New book: The Secret Life of English-Medium Instruction in Higher Education

The volume edited by David Block and Sarah Khan explores the inner-workings of English-medium instruction (EMI) in higher education (HE) at two universities. The chapters examine issues such as the choice of either English or Catalan as the medium of instruction by students and lecturers; how students display ambivalence towards EMI, as well as a general lack of enthusiasm towards and an ironic distance from 'doing education’; and how students resist EMI by contravening its English monolingual norm, using their L1s in the classroom. 

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