Publications

2021

Velilla-Sánchez, M. A. (2021). Bilingual resources in English-medium instruction lectures: the role lecturer’s L1 is playing in EMI courses. Language Value, 14(2), 45-67. DOI: 10.6035/languagev.6122

Luzón, M. J. & Pérez-Llantada, C. (forthcoming, 2022). Digital genres in academic knowledge production and communication: Perspectives and practices. Bristol: Multilingual Matters.

Albero-Posac, S. & Luzón, M.J. (2021). Understanding academics online: Ethnographic approaches to the analysis of online academic discourse and practices. In I. Guillén-Galve and A. Bocanegra-Valle  (Eds), Ethnographies of Academic Writing Research: Theory, Methods, and Interpretation (pp. 62-81). Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Luzón, M.J. (2021). Digital genres and teaching English for Academic Purposes. In H. Mohebbi & C. Coombe (Eds.), Research Questions in Language Education and Applied Linguistics:  A Reference Guide for Teachers. Cham, Switzerland: Springer

Pérez-Llantada, C. (2021). Genres and languages in science communication: The multiple dimensions of the science-policy interface. Language & Communication, 78, 65-75. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.langcom.2021.02.004

Pérez-Llantada, C. (2021). Grammar features and discourse style in digital genres: the case of science-focused crowdfunding projects. Revista Signos. Estudios de Lingüística, 54(105), 73-96. Open access.

Pérez-Llantada, C. (2021). Research Genres across Languages. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.


2020

Bocanegra-Valle, A. (2020). Researching academic genres, language and discourse with computer assisted qualitative data analysis software. En M. L . Carrió-Pastor(ed.), Corpus Analysis in Academic Discourse: Discourse Markers, English for Specific Purposes and Learner Corpora. London: Routledge, 146-166.

Guillén-Galve, I. & Vela-Tafalla, M. A. (2020). New research genres and English prosody: an exploratory analysis of academic English intonation in Video Methods Articles in experimental biology. Language Value, 12(1), 1-19.

Luzón, M.J. & Albero-Posac, S. (2020). “Had a lovely week at #conference2018”: an analysis of interaction through conference tweets. RELC Journal, 51(1), 33-51. https://doi.org/10.1177/0033688219896862

Luzón, M.J. (2020). Visual Communication in Online Academic Genres: An Analysis of Images on the Websites of Research Groups. In M. Gotti, S. M. Maci and M. Sala (Eds), Scholarly Pathways: Knowledge Transfer and Knowledge Exchange in Academia (pp. 281-304). Bern: Peter Lang. https://doi.org/10.3726/b16306

Pérez-Llantada, C. (2020). Book review of Academic Discourse and Global Publishing, Ken Hyland and Feng (Kevin) Jiang, Routledge, London and New York (2019), Journal of English for Academic Purposes, Article Number: 100847. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jeap.2020.100847

Pérez-Llantada, C. (2020). Knowledge dissemination, genres and transformative practice. In M. Gotti, S. Maci and M. Sala (eds.), Scholarly Pathways. Knowledge Transfer and Knowledge Exchange in Academia (pp. 5-10). Bern: Peter Lang.


Selected publications from previous projects

2019

Bocanegra-Valle, A. (2019). Building a reputation in global scientific communication: A SWOT analysis of Spanish humanities journals. Canadian Journal of Sociology, 44(1). https://doi.org/10.29173/cjs28935

Luzón, M.J. (2019). Bridging the gap between experts and publics: the role of multimodality in disseminating research in online videos. IBÉRICA, Journal of the European Association of Languages for Specific Purposes, 37, 167-192.

Luzón, M.J. (2019). “Meet our group!” Addressing multiple audiences on the websites of Spanish Research Groups. IJES: International Journal of English Studies. https://doi.org/10.6018/ijes.382561

Luzón, M. J. & Pérez-Llantada, C. (eds). (2019). Science communication on the Internet: Old genres meet new genres. Amsterdam: John Benjamins. https://doi.org/10.1075/pbns.308

Luzón, M. J. & Pérez-Llantada, C. (2019). Connecting traditional and new genres: Trends and emerging themes. In Luzón, M. J. & Pérez-Llantada, C. (eds). 2019. Science communication on the Internet: Old genres meet new genres (pp. 1-18). Amsterdam: John Benjamins. https://doi.org/10.1075/pbns.308.01luz

Pérez-Llantada, C. (2019). Ecologies of genres and an ecology of languages of science: current and future debates. In David Gruber & Lynda Walsh (eds.) The Routledge Handbook of Language and Science (pp. 361-374). New York: Routledge.


2018

Luzón, M.J. (2018). Constructing academic identities online: Identity performance in research group blogs written by multilingual scholars. Journal of English for Academic Purposes, 33, 24-39. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jeap.2018.01.004

Luzón, M.J. (2018). Features of online ELF in research group blogs written by multilingual scholars. Discourse Context and Media, 24, 24-32. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dcm.2018.01.004

Luzón, M.J. (2018). English as a Lingua Franca in academic blogs: its co-existence and interaction with other languages. In Z. Tatsioka, Z., B. Seidlhofer, N. Sifakis, N. & G. Ferguson, G. (eds.), Using English as a Lingua Franca in education in Europe (pp. 125-149). Berlin and Boston: de Gruyter Mouton.

Luzón, M.J. (2018). Academic social networking sites (ASNS) as ELF settings: an analysis of interactional strategies in ResearchGate discussions. In I. Guillén-Galve & I. Vázquez (eds.), English as a Lingua Franca and Intercultural Communication: implications and/or applications to the field of English Language Teaching. Bern: Peter Lang.


2017

Bocanegra-Valle, A. (2017). How credible are open access emerging journals? A situational analysis in the humanities. In M. Cargill & S. Burgess (eds.), Publishing research in English as an Additional Language: Practices, pathways and potentials (pp. 121-149). Adelaide: University of Adelaide Press.

Luzón, M.J. (2017). Connecting genres and languages in online scholarly communication. Written Communication, 34(4), 441-471. https://doi.org/10.1177%2F0741088317726298