Jane Carnaffan
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Research interests

My research interests are in widening participation, the internationalisation of university education, decolonising the curriculum and intercultural communication. 

If you are interested in teaching materials which promote a non-essentialist approach to intercultural communication, then take a look at the website below, the result of a BALEAP (British Association of Lecturers of English for Academic Purposes) funded project:

https://www.interculturalmaterials.co.uk/

Further Information

I have been a lecturer in English for Academic Language Skills at Northumbria University since 1995 (with breaks to teach in Japan and study for my PhD at Newcastle University). I am currently teaching courses on academic writing and research skills for both undergraduate and postgraduate students.

I have taught English language in Spain, Paraguay, Bulgaria and Japan. I also have also lectured in Human Geography, specialising in Latin American Development and Sustainable Tourism.

I have been Senior Adjunct Lecturer at Luxembourg University, where I delivered short courses on research article writing and conference skills to postgraduate researchers.

I have an academic background in Modern Languages, Social Sciences, Research Methods and Tourism and Development.

Education/Academic qualification

Geography, PhD, Newcastle University

1 Oct 200430 Nov 2009

Award Date: 30 Nov 2009

Research Methods, MA, Newcastle University

1 Sep 200330 Sep 2004

Award Date: 30 Sep 2004

Social Studies/Science, MA, Open University Milton Keynes

1 Sep 200030 Sep 2004

Award Date: 30 Sep 2004

Modern Languages, PGCE, Lancaster University

1 Sep 199231 Aug 1993

Award Date: 31 Aug 1993

Modern Languages, University of Leeds

1 Sep 199830 Jun 1992

Award Date: 30 Jun 1992

External positions

University of Luxembourg

3 May 201613 May 2016

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