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Joanna Al-Youssef

Assistant Professor in English for Academic Purposes, Faculty of Social Sciences

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Biography

I have an EdD (Doctor of Education), MA English Language Teaching, & BA English language and Literature. I have been teaching at higher education institutions since 1995; teaching at postgraduate, undergraduate and presessional levels. My research interest is in the area of Internationalisation of Higher Education.

Research Summary

I am passionate about the internationalisation of higher education, particularly existential internationalisation or the internationalisation of the self. I am also interested in the… read more

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Current Research

I am passionate about the internationalisation of higher education, particularly existential internationalisation or the internationalisation of the self. I am also interested in the internationalisation of the curriculum, and in looking at views of international students and staff, which can lead to symbolic exclusion within an academic context .I am particularly interested in reflexivity and its role in bridging the gap between Cultural Others and developing an internationalised mindset.

Past Research

Past research activities/areas include:

  • The internationalisation of higher education institutions; a case study of a British university
  • ​Comparative studies in the eyes of discourse analysis: a discourse-analysis, corpus-based study of comparative texts
  • Teaching Language, Teaching Culture: Challenges for Education

School of Education

University of Nottingham
Jubilee Campus
Wollaton Road
Nottingham, NG8 1BB

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