June 3 – 4
The idea of a stage – as space of performance, period of development or both – opens up rich ways of thinking about academic writing and academic speech. When we talk about stages, we might mean the stages of a text, the stages of a writing process, the stages of a writing career. We might mean writing as performance, or the stages of the seminar room or lecture theatre, where discoursal norms demand that speaking entails a kind of performing. How might EAP teachers and thinkers reckon with the stages – process and performance – of writing, teaching, speaking, research, academic work as a whole?
Please note that the call for papers has now been closed.
The conference committee has decided that due to Covid-19, NFEAP 2021 will be held online. More details to follow shortly.
- Paul Kei Matsuda, Arizona State University, USA
- Pat Thomson, University of Nottingham, UK
- Lisa McGrath, Sheffield Hallam University, UK and Raffaella Negretti, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden
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