Program NFEAP 2019

Conference Program NFEAP 2019

Please note that the program is subject to change. Updated May 31st, 2019. 

Call for papers NFEAP 2019

Printable program in pdf here.

Go here for book of abstracts and speaker biographies.

Wednesday June 5th: pre-conference events 

19:00 Pre-conference meet-up at The Summit Bar, Radisson Blu Scandinavia Hotel, Holbergsgate 30, 0166 Oslo

Thursday June 6th 

08:30 Registration in the foyer of Pilestredet 46 (P46)
09:00 – 09:30 Welcome/opening, Lars Egeland, Director University Library, OsloMet – Oslo Metropolitan University 
09:30 – 10:30

Plenary presentation 1 (Athene)


English as a Lingua Franca and Complexity  Anna Mauranen, University of Helsinki, Finland 
10:30 – 10:50 Coffee break

Strand 1 (Athene):

Articulation, Genre, and Cognition

Strand 2 (Apollo):

Articulating Research

10:50 – 11.20 Ethos Prototypes of Genre: The Cognitive Dynamics of Articulating Ideas across Disciplines Kirk St. Amant, Louisiana Tech University, USA and University of Limerick, Ireland How Are Engagement Resources Articulated and Co-Articulated in Research Articles Xiaoyu Xu, City University of Hong Kong,China
11:25 – 11:55
Articulating Arguments in International Relations: The Application of a Cognitive Genre Model to ESAP In-Sessional Module Design
David Munn, University of Sussex, UK Articulating Disciplinary-Specific Expectations of Written Research in the Context of a Cross-Disciplinary Research Group Deborah Bennett, BETA – Bennett English Training for Academics
12:00 – 13:00 Lunch
13:00 – 14:00

Plenary presentation 2 (Athene)


Academic Writing in Multimodal Forms  Cheryl E. Ball, Wayne State University,USA 
14:00 – 14.20 Coffee break

Strand 1 (Athene):

Teaching in Higher Education: Institutions, Materialities, Interventions

Strand 2 (Apollo):

Student Writers and Student Writing

14:20 – 14:50 Out of the Ashes: Disarticulating English for Academic Purposes from ‘The Market’ Janice Hinckfuss, University of Leicester, UK Between Empowering and Policing: Supporting Students’ Discipline-Specific Writing Irina Kyulanova, Sofia University St Kliment Ohridski, Bulgaria
14:55 – 15:25 The Need for Reconceptualising Higher Education. Teaching as Entangled Materialities, Sensitivities and Accountabilities Eevi Beck & Nini Ebeltoft, University of Oslo, Norway Times New Roman, 12 pt.: Encoding and Decoding the “Academic” in Academic Writing David A. Burke, University of Oslo, Norway
15:30 – 16:00 An Action Research Intervention to Enhance the Online Development of Academic Reading Skills for Trainee ESP teachers Vasiliki Celia Antoniou, University of Portsmouth, UK ‘Thesis Statement’ as an ‘Empty Set’: Toward an Epistemology of EFL Writing Instruction Kevin Steinman, Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences
16:00 – 16:20 Coffee break

Strand 1 (Athene):

Articulating Assignments, Feedback, and Assessment

Strand 2 (Apollo):

Articulations of Practitioner and Student Identities

16:20 – 16:50 Designing Academic Writing Assignments: Effective Use of Verbs to Scaffold Students’ Academic Proficiency Ingunn Ofte & Hildegunn Otnes, Norwegian University of Science and Technology Articulations of EAP Professional Identity in a Misunderstood Field Sarah Taylor, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK
16:55 – 17:25 Articulating Feedback with a Revision Road Map Clayton Gouin, Norwegian University of Life Sciences Articulating EAP Practitioner Identity through Engagement with Discipline-Specific Classroom Dialogue Albert Wong, University of Hong Kong, China
17:30 – 18:00 How E-Portfolios Can Be Used for Formative and Summative Assessments Natalia Koliadina, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russia Articulating Expectations on Self-Articulation in PhD Dissertations: The Supervisors’ Perspectives across Disciplines Ute Reimers, University of Siegen, Germany
18:30 Pre-dinner drinks, at Fyrhuset
19:00 Conference dinner, Fyrhuset


Friday June 7th 

8:45 – 9:00 Welcome/opening of Day 2, Lars Egeland, Director of the University Library, OsloMet    
09:00 – 10:00

Plenary presentation 3 (Athene)


South of the Border, West of the Sun: Explorations & Articulations in EAP Steve Kirk, Durham University, UK
10:00 – 10:20 Coffee break

Strand 1 (Athene):

Exploring Cases of Inarticulation

Strand 2 (Apollo):

Articulating Words and Phrases

10:20 – 10:50 Articulation and Shame in a Diverse Academia Ingerid Straume, University of Oslo, Norway Use of Cognate Forms for the Translation of Academic Vocabulary in English Kimberly Skjelde, University of Bergen, Norway
10:55 – 11:25 The Intrinsic Power of “I Don’t Know” Johan A. S. Jørgensen, University of Oslo, Norway English Vocabulary Knowledge among Norwegian University Students – Do They Know What They Need to Know to Say What They Want to Say Nicole Busby, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
11:30 – 12:00 Articulation through the English Language in Tanzanian Universities: A Glaring Problem George Shumbusho, Mzumbe University, Tanzania Targeted Instruction in Formulaic Language: Does It Help? Elizabeth Poynter, Leeds Beckett University, UK
12:00 – 13:00 Lunch

Strand 1 (Athene):

The Arts, Creative Processes, and Pedagogy

Strand 2 (Apollo):

Post-Graduate Students and Junior Scholars

13:00 – 13:30 Lessons from Using Creative Writing Pedagogy for EAP and Academic Literacies. Deirdre Daly, Goldsmiths College, UK An Ethnographically-Oriented Look at Junior Scholars’ Experiences in Articulating Scholarship for Academic Publication Pejman Habibie, The University of Western Ontario, Canada
13:35 – 14:05 Bringing Articulation to Life Tiffany Griffith & Paul Bone, University of Evansville, USA Writing across Cultures: Supporting PG Students Whose First Language Is Not English to Develop Their Discipline-Specific Academic Literacy Karen Ottewell, University of Cambridge, UK
14:10 – 14:40 Exploring Critical Thinking Development through Dialogic Discussions of Literature in EAP Cliff Kast, UCL Institute of Education, UK
14:45 – 15:15 Coffee and feedback on 2019, plans for 2020. All are welcome!
15:15 Conference ends