Symposium schedule | Day 2

Day 2 | Friday 22 October 2021

Time Event
09.20 - 09.30 hrs. Opening René Gabriëls & Robert Wilkinson
09.30-10.15 hrs.  Academic presentations

Englishization in East Asia

Presentation 1
Eun Gyong (E.G.) Kim (KAIST, South Korea):
The Englishization at a Korean science and engineering school

Presenation 2
Tho Vo (University of Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam):
EMI implementation and the promotion of English use in a Vietnamese higher education context

Presentation 3
Keiko Tsuchiya (Yokohama City University, Japan): English education policy in Japan

Moderator: Annette Bradford (Singapore)

10.15 -10.30 hrs.  Break 
10.30 - 11.15 hrs. On the spot/interview

Philippe Van Parijs (Université de Louvain-La-Neuve/Katholieke Universiteit. Leuven, Belgium):
Englishization as trap and lifeline

Moderator: René Gabriëls (Maastricht University, Netherlands)

11.15 -11.30 hrs.  Break 
Parallel Sessions
Track 1
11.30-12.15 hrs.
Discussion

Emma Dafouz (Universidad Complutense, Madrid, Spain) & Ute Smit (University of Vienna, Austria):

Englishisation in Higher Education: Insights from the ROAD-MAPPING framework

Moderator: Harro van Lente (Maastricht University, Netherlands)

Track 2

11.30-12.15 hrs. 

Academic presentations

Challenged contexts of Englishization

Presentation 1
Maria Sabaté-Dalmau (Universitat Lleida, Spain):
The management of Englishisation policies through local multilingual practices and dissenting identities in the EMI classroom.

Presenatation 2
Ofra Inbar (Tel Aviv University, Israel): Englishization in higher education institutions in Israel:
Transcending the linguistic barriers

Presentation 3
Christa van der Walt (Stellenbosch University, South Africa):
Southern African Englishes and English language teaching

Moderator: T.J. Ó Ceallaigh (Mary Immaculate College, Ireland)

12.15 -12.30 hrs. Break 
12.30 -13.15 hrs.  On the spot/interview

Aminata Cairo (The Hague)
Holding space for Englishization

Moderator: Jenny Valcke (Karolinska Institutet, Sweden)

13.15 -13.30 hrs. Close of Symposium UM representative: Christine Neuhold, Dean, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (Maastricht University, Netherlands)