Forthcoming

  • Bosso, Rino. Forthcoming. Exploring the pragmatics of computer-mediated English as a lingua franca communication: multimodal and multilingual practices. In Mauranen, Anna; Vetchinnikova, Svetlana (eds.). Language change: the impact of English as a lingua franca. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Bosso, Rino. Forthcoming. 'Seriously?! Do we really have such pigs here?!': exploring complaints in online English as a lingua franca communication. In Rosca, Andreea; Sevilla-Pavón, Ana (eds.). Building up telecollaborative networks for intercultural learning in the digital age. Albolote: Comares.
  • Pitzl, Marie-Luise. Forthcoming. Tracing the emergence of situational multilingual practices in a BELF meeting: Micro-diachronic analysis and implications of corpus design. In Kumiko Murata (ed). ELF research and approaches to data and analyses. Theoretical and methodological underpinnings. London: Routledge, 97-125.
  • Seidlhofer, Barbara. Forthcoming. Researching ELF communication: focus on high-stakes encounters. In Murata, Kumiko (ed.). ELF research methods and approaches to data and analyses: theoretical and methodological underpinnings. London: Routledge.
  • Thir, Veronika. Forthcoming. The role of co-textual and contextual cues for intelligibility in ELF interactions. In Mauranen, Anna; Vetchinnikova, Svetlana (eds.). Language change: The impact of English as a Lingua Franca. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Widdowson, Henry. Forthcoming. Research perspectives on ELF: linguistic usage and communicative use. In Murata, Kumiko (ed.) ELF research methods and approaches to data and analyses: theoretical and methodological underpinnings. London. Routledge.
  • Widdowson, Henry. Forthcoming. The elusive concept of culture. Lingue e Linguaggi.

2020

  • Klötzl, Svitlana; Swoboda, Birgit. 2020. Interpersonal positioning in ELF interactions. New York/ London: Routledge.
  • Thir, Veronika. 2020. Book Review: Andrew Sewell. 2016. English pronunciation models in a globalized world: Accent, acceptability and Hong Kong English. Journal of Second Language Pronunciation 6(1), 127–131.
  • Widdowson, Henry. 2020. On the subject of English. Berlin: de Gruyter.

2019

  • Pitzl, Marie-Luise. 2019. Investigating Communities of Practice (CoPs) and Transient International Groups (TIGs) in BELF contexts. Iperstoria 13, 5-14.
  • Seidlhofer, Barbara; Widdowson, Henry. 2019. ELF for EFL: A Change of Subject? In C. Sifakis, Nikos; Tsantila, Natasha (eds.). English as a lingua franca for EFL contexts. (New Perspectives on Language and Education; Vol. 62). Bristol: Multilingual Matters, 17-31.
  • Widdowson, Henry. 2019. Disciplinarity and disparity in applied linguistics. In Wright, Clare; Harvey, Lou; Simpson, James (eds.).Voices and practices in applied linguistics. York: White Rose Press, 33-50.
  • Widdowson, Henry; Seidlhofer, Barbara. 2019. Accounting for communication. In Roever, Carsten; Wigglesworth, Gillian (eds.) Social perspectives on language testing: Papers in honour of Tim McNamara. (Language Testing and Evaluation; Vol. 41). Berlin: Peter Lang, 243-252.

2018

  • Bosso, Rino. 2018. First steps in exploring computer-mediated English as a lingua franca. In Martin-Rubió, Xavier (ed.). Contextualising English as a lingua franca: from data to insights. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars, 10-35.
  • Pitzl, Marie-Luise. 2018. Creativity in English as a lingua franca: Idiom and metaphor. Boston/Berlin: De Gruyter Mouton.Radinger, Sandra. 2018. Language awareness and agency in the availability of linguistic resources. A case study of refugees and locals in Austria. Language Awareness 27(1-2), 61-78.
  • Pitzl, Marie-Luise. 2018. Transient International Groups (TIGs): Exploring the group and development dimension of ELF. Journal of English as a Lingua Franca 7(1). 25-58.
  • Seidlhofer, Barbara. 2018. Standard English and the dynamics of ELF variation. In Jenkins, Jennifer; Baker, Will; Dewey, Martin (eds.). The Routledge handbook of English as a lingua franca. London: Routledge, 85-100.
  • Widdowson, Henry. 2018. Historical perspectives on ELF. In Jenkins, Jennifer; Baker, Will; Dewey, Martin (eds.). The Routledge handbook of English as a lingua franca. London: Routledge, 101-112.

2017

  • Seidlhofer, Barbara. 2017. English as a Lingua Franca and Multilingualism. In Cenoz, Jasone; Gorter, Durk; May, Stephen (eds.). Language awareness and multilingualism. (Encyclopedia of Language and Education). Heidelberg: Springer, 391-404.
  • Seidlhofer, Barbara; Widdowson, Henry. 2017. Competence, capability and virtual language. Lingue e Linguaggi 24, 23-36.

2016

  • Klötzl, Svitlana. 2016. A hitchhiker's guide to Global English: English as a lingua franca in intimate interaction. In Holger, Rossow (ed.) Facets of globalisation. Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter Heidelberg.
  • Pitzl, Marie-Luise. 2016. World Englishes and creative idioms in English as a lingua franca. World Englishes 35(2). 293-309. Special Issue on ‘Language contact in World Englishes’ (ed. Alexander Onysko).
  • Radinger, Sandra. 2016. LanguagING among refugees and local Austrians. ELF availability, monolingual norms and multilingual realities. In Boniecki, Monika (Ed.). Proceedings of the 8th ÖGSD Young Researchers' Conference. Der wissenschaftliche Nachwuchs im Dialog, 1 ed., Vol. ÖGSD Tagungsberichte. Graz: ÖGSD, 46-49.
  • Thir, Veronika. 2016. Rethinking pronunciation teaching in teacher education from an ELF perspective. VIEWS 25, 1-28.

2015 and earlier

  • Ehrenreich, Susanne; Marie-Luise Pitzl (eds.). 2015. Special Issue on ‘Teaching ELF, BELF and/or Intercultural Communication?’. Journal of English as a Lingua Franca 4(1). 1-189
  • Seidlhofer, Barbara. 2015. ELF-informed Pedagogy: from Code-fixation towards Communicative Awareness. In Vettorel, Paula (ed.). New Frontiers in Teaching and Learning English. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 19-30.
  • Klötzl, Svitlana. 2014. Maybe just things we grew up with: linguistic and cultural hybridity in ELF couple talk. Journal of English as a Lingua Franca 3 (1), 27-48.
  • Klötzl, Svitlana. 2013. English with the 'married' name: the case of linguistic hybridity in ELF couple talk. Discourse and Interaction 6 (2), 29-40.
  • Seidlhofer, Barbara. 2011. Understanding English as a lingua franca. Oxford: Oxford University Press.