Ms Julia Hathaway
Associate Professor of Language and Communication
I lived and worked in Morocco, Spain and China on British Council English Language Teaching programmes. For the last twenty years my work has centred on English for Academic Purposes, first at parts of London University and then at Richmond. At Richmond I teach in the Academic Literacies Programme, but also teach courses in the Communications degree. I also led two International Field Study Projects, to Morocco and China which involved students conducting primary research in the field with a schedule of lectures and guided visits.
‘Developing That Voice: Locating academic writing tuition in the mainstream of higher education’ (2015) Teaching in Higher Education, 20(5) July 2015. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13562517.2015.1026891
‘Languaging the Curriculum’ with Christina Healey.
British Association of Lecturers of English for Academic Purposes Professional Interest Meeting, London School of Economics, 19th March 2019
‘Faces and Voices : an academic writing course at the centre of learning.’
Higher Education Academy conference ‘Inspire-sharing great practice in Arts and Humanities Teaching’. 3rd-4th March 2016, Brighton
‘Content: content’ with Michele Le Roux.
St Andrews University EAP conference, ‘Finding the Balance: Language and Content in EAP’. 27th February 2016.
‘Stealing Voices, Wearing Masks: how student writers can explore and assume new academic writing identities.’ (2011) Refereed paper in Proceedings of 2nd EAP conference : EAP innovations in tertiary settings: Proposals and Implementations, Kavala Institute of technology, Kavala, Greece. ISBN: 978-960-363-037-1.
‘Rights, Choices and Values: voyages through intercultural spaces.’ (2007) in eds. A. Pearson-Evans and A, Leahy, Intercultural Spaces: Language, Culture, Identity. New York: Peter Lang. ISBN 978-0-8204-9546-0.
‘Developing That Voice: Locating academic writing tuition in the mainstream of higher education’ (2015) Teaching in Higher Education, 20(5) July 2015.