, T., (2011, November) Generation Z: Soft skill development for Hospitality and Tourism Students from education to industry. Paper presentation at the International Research Summit for Hospitality and Tourism, Hong Kong.
  • Kostoulas, A. (2011, October)From applying Theory to theorising practice: building small-t theories in Greek TESOL. Talk delivered at the Panhellenic [Greek National] Association of State Schools Teachers of English (PEKADE) professional development day “Empowering Language Teaching”. Athens, Greece.
    This talk has been expanded in an article at the invitation of the editorial board of Aspects Today, the peer-reviewed journal of the Association, and it is expected to appear in late 2011 or early 2012.
  • Rostron, M.  (2011, October) —– “Cooperative Development or the Art of Teacher Maintenance”. Paper presented at the international TESOL ConferencePutting Research into Practice, Doha, Qatar, 1st – 3rd October, 2011.  CD or the Art of Teacher Maintenance, TESOL Doha Oct 2011
  • Zhou, X. and  Fay, R.  (2011, September) —- “A Case of Chinese Whispers: Some researcher-supervisor dynamics when working between Chinese and English”. Paper presented (as “Paper 1 of Colloquium Doing research multilingually: diverse approaches and representational choices) at the BAAL 2011 annual conference, 1st- 3rd September 2011, hosted by the University of the West of England, Bristol, UK. Abstract ppt
  • Mariam Attia (2011, September)—- “Reflective practice in research undertaken multilingually”. Paper presented (as Paper 2 of the colloquium Doing research multilingually: Diverse approaches and representational choices) at the BAAL 2011 annual conference, 1st- 3rd September 2011, hosted by the University of the West of England, Bristol, UK. [Abstractppt
  • Jane Andrews (2011, September) —- “Lost in translation? Working with an interpreter in interview research”. Paper presented (as Paper 3 of the colloquium Doing research multilingually: Diverse approaches and representational choices) at the BAAL 2011 annual conference, 1st- 3rd September 2011, hosted by the University of the West of England, Bristol, UK. ppt
  • Richard Fay and Leah Davcheva ( 2011, September) —- “Ladino and Sephardic Jews in Bulgaria: Focus on one language (Ladino), fieldwork in another (Bulgarian), and analysis and presentation in a third (English)”. Paper presented (as Paper 4 of the colloquium Doing research multilingually: Diverse approaches and representational choices) at the BAAL 2011 annual conference, 1st- 3rd September 2011, hosted by the University of the West of England, Bristol, UK. Abstract ppt
  • Leah Davcheva and Richard Fay (2011, September)— “Snatches of Spain in the stories of Sephardim in Bulgaria”, paper presented at the 1st Global Erensya Platform Summit, Bulgaria, 19th -21st September 2011. ppt
  • Magda Rostron (2011, September) —– “Arabic versus English – Language, Culture and Education in Qatari Students’ Learning Experiences”. Paper (to be) presented at the Georgetown University Culture and Polictics seminar, GU-Q, Doha, Qatar, 22nd September 2011. ppt
  • Leah Davcheva and Richard Fay (2011, September)— “The Roles of Ladino in the Identity-Play of Sephardic Jews in Bulgaria”. Paper (to be) presented at the 4th ENIEDA Conference on Linguistic and Intercultural Education –Negotiating and constructing European identities across languages and cultures, Vršac, Serbia, 29 September-1 October 2011. Abstract Conference Webpage ppt
  • Firth, M., (2011, September) A critical analysis of the BEIR model of Global Citizenship for vocational students, presented at the Global Vision, Local Action conference, Bournemouth. Conference.
  • Mariam Attia (2011, August) —– “A Window into the Relationship between Teacher Cognition and Technology Use”. Paper presented at EUROCALL 2011(Nottingham, England, 31 August – 3 September, 2011). ppt
  • Richard Fay and Diane Slaouti (2011, July) —- “Expanding learning boundaries: developing computer-mediated intercultural competence with peers in international settings”. Paper presented at the Faculty Teaching and Learning Showcase, 5th July 2011, Faculty of Humanities, University of Manchester. [link] [ppt]
  • Julian Edge (2011, July) — “In search of the hybrid: Discourse analysis, TESOL methodology and cultural politics”. Video presentation at BAAL Sig conference (above.) The Aston-BAAL_hout
  • Breen, P. ; Kitching, S. & Wendelkin, P.  (2011, June) – A Platform of Good Practice – Developing a Virtual Learning Environment from Content & Support towards a Community Of Practice. Paper presented at INTO University
    Partnerships Annual Conference Presentation & Seminar session, Exeter University.
  • Kostoulas, A.(2011, June). The emergence of eclectic pedagogy in ELT settings. Paper presented at New Dynamics of Language Learning: Spaces and Places – Intentions and Opportunities, hosted by the University of Jyväskylä. Jyväskylä, Finland.
  • LTE ‘conference’“From here to there …. and back again — Conference papers by the LTE doctoral community”, Friday June 3rd, Ellen Wilkinson building — see full details here
  • Leah Davcheva and Richard Fay  (2011, June)—– “Linguistic Identity-Play Amongst Sephardic Jews in Bulgaria: A Narrative Study”. Paper presented at theLanguage, Identity, and Intercultural Communication joint conference of the British Association for Applied Linguistics Intercultural Communication Special Interest Group and The Annual Bloomsbury Round Table, 9th -10th June, 2011, Birkbeck College, University of London). Abstractppt
  • Richard Fay (2011, June) —- “Possible contributions from Applied Linguistics, Intercultural Education, Narrative Inquiry and Researcher Education“. Paper presented at the Researching effectively medical histories: the international impact of the diagnosis of transsexuality on local gender variant identities, 13th-14th June 2011, hosted by Manchester Metropolitan University.
  • Paul Vincent Smith (2011, June) — “The ‘how’ of reading: indexical repair in comments on an unfinished essay”. Paper presented at the Academic Literacies Research Group seminar, “Reading in the Academy”, Institute of Education, London, 17th June 2011. [abstract] [ppt]
  • Richard Fay (2011, May) —- “Lyra-dom revisited: Cretan masculinity and other performer sensibilities“. Paper presented at the Musicology Forum at The University of Manchester, 5th May 2011.
  • Richard Fay (2011, May)— Educators as intercultural practitioners – a language teacher education (TESOL) perspective. Seminar / Paper (to be) given at the University Of Thessaly, Volos, Greece, Wednesday May 11th.
  • Magda Rostron (2011, May) —- “From reflective teaching to teacher-generated research”, presentation at the Supreme Education Council’s Conference and Exhibition to showcase Action Research projects completed by school leaders, teachers and other educators; SEC, Doha, Qatar, 15th May 2011.SEC From reflective teaching to teacher-generated research
  • Tanya Halldorsdottir (2011, May) —– “Challenging Regimes of Truth: A Feminist Perspective on the Narrative Study of Lives”. Paper (to be) presented atThe 7th International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, 18th – 21st May 2011, hosted by The University of Illinois, Urbana-Champagne, Illinois, USA
  • Eljee Javier (2011, May) —– “Researcher Positionality: The Effects of Revealing My Story to Participants in a Narrative Based Study”. ”Paper (to be) presented at The 7th International Congress of Qualitative Inquiry, 18th – 21st May 2011, hosted by The University of Illinois, Urbana-Champagne, Illinois, USA.
  • Magda Rostron (April, 2011) —– “Reading Kafka in Qatar”. Paper presented at Qatar-TESOL conference ”Developing Critical Thinking in the English Classroom”, Doha, Qatar, 8th – 9th April, 2011.
  • Magdalena De Stefani (April, 2011)—– “Teaching in secondary school with Moodle: An  action research project in provincial Uruguay”. Paper presented at URUTESOL Biennial ConventionMontevideo, Uruguay, April 8th -10th, 2011. Click here: URUTESOL ppt
  • Xiaowei Zhou and Richard Fay (April, 2011)— “Using a Small-Culture Narrative Approach to Explore Intercultural Communication: A Departmental Approach and a Chinese-focused Case study”. Paper presented at theLinguistics Salon at Peking University, Beijing, 25th April, 2011. [here is the poster advertising the event and here is a photo of us giving the paper as accompanied by this powerpoint slideshow]
  • Kostoulas, A. (2011). English under the multicultural lens: a critical analysis of the EFL textbooks used in secondary education [In Modern Greek]. In Georgogiannis, P. (ed.) Intercultural education, immigration and Greek as a second or foreign language. Vol. B. (pp. 457-470). Patras, Greece: University of Patras Centre for Research on Intercultural Education.
  • Kostoulas, A. (2011). Developing Multicultural Awareness Through English: Reflections on culture and multiculturalism. In Argyriou, M. and Kambylis, P. (eds.) Arts and Education: Creative Ways into Languages Conference Proceedings, Vol. A, Theoretical and Research Papers (pp. 11-15). Athens: GAPMET and University of Athens.
  • Kostoulas, A. (2011). Said attitudes and unsaid practices in English language teaching. In Panajoti, A. (ed.) The Said and the Unsaid: Papers on Language, Literature and Cultural Studies (pp. 151-159). Vlorë, Albania: University of Vlora “Ismail Qemali”.
  • Julian Edge (2011, March) “The reflexive teacher educator: Roots and wings”. Presentation at TESOL Convention, New Orleans, 17-19 March 2011. [Julian Edge TESOL 2011]

2010

  • Kostoulas, A. (2010). ‘Between paradigms: a case study of a language school in Greece.’ In Georgogiannis, P. and Baros, V. (eds.) Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Intercultural Education, Immigration, Conflict Management and Pedagogy for Democracy. (pp. 401-411). Patras, Greece: University of Patras Centre for Research on Intercultural Education.
  • Onat-Stelma, Z. (2010, May) – Invited speaker, “Teachers as researchers: Taking a road less travelled”. Bilgi University ELT Conference, 15 May 2010, Istanbul, Turkey.
  • Onat-Stelma, Z. and Stelma, J. (2010, May) – “Contextual influences on the professional development of Turkish young learner teachers”. Maltepe University, 2nd International Conference on English Language Teaching. 7-8 May 2010, Istanbul, Turkey 
  • Onat-Stelma, Z., Slaouti,D. & Motteram, G. (2010, April) Invited speakers, Cambridge University Press Keynote Address: “Teachers, Technology and Context”. 44th Annual IATEFL Conference, 7-11 April 2010, Harrogate.  v