2019 Woydack, Johanna. 2019. London calling - a linguistic ethnography of a multilingual call centre. University of Oxford, Language and Anthropology Seminars. Invited Talk, Oxford, United Kingdom, 02.05.19. (Details)
  Woydack, Johanna. 2019. Unseen labor- call center agents and skill invisibility. University of Maribor, Department of Translation Studies, Invited Talk, Maribor, Slovenia, 15.04.2019. (Details)
2018 Woydack, Johanna. 2018. "Made in Germany"– a case study of Germany's nation branding. Sociolinguistics Symposium 22, Auckland, Neuseeland, 27.06-30.06. (Details)
  Woydack, Johanna. 2018. Branding Germany in changing times. EELC Conference , Edinburgh, Großbritannien, 20.09-21.09. (Details)
  Trinder, Ruth. 2018. New media in and beyond the university classroom: opportunities through change. Innovation in Language Learning, Florenz, Italien, 08.11.-0.9.11. (Details)
  Trinder, Ruth. 2018. New media in and beyond the university classroom: teachers’ and students’ practices. BAAL, York, Großbritannien, 06.09.-08.09. (Details)
  Trinder, Ruth, Carraro, Katia. 2018. Technology use in formal and informal learning spaces: teachers’ and students’ practices. Languages in a globalised world, Leeds, Großbritannien, 23.05.-24.05. (Details)
  Kopf, Susanne. 2018. “Get your shyte together Britain” – Wikipedia’s treatment of Brexit. CADAAD, Aalborg, Dänemark, 04.07.-07.07. (Details)
2017 Woydack, Johanna. 2017. 'There is a stigma with call centres, but it has been very useful for me' AILA, Rio, Brasilien, 23.07-28.07. (Details)
  Kopf, Susanne. 2017. From ‘unitary state’ to ‘confederation’ - debating terms of reference for the EU on a Wikipedia Talk Page. International Pragmatics Association Conference, Belfast, Großbritannien, 16.07-21.07. (Details)
  Woydack, Johanna. 2017. From “The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel” to “Outsourced”- Representations of call centers and their linguistic practices in the media. Language in the Media Conference, Cape Town, Südafrika, 18.10-20.10. (Details)
  Trinder, Ruth, Carraro, Katia. 2017. Technology in formal and informal learning spaces at a business university: opportunities through change . EUROCALL , Southampton, Großbritannien, 23.08.-26.08. (Details)
  Kopf, Susanne. 2017. The front stage and the back stage – the Wikipedia community’s treatment of ‘Je suis Charlie’ . International Pragmatics Association, Belfast, Großbritannien, 16.07.-21.07. (Details)
2016 Woydack, Johanna. 2016. 'The call center is like a free language course'- script trajectories, migration and diversity management in a London multilingual call center. Ethnography in Education Research Forum, Philadelphia, Vereinigte Staaten/USA, 26.02-27.02. (Details)
  Kopf, Susanne. 2016. ‘(Critical) Corpus-Assisted Discourse Analysis’ – marrying Critical Discourse Studies and Corpus Linguistics. ERSTES NACHWUCHSSYMPOSIUM DES TAGUNGSNETZWERKES ,DISKURS – INTERDISZIPLINÄR‘, Mannheim, Deutschland, 05.05-06.05. (Details)
  Nagengast, Milena. Forthcoming. Investor Relations: Corpus Analysis of Earnings Press Releases of European Companies. ERSTES NACHWUCHSSYMPOSIUM DES TAGUNGSNETZWERKES ,DISKURS – INTERDISZIPLINÄR, Mannheim, Deutschland, 05.05-06.05. (Details)
  Nagengast, Milena. 2016. Investor Relations: Corpus Analysis of Earnings Press Releases of European Companies. ERSTES NACHWUCHSSYMPOSIUM DES TAGUNGSNETZWERKES ,DISKURS – INTERDISZIPLINÄR, Mannheim, Deutschland, 05.05-06.05. (Details)
  Trinder, Ruth. 2016. Online informal learning of English: exploring students’ technology preferences. LLAS E-learning Symposium, 11th Edition, Southampton, Großbritannien, 23.-24.1.2016. (Details)
  Trinder, Ruth. 2016. Online informal learning of English: taking stock of students’ technology use. BAAL, Cambridge, Großbritannien, 01.09.-03.09. (Details)
  Kopf, Susanne. 2016. The Wikipedia Talk Page on the EU - “It looks like a country, smells like a country, tastes like a country…”. English Research Seminar, Wien, Österreich, 11.04. (Details)
  Kopf, Susanne. 2016. “[I]t looks like a country, smells like a country, tastes like a country…” - The EU on Wikipedia Talk Pages. CADAAD, Catania, Italien, 05.09-07.09. (Details)
  Kopf, Susanne. 2016. “The EU isn't a country, is it?” - The EU on Wikipedia. Europe in Discourse, Athens, Griechenland, 23.09-25.09. (Details)
  Woydack, Johanna. 2016. “There is a stigma with call centres and this kind of work”: Agents in an Asian and European call centre discussing their experiences and views of language work. Sociolinguistics Symposium, Murcia, Spanien, 15.06-18.06. (Details)
2015 Woydack, Johanna. 2015. "A call centre is like a free language course": An analysis of language learning in a European and Asian call centre.. Invited Talk at the Department of Linguistics, University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan, 27.04.. Invited Talk (Details)
  Woydack, Johanna. 2015. "A call centre is like a free language course": An analysis of language learning in a European and Asian call centre.. Fifth Annual Asian Conference of Language Learning, Kobe, Japan, 30.04-03.05.. (Details)
  Woydack, Johanna. 2015. Learning and Working in London's language market: An ethnography of a multilingual London call centre. Applied Linguistics Circle. Department of English Language and Linguistics, Reading, Großbritannien, 6.10. Invited Talk (Details)
  Woydack, Johanna. 2015. Learning and working in London's language market: the case of a multilingual call centre.. 36th Annual Ethnography in Education Research Forum University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Vereinigte Staaten/USA, 27.02-28.02. (Details)
  Barakos, Elisabeth. 2015. Managing diversity in the institutionalised workplace through the lens of language policy. GURT (Georgetown University Round Table), Washington DC, Vereinigte Staaten/USA, 13.03.-15.03.2015. (Details)
  Woydack, Johanna. 2015. "A call centre is like a free language course": An analysis of language learning in a European and Asian call centre . ALAPP, Milano, Italy, 05-07.11. (Details)
  Woydack, Johanna. 2015. "Where are you calling from?" Comparing call centre agents' experience of class in a European and Asian call centre. The Sociolinguistics of Globalization, Hong Kong, China, 03.06-06.06.2015. (Details)
  Kopf, Susanne. 2015. Debating the “Neutral Point of View”: the case of “Je Suis Charlie” on Wikipedia. LAEL, Lancaster, Großbritannien, 13.07. (Details)
  Kopf, Susanne. 2015. Es-Tu Charlie? Doing Politics on Wikipedia. Political Discourse: Multidisciplinary Approaches, London, Großbritannien, 26.06.-27.06. (Details)
  Kopf, Susanne. 2015. In varietate concordia - the European Union’s online self-representation. Approaches to digital discourse analysis, Valencia, Spanien, 18.11-20.11. (Details)
  Woydack, Johanna. 2015. Learning and working in London’s language market: an ethnography of a multilingual London call centre. ALAA/ALANZ/ALTAANZ Learning in a Multilingual World, Adelaide, Australia, 30.11-02.12. (Details)
  Trinder, Ruth. 2015. Online informal learning of English: how students use technology to supplement classes. ICT in Language learning, Florenz, Italien, 12.-13.11.2015. (Details)
  Trinder, Ruth. 2015. The IntlUni Project: exploring the multilingual and multicultural learning space in European higher education. LGW (Languages in the globalised world), Leeds, Großbritannien, 26.- 29.5. 2015. (Details)
  Kopf, Susanne. 2015. The TTIP in Austria – a corpus study. LAEL, Lancaster, Großbritannien, 13.07. (Details)
  Kopf, Susanne. 2015. “Do you mean what I mean?” The case of “Je Suis Charlie” on Wikipedia. ADDA, Valencia, Spanien, 18.11-20.11. (Details)
2014 Gromann, Dagmar. 2014. A Meta-Level Ontology for Specialized Communication. Workshop on Logics and Ontologies for Natural Language (LogOnto), Rio de Janeiro, Brasilien, 22.09.2014. (Details)
  Gromann, Dagmar. 2014. A Model and Method to Terminologize Existing Domain Ontologies. 11th International Conference on Terminology and Knowledge Engineering Ontology, Berlin, Deutschland, 19.06.-21.06.. (Details)
  Barakos, Elisabeth. 2014. Analysing language policy, ideology and practice from a critical-discursive angle. Challenges and opportunities. Sociolinguistics Symposium 20, Jyväskylä, Finnland, 15.06.-18.06. (Details)
  Barakos, Elisabeth. 2014. Language policy, ideology and practice - insights from bilingual Wales. Bilingual Education: Theory and Practices, Université du Québec à Montréal, Kanada, 22.07. Invited Talk (Details)
  Trinder, Ruth. 2014. Digital natives, digital learners? Students' assessment of the role of technology in language learning. LLAS E-learning Symposium, 9th Edition, Southampton, Großbritannien, 23.01.-24.01.. (Details)
  Trinder, Ruth, Herles, Martin. 2014. The potential of technology for language learning: the students' perspective. 48th IATEFL International Conference, Harrogate, Großbritannien, 02.04.-05.04.. (Details)
  Barakos, Elisabeth. 2014. The nexus of language policy, ideology and practice - insights from Wales. SOAS Linguistics Departmental Seminar Series, University of London, Großbritannien, 13.05.2014. Invited Talk (Details)
  Barakos, Elisabeth. 2014. Recontextualising bilingual language policies: a discourse-historical perspective. CADAAD (Critical Approaches to Discourse Analysis Across Disciplines), Budapest, Ungarn, 01.09.-03.09.2014. (Details)
  Trinder, Ruth. 2014. Facebook, film or face-to-face? Exploring students' choices of resources for language learning. IICE 2014, Dublin, Irland, Oktober. (Details)
  Woydack, Johanna. 2014. "The script is like a love letter, it would sound silly if you just read it": the question of standardisation and resistance in a London multilingual call centre. Department of English Seminar Series, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China, 28 February. Invited Talk (Details)
  Woydack, Johanna. 2014. "The script is like a love letter, it would sound silly if you just read it": the question of standardisation and resistance in a London multilingual call centre. Ling Lunch Talk, Queen Mary University of London, London, Großbritannien, 19 June. Invited Talk (Details)
  Woydack, Johanna. 2014. "You have to be colourful with the scripts and use poetic language": the question of standardisation and resistance in a multilingual call centre. Explorations in Ethnography, Language and Communication 5, Manchester, Großbritannien, 11.11-12.11.. (Details)
  Woydack, Johanna. 2014. "You have to be colourful with the scripts and use poetic language": the question of standardisation and resistance in a multilingual London call centre. Department of English, National University of Singapore, Singapore, Singapur, 14 April. Invited Talk (Details)
  Woydack, Johanna. 2014. "You have to be colourful with the scripts and use poetic language": the question of standardisation and resistance in a multilingual London call centre. Discourse Studies Group. Research Seminar. Department of English, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China, 31 March. (Details)
  Woydack, Johanna. 2014. "You have to make the script your own": the question of language commodification, control and agency in a multilingual London call centre. Literacy Research Discussion Group, Lancaster, Großbritannien, 1 July. Invited Talk (Details)
  Woydack, Johanna. 2014. From upstairs to downstairs to the phone: the trajectory of a 'standardised' script in a multilingual call centre. Sociolinguistics Symposium 20, Jyväskylä, Finnland, 15.08-18.06. (Details)
  Woydack, Johanna. 2014. The language worker. American Anthropological Association Meeting, Washington, D.C., Vereinigte Staaten/USA, 3.12-07.12. (Details)
  Woydack, Johanna. 2014. Upstairs, Downstairs: The question of resistance against scripts in a London outbound call centre. Language and Society Special Interest Group Seminar, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China, 10 February. (Details)
2013 Barakos, Elisabeth. 2013. Language policy processes and governmentality in Wales. A discursive perspective. American Anthropological Association Meeting, Chicago, Vereinigte Staaten/USA, 20.11.-24.11. Invited Talk (Details)
  Barakos, Elisabeth. 2013. Language policy as a discursive phenomenon: the case of Wales. Multidisciplinary Approaches in Language Policy and Planning Conference 2013, University of Calgary, Kanada, 05.09.-07.09.. (Details)
  Barakos, Elisabeth. 2013. The promotion of Welsh in business-a discursive approach to language policy. CRASSH Language Endangerment: Language Policy and Planning Conference, Cambridge, Großbritannien, 26.07.2013. (Details)
  Trinder, Ruth. 2013. Blended learning, Web 2.0 and learner beliefs: promises and realities of students' use of technology for language learning. LLAS E-learning Symposium, 8th Edition, Southampton, Großbritannien, 24.01.-26.01.. (Details)
  Trinder, Ruth. 2013. New media, new learning opportunities? Promises and realities of students' use of technology for language learning. BAAL Annual Conference, Edinburgh, Großbritannien, 05.09.-07.09.. (Details)
  Woydack, Johanna. 2013. Learning and working in London's language market: an ethnography of a multilingual London call centre. BAAL (British Association for Applied Linguistics) Conference, Edinburgh, Großbritannien, 05.09-07.09. (Details)
  Woydack, Johanna. 2013. Migrants, students, graduates, language learners, language workers: The case of multilingual outbound London call centers. American Anthropological Association Meeting, Chicago, Vereinigte Staaten/USA, 20.11-24.11. (Details)
2012 Barakos, Elisabeth. 2012. Bilingualism and language policy in the private sector in Wales. Bilingual and Multilingual Interaction Conference, ESRC Centre for Research on Bilingualism, Bangor, Großbritannien, 30.03.-01.04.2012. (Details)
  Barakos, Elisabeth. 2012. Combining Critical Discourse Analysis and Language Policy. Invited Guest Lecture at at Vienna University, Department of English, Vienna, Österreich, 30.04.2012. Invited Talk (Details)
  Barakos, Elisabeth. 2012. Language policy and ideology in Wales A critical examination of the discursive construction of promoting Welsh in business. Language, Ideology and Power Research Group, Lancaster University, Lancaster, Großbritannien, 17.09.2012-12.10.2012. Invited Talk (Details)
  Barakos, Elisabeth. 2012. Language policy in private sector businesses in Wales: a discursive approach. Sociolinguistic Symposium 19, Berlin, Deutschland, 21.06. - 24.08.2012. (Details)
  Barakos, Elisabeth. 2012. The Promotion of Welsh in Business - A Discursive Approach to Language Policy. 4th International Conference on Critical Approaches to Discourse Analysis across Disciplines (CADAAD), Braga, Portugal, 04.07.-06 .07.2012. (Details)
  Sing, Christine Simone. 2012. "Nouns and their patterns in L2 student writing. Implications for the teaching of English for specific academic purposes (ESAP)". TaCL 10 Teaching and Language Corpora, Warschau, Polen, 11.07.-14.07. (Details)
  Trinder, Ruth. 2012. New media in language learning and teaching. The future of education, Florenz, Italien, 07.06.-08.06. (Details)
  Trinder, Ruth. 2012. Relating students' perceptions and use of ICT to their language learning aims.. ICT for Language Learning, 5th edition, Florenz, Italien, 15.11.-16.11.. (Details)
  Trinder, Ruth. 2012. Students'Assessment and Use of Computer-Assisted Language Learning: The Influence of Individual Learner Differences and Contextual Parameters. EARLI SIG 6&7, Bari, Italien, 11.09.-13.09.. (Details)
  Sing, Christine Simone. 2012. "Deconstructing the party-political discourses of change. A corpus-based analysis of American presidential rhetoric." CADAAD Critical approaches to discourse analysis across disciplines, Braga, Portugal, 04.07.-06.07. (Details)
  Woydack, Johanna. 2012. Language beliefs and ideologies in a London based multilingual outbound call centre. Sociolinguistics Symposium 19, Berlin, Deutschland, 21.08-24.08. (Details)
  Woydack, Johanna. 2012. London calling: Language and standardisation practices in a London multilingual call centre. Research Workshop in Language and Literacy (RWLL), King's College London, London, Großbritannien, December 4. (Details)
  Woydack, Johanna. 2012. London calling: Towards an alternative understanding of standardisation practices in a multilingual London call centre. Ethnographic Perspectives on Work and Labour Seminar Series, Department of Anthropology, London School of Economics and Political Science, London, Großbritannien, 31 May. (Details)
2011 Trinder, Ruth, Herles, Martin. 2011. 'Teachers' vs. student language learning beliefs'. European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction, Exeter, Großbritannien, 30.8.-2.9. 2011. (Details)
  Trinder, Ruth. 2011. 'The instructor should force us to speak': Teacher reliance vs. learner independence in a university setting.. Cutting Edges Conference, Canterbury, Großbritannien, 31.6.-2.7. 2011. (Details)
  Haidinger, Elisabeth. 2011. 'The use of Welsh in the private sector: de iure vs. de facto bilingual scenarios'. Mercator Research Network Conference on Linguistic Legislation, Barcelona, Spanien, 30. September – 1. Oktober 2011. (Details)
  Haidinger, Elisabeth. 2011. From policy to practice: the use of Welsh in private sector businesses in Wales. Language, Ideology and Power (LIP) Research Group, Lancaster University, Lancaster, Großbritannien, 28 February 2011. (Details)
  Sing, Christine Simone. 2011. Adjectives in Cognitive Grammar - A usage-based Account. The Third Conference of the Scandinavian Association for Language and Cognition (SALC III), Kopenhagen, Dänemark, 14.06.-16.06. (Details)
  Sing, Christine Simone. 2011. From 'formulaic sequences' to conceptual shells: A corpus-based account of the use of constructions in ESAP student writing. Learner Corpus Research 2011: 20 years of learner corpus research: looking back, moving ahead, Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgien, 15.09.-17.09. (Details)
2010 Trinder, Ruth. 2010. Context, identity and diversity: the multilingual and multicultural learning communities of business students; co-author Christine Sing. CLIE 2 (Linguistic and Intercultural Context), Herceg Novi, Serbien und Montenegro, 10.-12.6.2010. (Details)
  Alexander, Richard John. 2010. Framing Discourse on the Environment. A Critical Discourse Approach. 20. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Humanökologie, Sommerhausen am Main, Deutschland, 6.-8.5.2010. (Details)
  Herles, Martin, Trinder, Ruth. 2010. Students' and teachers' notions of effective (Business) English teaching: global and local influences. 43rd BAAL Annual Conference, Aberdeen, Großbritannien, 9 - 11 September 2010. (Details)
  Haidinger, Elisabeth. 2010. "Minority language use in the private sector: the case of Welsh". Multilingual Individuals and Multilingual Societies Conference, University of Hamburg, Hamburg, Deutschland, 6. - 8. Oktober 2010. (Details)
  Haidinger, Elisabeth. 2010. Bilingualism and Multilingualism in a minority language context: the case of Welsh in economic life. 3rd Bloomsbury Student Conference in Applied Linguistics, Birbeck College, University of London, London, Großbritannien, 05.06.2010. (Details)
  Göke, Regina, Carraro, Katia, Fischer, Fiorenza, Hackl, Michaela, Trinder, Ruth, Wochele, Holger. 2010. New Technologies in FLSP - Different ways towards student-centered teaching and learning at WU Vienna. Austrian UAS Language Instructors’ Conference, Wien, Österreich, 7. - 8.5.. (Details)
  Trinder, Ruth. 2010. Students' beliefs about language learning in an ESP context. 44th IATEFL Conference, Harrogate, Großbritannien, 7.-11.4.2010. (Details)
  Sing, Christine Simone. 2010. Contexts, conflicts, and consequences: Critical perspectives on language education policies in an ESP learning environment. Who needs languages? Micro and macro perspectives into language education policies, Jyväskylä, Finnland, 07.06.-10.06.. (Details)
  Sing, Christine Simone. 2010. ELF in the language classroom. The implications of a pluricentric approach to English for designing sustainable pedagogical models in language education. The Third International Conference of English as a Lingua Franca (ELF3), Wien, Österreich, 22.05 - 25.05. (Details)
  Sing, Christine Simone. 2010. Global English in the European classroom? The problems and prospects of English language pedagogy in localized educational settings. The 43rd Annual Meeting of the British Association for Applied Linguistics (BAAL) Applied Linguistics: Global and Local, Aberdeen, Großbritannien, 09.09.-11.09. (Details)
  Sing, Christine Simone. 2010. Deconstructing learner identities in the ESP context. A critical discourse analysis of the language ideologies of international business students. The third international conference of CADAAD (Critical Approaches to Discourse Analysis Across Disciplines), Łódź Polen, 13.09.-15.09. (Details)
  Sing, Christine Simone. 2010. The construal of polysemous adjectives: Corpus-based evidence from sentence schemas and constructions. The 3rd UK Cognitive Linguistics Conference, University of Hertfordshire, Hertfordshire, Großbritannien, 06.07-08.07. (Details)
2009 Alexander, Richard John. 2009. Content Matters in ESP. 43th IATEFL Conference, Cardiff, Wales, Großbritannien, 31/3/2009-4/4/2009. (Details)
  Trinder, Ruth, Sing, Christine Simone. 2009. Contexts, conflicts and consequences: an investigation of business students' language attitudes, learning beliefs and strategies. BAAL Conference, Newcastle, Großbritannien, 2.-5. September 2009. (Details)
  Alexander, Richard John. 2009. On the effects of global languages of science on local practices of ‘doing science’. 42nd Annual Meeting of the Societas Linguistica Europaea (SLE) ‘Global Languages, Local Languages’, Faculdade de Letras, Universidade de Lisboa, Lissabon, Portugal, 9-13 September 2009. (Details)
  Trinder, Ruth. 2009. Students' language learning beliefs and strategies: the role of the learning context. Cutting Edges Conference, Canterbury, Großbritannien, 25.-27. Juni 2009. (Details)
  Alexander, Richard John. 2009. ‘If money isn’t loosened up, this sucker could go down.’ How people in high places talk about financial crises. 17th European Symposium LSP 2009, Aarhus School of Economics, University of Aarhus, Aarhus, Dänemark, 17/8/2009-21/8/2009. (Details)
  Wolfartsberger, Anita. 2009. English as a lingua franca (ELF) as an intercultural platform: observations on business meetings. Second WU Symposium on International Business Communication. Linguistic Approaches to Intercultural Business Communication, Wien, Österreich, 11.06.-12.06.2009. (Details)
  Wolfartsberger, Anita. 2009. "Forms and Functions of Simultaneous Speech in ELF Business Meetings". The 2nd International Conference of English as a Lingua Franca. University of Southampton, Southampton, Großbritannien, 6-8 April 2009. (Details)
  Sing, Christine Simone. 2009. 'Yes, we can' - Framing political discourse in terms of 'change'.A corpus-based approach to the analysis of the ‘change’ frame in American presidential discourse. Conference of the Linguistic Society of Belgium Framing: from grammar to application, Antwerpen, Belgien, 23.04 - 24. 04 2009. (Details)
  Sing, Christine Simone, Trinder, Ruth. 2009. Contexts, conflicts and consequences: an investigation of business students' language attitudes, learning beliefs and strategies. 42nd BAAL Annual Conference: Language, Learning and Context, Newcastle, Großbritannien, 03.09. - 05.09. (Details)
  Sing, Christine Simone. 2009. Global English in the European classroom? The problems and prospects of English language pedagogy in the globalising world. SLE 42nd Annual Meeting: Global Languages Local Languages, Lissabon, Portugal, 09.09. -12.09. (Details)
2008 Wolfartsberger, Anita. 2008. "Managing Meetings in BELF (Business English as a lingua franca)". APac LSP 2008: Partnerships in Action. Research, Practice & Training. Inaugural Conference of the Asia-Pacific Rim LSP and Professional Communication Association, Hongkong, China, 8.-10. Dezember 2008. (Details)
  Trinder, Ruth. 2008. 'Learner beliefs and strategies – a comparative study of novice and experienced students'. CERCLES Conference, Sevilla, Spanien, 17.-20. September 2008. (Details)
  Trinder, Ruth. 2008. 'Metacognitive knowledge and learning strategies – fostered or restricted by formal language programmes'. BAAL Conference, Swansea, Großbritannien, 11.-13. September 2008. (Details)
  Alexander, Richard John. 2008. Globalization, Englishization in Europe, English in Academia: the end of cultural, scholarly and linguistic diversity? AILA symposium 2008 Essen The potential of linguistic diversity in Europe, Essen, Deutschland, 28 August 2008. (Details)
  Alexander, Richard John. 2008. The case for English as a lingua franca in academia: Agentive or Instrumental? 1st International Conference on English as a Lingua Franca - ELF Forum, University of Helsinki, Helsinki, Finnland, 7 March 2008. (Details)
  Sing, Christine Simone. 2008. A new perspective on an “old problem” - A discourse-based account of the polysemy of the adjective ‘new’. Converging evidence: Third International Conference of the German Cognitive Linguistics Association (GCLA-08), Universität Leipzig, Leipzig, Deutschland, 25-27 September 2008. (Details)
  Herles, Martin, Trinder, Ruth. 2008. A multi-level corpus-based analysis of The Economist for use in the language classroom. 9th ESSE Conference, Aarhus, Dänemark, 22 -26 August 2008. (Details)
  Trinder, Ruth, Herles, Martin. 2008. Students' Approaches to Blended Learning: Does Time Make a Difference? 42nd IATEFL International Conference, Exeter, Großbritannien, 7 -11 April 2008. (Details)
2007 Trinder, Ruth, Ozvalda, Margit. 2007. 'The role of learner autonomy in the exploitation of CALL resources'. GAL (German Association for Linguistics) Symposium 2007 Autonomes Fremdsprachenlernen in Hochschule, Bremen, Deutschland, 09.03-10.03.2007. (Details)
  Trinder, Ruth. 2007. Blending, duplicating or avoiding learning opportunities: Students' approaches to blended learning . EuroCALL Conference, Coleraine, Northern Ireland, Großbritannien, 05.09.-08.09.2007. (Details)
  Miglbauer, Marlene. 2007. 'Negotiating Gender Identities in Intercultural Business Contexts in South-Eastern Europe'. DICOEN IV, Nottingham, Großbritannien, 10.9.-12.9.2007. (Details)
  Trinder, Ruth, Ozvalda, Margit. 2007. 'Learner autonomy in an institutional blended learning context: a contradiction in terms?'. Cutting Edges Conference 2007, Canterbury, Großbritannien, 26.6.-29.6.2007. (Details)
  Alexander, Richard John. 2007. A phraseological take on ‘freedom’ in a globalizing world . Paper given at 16th European Symposium LSP 2007, Universität Hamburg, Hamburg, Deutschland, 27 August 2007. (Details)
  Alexander, Richard John. 2007. Does englishization (aka ‘internationalization’) spell the end of European linguistic diversity in research and teaching at universities? . Paper given at 2nd Language, Education, Diversity (LED) Conference, University of Waikato, Hamilton, Neuseeland, 24 November 2007. (Details)
  Alexander, Richard John. 2007. Some phraseological issues in teaching English for business purposes in the German-speaking world . Invited guest lecture given at research seminar at School of Language Studies and Linguistics, Victoria University, Wellington, Neuseeland, 30 November 2007. (Details)
  Alexander, Richard John. 2007. When LSP met CEF. Paper given at 16th European Symposium LSP 2007, Universität Hamburg, Hamburg, Deutschland, 27 August 2007. (Details)
2006 Pollach, Irene, Treiblmaier, Horst. 2006. A Framework for Measuring People's Intention to Donate Online. Pacific Asia Conference on Information Systems (PACIS), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, 06.07-09.07. (Details)
  Alexander, Richard John. 2006. Language and content integration in European HE: Can documents like the Common European Framework of Reference help? . Pre-Conference Event (PCE) "Integrating Content & Language in Higher Education", ICLHE 2006 Conference, University of Maastricht, Maastricht, Niederlande, 28 June 2006. (Details)
  Alexander, Richard John. 2006. The Council of Europe’s Framework of Reference for Languages and higher education language syllabuses. Invited guest lecture at Department of Languages and Communication, Helsinki School of Economics, Helsinki, Finnland, 17 March 2006. (Details)
  Alexander, Richard John. 2006. ‘International’ programmes in the German-speaking world and englishization: A critical analysis. Paper at "Integrating Content & Language in Higher Education", ICLHE 2006 Conference, University of Maastricht, Maastricht, Niederlande, 1 July 2006. (Details)
  Trinder, Ruth. 2006. ' 'Learner Fit'? The Impact of learner characteristics on perceptions and use of Computer-Assisted Language Learning (CALL)'. ALT-C (Association for Learning Technologies), Edinburgh, Großbritannien, 04.09.-07.09.2006. (Details)
  Trinder, Ruth. 2006. 'Blended learning at university: Students' attitudes and behaviours in light of Individual Learner Differences'. CALL Conference, Antwerpen, Belgien, 20.8.- 22.8.2006. (Details)
  Trinder, Ruth. 2006. 'Students' Experience of Blended Learning in Light of Individual Differences Theory'. BAAL (British Association for Applied Linguistics), Cork, Irland, 07.09.-09.09.2006. (Details)
  Alexander, Richard John. 2006. Is the use of English in science and scholarship a way of interpreting the world or is it contributing to changing the world?. Invited guest lecture, Ringvorlesung WS 06/07, English in academia: catalyst or barrier? Department of English Studies, Technische Universität Braunschweig, Braunschweig, Deutschland, 24. November 2006. (Details)
2005 Pollach, Irene, Treiblmaier, Horst, Floh, Arne. 2005. Online Fundraising for Environmental Nonprofit Organizations. 38th Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS), Hawaii, Vereinigte Staaten/USA, January 3-6. (Details)
  Alexander, R.. 2005. 'Mortgage repayments' is more than a phrase: the cultural content of Business English phraseology. LSP 2005, Universität Bergamo, Italien (29.8. - 2.9.2005) (Details)
  Lick, E.. 2005. Advertising in Bilingual Canada: Different Semiotic Approaches. 36. Jahrestagung der Gesellschaft für Angewandte Linguistik (GAL), Universität Koblenz-Landau, Deutschland (22.9. -24.9.2005) (Details)
  Alexander, R.. 2005. Can Can-Dos do anything to improve tertiary level ESP curricula?. IATEFL International Conference, Cardiff, Wales, Großbritannien (5.4. - 9.4.2005) (Details)
  Mautner, G.. 2005. Charity begins at home: The discourse of new styles of volunteering and fundraising. First European Conference EMES/ISTR, Paris, Frankreich (27.4. - 29.4.2005) (Details)
  Ozvalda, M.. 2005. Die Sprach- und Sprachenpolitik der EU: Planung, Praxis und Prognosen. Tagung "Tage der österreichischen und deutschen Kultur und Sprache" (Német kulturális napok), Budapester Wirtschaftshochschule, Außenhandelszweig (Budapesti Gazdasági Föiskola, Külkereskedelmi Föiskolai Kar), Ungarn (11.4. - 12.4.2005) (Details)
  Alexander, R.. 2005. Does global communication inevitably imply 'englishization'?. LGC 2005 (Language and Global Communication Conference), Cardiff University, Wales, Großbritannien (7.7. - 9.7.2005) (Details)
  Miglbauer, M.. 2005. Doing gender and doing power in intercultural business settings. A case study of the communication within an Austrian bank and its Croatian subsidiaries. PhD-Colloquium, ABC Conference, Kopenhagen, Dänemark (25.5. - 28.5.2005) (Details)
  Trinder, R.. 2005. Introducing e-learning into Business English classes - worth the effort?. BESIG Conference (Business English Special Interest Group der IATEFL), Internationale Universität Monaco (11.11. - 13.11.2005) (Details)
  Beer, A.. 2005. Is there room for pop culture in business English?. 39th IATEFL International Annual Conference, Cardiff, Großbritannien (5.4. - 9.4.2005) (Details)
  Alexander, R.. 2005. Language and content integration in ESP tests and examinations: dilemmas or solutions?. ALTE (Association of Language Testers in Europe), 2nd International Conference 'Language Assessment in a Multilingual Context: Attaining Standards, Sustaining Diversity', DBB Forum Berlin, Deutschland (19.5. - 21.5.2005) (Details)
  Alexander, R.. 2005. Parallels and paradoxes in the englishized 'construction' of contemporary globalizing environmental discourse. Symposion Angewandte Ökolinguistik (Austrian Conference of Linguists), Universität Graz, Österreich (29.10. - 30.10.2005) (Details)
  Mautner, G.. 2005. The elderly and other vulnerable people: a corpus-linguistic contribution to ageing research. Jahrestagung der British Association of Applied Linguistics, Bristol University, Großbritannien (15.9. - 17.9.2005) (Details)
  Herles, M.. 2005. The many non-business faces of Business English. 39th IATEFL International Annual Conference, Cardiff, Großbritannien (5.4. - 9.4.2005) (Details)
  Beer, A.. 2005. Using cartoons to teach basic finance and economics. BESIG Annual Conference, Monaco (10.11. - 13.11.2005) (Details)
  Mautner, G.. 2005. Wearing two hats: Introducing customer-focused communication design to a public university. AILA World Congress, University of Wisconsin at Madison, U.S. (24.7. - 29.7.2005) (Details)
  Ozvalda, M.. 2005. Whose English Do They Want Then? Student Perceptions of English as an International Language in Business English Textbooks. BESIG-Konferenz (Business English Special Interest Group der IATEFL), Internationale Universität Monaco (11.11. - 13.11.2005) (Details)
2004 Alexander, R.. 2004. Englishization in Europe in teh (dis-)service of people or profit?. "Language and the future of Europe: ideologies, policies and practices" International Conference, University of Southampton, Großbritannien (8.7. - 10.7.2004) (Details)
  Trinder, Ruth. 2004. ICT in Higher Education: How does it affect learner autonomy?. EuroCALL Conference, Wien (Details)
  Alexander, R.. 2004. Is englishization reconfiguring or disfiguring the linguistic landscape of Europe?. 37th BAAL Annual Meeting "Reconfiguring Europe - The Contribution of Applied Linguistics", King's College, University of London, Großbritannien (9.9. - 11.9.2004) (Details)
  Mautner, G.. 2004. University and business: Towards a theory of discursive alignment. Jahrestagung der British Association of Applied Linguistics, King's College London, Großbritannien (9.9. - 11.9. 2004) (Details)
2003 Trinder, Ruth, Ladurner, Erika. 2003. A question of give and take: feedback and evaluation. EuroCALL Conference, Limerick, Irland, September (Details)
  Mautner, Gerlinde. 2003. Education for Sale. Managerialism in Educational Discourse. Annual Meeting of the British Association for Applied Linguistics, University of Leeds, September (Details)
  Alexander, R.. 2003. Environmental Issues, Third World Agriculture and Multinationals: Who Pays the Price?. 'Das Verbindende der Kulturen', Austria Center Vienna, Österreich (7.11. - 8.11.2003) (Details)
  Alexander, R.. 2003. How effectively and operationally proficient are your students of business English at tertiary level?. 15th ENCoDe Conference, HTW Chur, Schweiz (25.9. - 27.9.2003) (Details)
  Trinder, Ruth, Ladurner, Erika. 2003. Integration of e-learning into a tertiary educational context. 6th International Conference on Languages for Specific Purposes, Vilanova i la Geltrú (Barcelona), Spanien (Details)
  Koller, Veronika. 2003. Metaphor Clusters in Business Media Discourse. Annual Conference of the British Association of Applied Linguistics. Leeds, 4 September (Details)
  Koller, Veronika. 2003. Metaphoric Chains: Analyzing the Multifunctionality of Metaphor in Text. Language, Culture, and Cognition Conference. Braga, Portugal, 17 July (Details)
  Alexander, R.. 2003. Teaching and learning via or through the medium of a foreign language: Can it be said to inhibit or enhance learning?. ICL 2003: Multilingual strategies in higher education: integrating content and language. The Bologna Challenge, Universität Maastricht, Niederlande (23.10. - 25.10.2003) (Details)
  Obenaus, Wolfgang, Beer, Axel. 2003. The Perceived Impact of E-mail on Business Processes and the Relevance of Correct English. Vortrag im Rahmen der 68. Jahreskonferenz von ABC (The Association for Business Communication) mit dem Generalthema: Communication and Ethics: Challenges for Research, Teaching and Training. Albuquerque, New Mexico, U.S.A., October 22 - 25, 2003 (Details)
  Alexander, R.. 2003. Wirtschaftliche Kurrikula und der gemeinsame europäische Referenzrahmen. 1. Wiener Fachsprachendidaktik-Treffen, Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien, Österreich (2.5. - 3.5.2003) (Details)
2002 Koller, Veronika. 2002. 'Brothers in Arms': Hybrid metaphoric construction of brands in Relationship Marketing discourse. Conference on Metaphor in Language and Thought, Sáo Paulo, 21-25 October (Details)
  Koller, Veronika. 2002. 'Possessive, jealous and pugnacious?' Businesswomen, war metaphors and hegemonic masculinity. Second International Gender and Language Association Conference. Lancaster, 12 April (Details)
  Ozvalda, Margit. 2002. 'The Audio, the Visual and the Text': Multimodality in Business English Textbooks - in Pursuit of Promoting English as an International Language?. Multimodality Symposion, Universität Salzburg, Jänner 2002 (Details)
  Pollach, I.. 2002. Corporate Ethics on the World Wide Web. European Ethics Summit of the European Business Ethics Network. Brüssel/Belgien (Details)
  Obenaus, Wolfgang. 2002. Evaluating Business English Negotiation Skills for Intercultural Contexts - A European Approach. Vortrag im Rahmen der 2002 Conference of The Association for Business Communication (Southeast United States Region) mit dem Generalthema: Business Communication: Connecting to the Future. Savannah, Georgia, U.S.A., April 4-6 (Details)
  Mautner, Gerlinde. 2002. For-Profit Discourse in the Not-for-Profit Sector: The Marriage of Mission and Management. Text and Economcis. Universität Antwerpen, 16.-18. Mai 2002 (Details)
  Ozvalda, Margit. 2002. From Textual to Didactic Authenticity: Business English Textbooks and English as an International Language. BAAL Conference, University of Wales, Cardiff, UK, September 2002 (Details)
  Alexander, R.. 2002. How 'worldly' can and should oral proficiency assessment in tertiary level Business English get?. ENCoDe 2002, 14th Annual Conference of ENCoDe, München, Deutschland (20.6. - 22.6.2002) (Details)
  Mautner, Gerlinde. 2002. Menschen im inszenierten Business-Diskurs. Attribute, Aktivitäten und Rollen in Bild-Text-Kombinationen. Jahrestagung der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Angewandte Linguistik, Universität zu Köln, 19.-21. September 2002 (Details)
  Alexander, R.. 2002. Procedures of, and future prospects for, teaching assessment at one Austrian university. 14th International Conference on Assessing Quality in Higher Education AQHE - Universität Wien, Österreich (22.7. - 24.7.2002) (Details)
  Alexander, R.. 2002. Shaping environmental discourse: The example of the 2000 BBC Reith Lectures. Arbeitskreis Sprache und Ökologie, GAL Jahrestagung, Universität Köln, Deutschland (21.9.2002) (Details)
  Trinder, Ruth, Ladurner, Erika. 2002. The Online English Mentor: Another Step towards Truly Individualised Learning. EuroCALL Conference, Jyväskylä, Finland, August (Details)
  Mautner, Gerlinde. 2002. The Price of Joining Those We Can't Beat: Managing Access and Participation in an Expanding Circle Environment. Annual Meeting of the British Association for Applied Linguistics, University of Cardiff, 12.-14. September 2002 (Details)
  Mautner, Gerlinde. 2002. Universitäten auf dem Weg von der 'Behörde' zum 'Dienstleistungsunternehmen'. Diskursanalytische Befunde, kommunikationspolitische Herausforderungen und ein Ausflug in die Sprachberatung. Jahrestagung österreichischer Linguist/inn/en, Universität Innsbruck, 6.-8. Dezember 2002 (Details)
  Mautner, Gerlinde. 2002. Von der Forschung zum sinnlichen Vergnügen: On Multimodality in Adverts for Beauty Products. Symposium on Multi-Modal Discourse, Universität Salzburg, 25.-26. Jänner 2002 (Details)
  Alexander, R.. 2002. Wording the world: The 2000 BBC Reith Lectures as an index of ecological progress or regression?. Deutsche Gesellschaft für Semiotik (DGS) e.V., 10. Internationaler Kongress, Universität Kassel, Deutschland (19.7. - 21.7.2002) (Details)
2001 Alexander, Richard John. 2001. Benchmarks for oral assessment of tertiary level content-based business English?. 35th IATEFL Annual Conference, Brighton, UK, Großbritannien, 17-21 April 2001. (Details)
  Koller, Veronika. 2001. 'A Shotgun Wedding': A Study of the Co-occurrence of War and Marriage Metaphors in Mergers and Acquisitions Discourse. Researching and Applying Metaphor IV, Tunis, 5-7 April (Details)
  Herles, Martin. 2001. Are we talking about the same Business English?. 35th IATEFL International Conference in Brighton,UK, 17.-21. April (Details)
  Trinder, Ruth, Herles, Martin. 2001. Can we have more customised CD-Roms please?. 9th Biennial International CALL Colloquium, University of Exeter, UK, 1.-3. September (Details)
  Obenaus, Wolfgang. 2001. CEMS Competency Assessment: Instrument and Criteria Building via Company Input and EU Coordination: Continuous Improvement Goals. Jahreskonferenz von ABC Europe, Generalthema: Business Communication: Europe and Globalization. Dresden, Deutschland, 24.-26. Mai (Details)
  Alexander, Richard J.. 2001. Concordancing and the Teaching of Vocabulary and Phraseology of Business English. 13th European Symposium LSP2001Vaasa, Finland, 20.-24. August (Details)
  Pichler, Robert. 2001. Cultural Influences on Leadership. ABC Annual Convention, San Diego, USA, 7.-11. November (Details)
  Pollach, I., Pichler, R.. 2001. Ethics and Leadership - Does it Work?. 66th Annual Convention of the Association for Business Communication (ABC-2001). San Diego/USA (Details)
  Obenaus, Wolfgang, Bennett, John. 2001. Evaluating Business English Presentation Skills for Intercultural Contexts - A European Approach. ABC Annual Convention, San Diego, USA, 7.-11. November (Details)
  Alexander, Richard J.. 2001. Four parameters or limiting factors in teaching English for occupational purposes. 3rd German IATEFL ESPSIG Conference, Volkshochschule Bielefeld, Deutschland, 26.-28. Jänner (Details)
  Alexander, Richard J.. 2001. G.lobal L.anguages O.ppress B.ut A.re L.iberating, too: the Dialectics of English. MAVEN/GNEL Conference 2001 'The Politics of English as a World Language', University of Freiburg, Deutschland, 6.-9. Juni (Details)
  Mautner, Gerlinde. 2001. Gendered visual representation in the business domain. Jahrestagung der British Association for Applied Linguistics, University of Reading, 6.-8. September (Details)
  Alexander, Richard J.. 2001. Getting to there from here: What is the place of oral proficiency in tertiary level business English?. 13th Annual Conference of ENCoDE (European Nework for Communication Development in Business and Education) Halden University College, Norwegen, 5.-7. Juli (Details)
  Beer, Alexander, Herles, Martin. 2001. No SECs please, we're European linking puns and pundits. Vienna Exchange International TEA Conference, Wien, 28.-30. September (Details)
  Obenaus, Wolfgang, Bennett, John. 2001. Teaching Business English Presentation Skills for Intercultural Contexts - A European Approach. ABC Annual Convention, San Diego, USA, 7.-11. November (Details)
  Mautner, Gerlinde. 2001. We are a business engaged in intense competition. Professional Values and Corporate Identity in the Website Communication of Nonprofit Organizations. ABC (Association for Business Communication) European Convention, Dresden, Deutschland, 24.-26. Mai (Details)
  Ozvalda, Margit. 2001. Worldly Englishes? Die Rolle von Wirtschaftsenglischlehrbüchern in der Weltenglisch-Debatte (unter besonderer Berücksichtigung der Hörmaterialien). ÖLIng (Österreichische Linguistiktagung), Klagenfurt (Details)
2000 Beer, Alexander, Herles, Martin. 2000. 'No SECs please, we're European-linking puns and pundits'. 13th BESIG International Conference, München, 13-15 November (Details)
  Beer, Alexander, Herles, Martin. 2000. 'What means this?' and other howlers revisited. 34th IATEFL International Conference in Dublin, Ireland, 27-31 March (Details)
  Mautner, Gerlinde. 2000. British National Identity in the European Context. Beitrag zur Konferenz 'Attitudes towards Europe' in Durham, 23.-25. März (Details)
  Alexander, Richard J.. 2000. Business-rich business English programmes for business studies students?. British Council / IATEFL Special Interest Group Symposium, British Council School, Madrid, 17-19 September (Details)
  Obenaus Wolfgang. 2000. Dozentenseminar: Content-Based Business English Teaching. Universität St. Gallen/Schweiz, 24. November (Details)
  Obenaus, Wolfgang, Bennett, John. 2000. Evaluating Negotiation Skills for Intercultural Contexts. Vortrag im Rahmen der Jahreskonferenz von ABC Europe (Association for Business Communication) mit dem Generalthema: Multilingual Business Communities in a Multicultural Europe. Antwerp, Belgium, May 24-27 (Details)
  Alexander, Richard J.. 2000. Everyone is talking about 'sustainable development'. Can they all mean the same thing? Computer discourse analysis of ecological texts. Symposium '30 years of 'language and ecology' achievements and visions', Österreichische Linguistiktagung, Karl-Franzens-Universitaet Graz (Details)
  Obenaus Wolfgang. 2000. Free Trade vs. Protectionism. Universität St. Gallen/Schweiz, 23. November (Details)
  Mautner, Gerlinde. 2000. Higher Education in Business, and the Business of Higher Education: On the Discursive Construction of Social Contexts and Relations in Deans' Messages and Mission Statements Text and Talk at Work. Universität Gent, 16.-20. August (Details)
  Mautner, Gerlinde. 2000. Market-driven Education: The Discourse of Mission Statements and Deans' Messages on Business Schools' Internet Web Pages. Jahrestagung der British Association of Applied Linguistics (BAAL), 6.-10. September (Details)
  Mautner, Gerlinde. 2000. The Pursuit of WOW: Persuasiver Diskurs im akademischen Raum, illustriert anhand der Selbstdarstellung von Business Schools. 28. Jahrestagung österreichischer Linguist/inn/en, Graz, 8.-10. Dezember (Details)
  Mautner, Gerlinde. 2000. Whose English? Non-Native Perspectives on the Use of English as a Lingua Franca in Business Communication. ABC (Association for Business Communication) European Convention, 25-27 May (Details)
1999 Alexander, Richard John. 1999. An English professor’s perspective on the business of verbal humour and the humour of business . International Humor Conference of the International Society for Humor Studies, Holy Names College, Oakland, California, USA, Vereinigte Staaten/USA, 29 June–3 July 1999. (Details)
1998 Alexander, Richard John. 1998. Caught in a global English trap, or liberated by a lingua franca? Unravelling some aims, claims and dilemmas of the English teaching profession. International conference on teaching and learning English as a global language: Native and non-native perspectives, Technische Universität Braunschweig, Deutschland, 22-24 June 1998. (Details)
  Alexander, Richard John. 1998. Ecological commitment in business: a computer-corpus-based critical discourse analysis . Ecolinguistics panel, 6th International Pragmatics Conference, Centre de Congrès, Reims, Frankreich, 23 July 1998. (Details)
  Alexander, Richard John. 1998. Fixed expressions in learners’ dictionaries of English: spoilt for choice?. EURALEX '98, University of Liège, Belgien, 5 August 1998. (Details)
1997 Alexander, Richard John. 1997. Phraseology as a Frame for English Learning and Teaching. Invited guest lecture Department of English, Universität Klagenfurt, Österreich, 10 June 1997. (Details)
  Alexander, Richard John. 1997. Practice and principles of business English at tertiary level; or, doing the business without (much) experience?. IATEFL BESIG Conference, VHS Reutlingen , Reutlingen, Deutschland, 14-16 November 1997. (Details)
  Alexander, Richard John. 1997. The framing of ecology: some remarks on the relation between language and economics. GAL-Jahrestagung, Universität Bielefeld, Deutschland, 24-27 September 1997. (Details)
  Alexander, Richard John. 1997. Wahl und Zwang: Computer, Übersetzung und der/die Angewandte Sprachwissenschaftler/in. Invited guest lecture Universität Bremen, Bremen, Deutschland, 5 Dezember 1997. (Details)
1996 Alexander, Richard John. 1996. Content-based Business English Curricula: Retrospective reflections, current considerations and prospective proposals on English for business and academic purposes in European higher education. ELT Links British Council/IATEFL SIG Symposium, Universitat Wien, Österreich, 26-28 September 1996. (Details)
  Alexander, Richard John. 1996. How teaching English for specific purposes (especially Business English) is affected by evolving models of language. 29th BAAL Annual Meeting, Swansea University, Wales, Großbritannien, 9-11 September 1996. (Details)
  Alexander, Richard John. 1996. Introduction to the Symposium “Language and Ecology”: Past, Present and Future. 11th AILA International Congress of Applied Linguistics, University of Jyväskylä, Finnland, 4-9 August 1996. (Details)
1995 Alexander, Richard John. 1995. Integrating the ecological perspective: Some linguistic (self-) reflexions . Symposion Ökolinguistk und Sprachökologie, Jahrestagung der österreichischen Linguisten, Universität Klagenfurt, Klagenfurt, Österreich, 26-29 October 1995. (Details)
  Alexander, Richard John. 1995. Teaching International Business English for the Year 2000 . IATEFL BESIG Conference, Universität Graz, Graz, Österreich, 17-19 November 1995. (Details)
  Alexander, Richard John. 1995. Ten Provocative and Paradoxical Propositions on LSP Teaching . 10th LSP Symposium, Universität Wien, Wien, Österreich, 31 August 1995. (Details)
1994 Alexander, Richard John. 1994. 1994 Alexander, Richard John Intercultural discourse and negotiation strategies: International Business English as a Lingua Franca? . AKS-Tagung, Humboldt-Universität, Berlin, Berlin, Deutschland, 24-27 February 1994. (Details)
  Alexander, Richard John. 1994. Names, Fixed Expressions and Learning English: Some Culturo-Linguistic Concerns . International Symposium on Phraseology, University of Leeds, Leeds, Großbritannien, 17-21 April 1994. (Details)