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Digital genres in English-medium instruction in Europe and Asia: Multimodal analysis perspectives

Mercedes Querol-Juliána and Dezheng, Universidad Internacional de La Rioja (Spain) (William) Feng, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (China) Contributions are invited for an edited book that explores the dynamic intersection of digital genres and English-medium instruction (EMI) in the higher education landscapes of Europe and Asia, from a multimodal perspective.


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Submission Guidelines Prospective authors are invited to submit a 500-word abstract by 1 st July 2024. Accepted contributors will be notified by 1 st September 2024. The edited book proposal will be submitted to be published in Routledge. Full chapters (approximately 6,000-8,000 words) will be due by 1 st March 2025. All submissions will undergo a blind peer-review process among the contributors to ensure the academic rigour and relevance of the content.


Submission Process

Please submit your abstract to mercedes.querol@unir.net and will.feng@polyu.edu.hk with the subject line “DGEMIEA: Your title”. Ensure that your abstract includes a straightforward research question, methodology, and potential contributions to the field. This edited book will be a valuable resource for researchers, educators, and policymakers interested in the intersection of digital genres and English-medium instruction in diverse university contexts in Europe and Asia. We look forward to receiving your contributions and advancing the discourse on this important and evolving topic.


For inquiries, please contact mercedes.querol@unir.net and will.feng@polyu.edu.hk

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