Seventh Conference of the
European Association for the Teaching of Academic Writing
Teaching Writing Across Languages and Cultures
Thursday 27 – Saturday 29 June 2013
Central European University, Budapest
The European Association for the Teaching of Academic Writing (EATAW) is pleased to announce its 7th biennial conference, hosted by Central European University, Budapest. EATAW is a scholarly organisation that seeks to bring together those involved or interested in the teaching, tutoring, research, administration and development of academic writing in higher education in Europe. EATAW membership is free and is open to individuals from all over the world.
Writing initiatives across Europe and beyond have grown out of two traditions: writing in the mother tongue and writing in a second or other language, usually English. Writing pedagogies, research, practices and institutional policies are inevitably influenced and shaped by the interplay of the growth of English as the lingua franca of academe and the desire of other societies and cultures to preserve their own identity. Identifying and understanding the differences, similarities, conflicts and opportunities for cross-fertilisation and synthesis between these two strands of writing teaching forms the theme for the seventh EATAW Conference.
The conference is of special interest to teachers and tutors of academic writing, administrators of writing centres and programs, researchers, and those involved in higher education policy from all over Europe, but is open to anyone with a professional interest in writing development in higher education and beyond.
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EATAW website link : www.eataw.eu