Ibérica 24 (Fall 2012) | TELT | Scoop.it

Open access to these and other articles:

 

Vijay K. Bhatia (City University of Hong Kong, China)
Critical reflections on genre analysis

 

Ken Hyland (University of Hong Kong, China)
“The past is the future with the lights on”: Reflections on AELFE’s 20th birthday

 

Chris Kennedy (University of Birmingham, United Kingdom)
ESP Projects, English as a global language, and the challenge of change

 

Françoise Salager-Meyer (Universidad de Los Andes, Venezuela)
The open access movement or “edemocracy”: its birth, rise, problems and solutions

 

Mike Scott (Aston University, United Kingdom)
Looking back or looking forward in corpus linguistics: What can the last 20 years suggest about the next?

 

John R. Skelton & Jan Whetstone (University of Birmingham, United Kingdom)

English for Medical Purposes and Academic Medicine: looking for common ground

 

John M. Swales (University of Michigan, United States)

 A text and its commentaries: Toward a reception history of “Genre in three traditions” (Hyon, 1996)

 

Sven Tarp (University of Stellenbosch, South Africa & University of Aarhus, Denmark)

Specialised lexicography: 20 years in slow motion

 

Bernd Voss (Technische Universität Dresden, Germany)
20 years of AELFE: LSP, and language learning and teaching in Higher Education - Some personal reflections from Germany