Mur-Dueñas, Pilar: “Academics’ digital discursive practices in English: A genre-based analysis of the websites of international research projects” Abstract Academics’ discursive practices are becoming more and more varied and demanding as it seems to be increasingly necessary not only to…View more
Herrando-Rodrigo, Isabel: “Authors’ visibility in medical discourse: is there a single framework of corpus analysis to fit it all?” Abstract This study aims to contribute to the concept of writer’s visibility inspired by approaches to the analysis of identity in…View more
An InterGedi researcher participated in a panel chaired by Sally Burgess and made up of applied linguists and researcher-practitioners. They explored the benefits of cross-pollination between those who work with users of EAL and researchers who explore the phenomenon of multilingual academic text production.
Shaw, Oliver: Learning from one another: a dialogue between applied linguists and researcher practitioners Abstract The critical stance many applied linguists now adopt calls into question the values and practices of the globalized publishing industry and examines the implications for…View more
Herrando-Rodrigo, Isabel: “Academic and knowledge dissemination genres analysed from the standpoint of interpersonality: research articles and their electronic dissemination adaptations” Abstract This paper studies the applicability of interpersonal metadiscourse (IM) as a framework and the subsequent limitations it poses. My…View more
Oliver Shaw gave a presentation to students enrolled in the course “Digital tools for the knowledge and teaching of Spanish” at the Universidad Complutense de Madrid (Spain), January 12th, 2017. His presentation was titled “Tools for working with specialized language”,…View more