Keynote speech at CAES International Conference Faces of English 2: Teaching and Researching Academic and Professional English
Academic Interaction: Where’s it all Going?
Professor Ken Hyland discusses interaction in academic writing
- highlights there is a perception of the growing realization of interaction – stance, in particular
- uses corpus data from leading journals to explore changes over the past 50 years in the use of stance and engagement
- somewhat surprisingly, finds a shift to more explicit interpersonal interactions in the sciences and to more detached practices in the soft fields
Keynote speech at CAES International Conference Faces of English: Theory, Practice and Pedagogy
Anecdote, attitude and evidence. Does English disadvantage EAL authors in international publishing?
Professor Ken Hyland examines whether English language ability is a major hurdle for non-native speaking authors in international publishing.
- critically examines the evidence for linguistic disadvantage in academic publishing by L2 writers
- acknowledges there is ample anecdotal evidence of such disadvantage
- however concludes that language ability is less of a factor than resources and research writing expertise
Keynote speech at the 2012 Genre Conference at Carleton University
Keynote speech at the BALEAP 2015 Conference
Interview on academic writing and publishing
Professor Ken Hyland talks about the importance of academic writing, both for second language learners and for academic writers publishing their work.
Publishing research in international journals: Interview with Professor Ken Hyland
Professor Ken Hyland’s entry in The Encyclopedia of Applied Linguistics Entry on Ken Hyland by Pilar Mur Dueñas