Dear ESP Practitioners We hope this call finds you well. The ESPSIG Committee would like to stay connected and share ideas and good practice with our colleagues and peers. We are working hard to prepare our online Open Forum 2022, due to be held on 10 December from 13.30 – 16.30 UK time, when you […]
We have extended our call for papers for our PCE event: 21st Century ESP – Future Trends and Decolonial Perspectives. Send us your proposals in the form below by 19th April 2022:
We have extended the deadline for submissions for the PCE event in Belfast. Send us your proposals by Monday April 19th. Join us and our plenary speaker, Amritesh Singh from the University of St Andrews, for our exciting return to face-to-face conferences.
IATEFL ESPSIG Pre-Conference Event 2022 – 16th May 2022: 21st century ESP – A Decolonial Perspective Call for papers Debates in many areas of English language teaching have highlighted the existence of the coloniality of power, which is based on Eurocentric ways of knowledge production and the imposition of political, social, cultural, linguistic and ideological control. […]