The series pulls together experts from around the world who are at the cutting edge of research on EMI within higher education. It presents a balance of research-oriented voices and evidence-based practical guidance for EMI implementation. Contributions will address the phenomenon of EMI from a range of international contexts.
The books in the series focus on contemporary developments in the field, providing concise, up-to-the-minute perspectives and examples to those involved in EMI planning and implementation. This series accepts proposals for books in two formats. The Routledge Focus short-form format is an excellent choice for shorter topics (up to 45,000 words) that reflect the quickly changing EMI research environment. When the topic requires more in-depth analysis, proposals for full-length monographs (up to 100,000 words) will be considered. Please clearly indicate which format you are planning when you submit your proposal.
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By Kari Sahan
February 23, 2024
In response to the growing use of English as an international language, the number of English-medium instruction (EMI) programs in higher education has increased. However, decisions to implement EMI programs are often made through top-down policymaking processes with little consideration for the ...
By Slobodanka Dimova, Joyce Kling, Branka Drljača Margić
October 31, 2023
Examining English medium instruction (EMI) through a corpus-based approach, this volume offers a critical inquiry into the use of different linguistic and pedagogical strategies in the EMI classroom. It explores aspects of content lecturers’ language use, pedagogy, and intercultural communicative ...
By Francesca Costa, Cristina Mariotti
March 07, 2023
This edited book investigates the input provided by lecturers in English-Medium Instruction (EMI) to reveal the characteristics of both written and oral inputs in EMI settings and their pedagogical implications. The book works on two assumptions: firstly, that field exposure to input is the prime ...
By Emma Dafouz, Ute Smit
February 14, 2023
Set against the increasing use of English-medium higher education across the world, this book brings together researchers and practitioners who, despite coming from very different geopolitical areas and pursuing distinct research objectives, coincide in their use of the ROAD-MAPPING conceptual ...
By Rachael Ruegg
January 09, 2023
There is a growing body of research on English-medium Instruction (EMI) in Asian contexts, and much of this research points out difficulties experienced by stakeholders. This volume takes up the issue of support for EMI, which is, and which can be, offered to students outside of the classroom in ...
By Naoko Kojima
September 26, 2022
This book explores Japanese students’ learning experiences and challenges in English medium instruction (EMI) from motivational perspectives. Using self-determination theory (SDT) as the framework, the first part reveals a lack of the three psychological needs of SDT (autonomy, competence, ...
By David Block, Sarah Khan
April 20, 2022
This volume explores the inner-workings of English-medium instruction (EMI) in higher education (HE) at two universities. After an introductory chapter that sets the scene and provides an essential background, there are four empirically based chapters that draw on data collected from a range of ...
By Myrna Escalona Sibaja
January 13, 2020
Despite Mexico’s implementation of a bilingual model in its tertiary education programmes, this book is the first contribution to knowledge regarding EMI in Mexico. The author introduces readers to the Mexican higher education context before providing detailed information regarding the ...