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Information Manager at the British Council in Buenos Aires.
Responsible for the British Studies programme in the English department of Vienna University and co-edits ELT News, which features a new 'Britain in Focus' section.
Teaches British and American Cultural Studies at the Katholieke Vlaamse Hogeschool in Antwerp and does conference interpreting (English-Dutch, Dutch-English)
A writer and publisher of books and a broadcaster. He has also ran for president of Bulgaria.
Teaches seminars in British literature and British Studies at Masaryk University, Brno.
[ Read Milada Frankova's paper Divided Englishness: the North and South of the Mind ]
Teaches at Palacky University in Olomouc and is a freelance teacher/trainer/consultant for the British Council in the Czech Republic, Latvia and Lithuania.
[ Read Simon Gill's paper Where is my home? ]
Teaches British and American Cultural Studies, English grammar and ESP (English for specific purposes) at the University of Pardubice.
[ Read Olga Zderadicková's paper Class Identity in Britain, Its Firm Past and Hazy Future ]
Lars Ole Sauerberg
Professor of Literature in English at the University of Southern Denmark in Odense.
Teaches British Studies and English language (senior students) at Pärnu Co-educational Gymnasium.
In charge of the British Studies programme (planning funding arrangements and overall administration) at the British and Irish Studies Renvall Institute for Area & Cultural Studies, University
Lecturer in English Philology at Oulu University and a British Studies teacher at Joensuu University.
PhD student carrying out research on English collective memory (especially national commemorations) at the Maison Française d'Oxford and Paris 13.
Teaches undergraduate classes in Cultural Studies, Linguistics, Business English, Phonetics & Phonology at Ruhr-Universität Bochum. Amongst his publications is the book United Kingdom? The Nations of Britain (Langenscheidt-Longman, 1999).
Teacher and researcher in British and American Studies at Chemnitz University of Technology.
UK editor of the German newspaper 'Die Zeit'.
Teaches literature and British Studies courses at Otto-von-Guericke University, Magdeburg, and has responsibility for a British Council-funded British Studies project.
Lecturer in British Studies at Leipzig University.
[ Read Joachim Schwend's paper The federal option for the UK ]
Teaches courses in British history and civilization and is carrying out research in 18th century British history at L. Kossuth University, Debrecen.
Project manager for British Studies, British Cultural Studies and Teacher Education projects at the British Council in Hungary.
Head of the Institute of English & American Studies at the University of Szeged.
Teaches First Year students a course on Englishness and national identity and culture in 20th century at the University of Bergamo.
Teaches English literature and British Cultural Studies at Hokkaido University, Sapporo.
Professor of English and British Cultural Studies at Doshisha University, Kyoto.
Teaches English and English literature at the University of Tokyo.
Professor of British Studies and Chairperson of the International Students committee, Shigakukoa University.
Manages the British Council's information services in Korea and is responsible for the promotion of UK publishing, law and governance and contemporary literature in Korea.
Writer, teacher and theatre director/performer.
[ Read Charlene Rajendran's paper Performing Identity: a Stage for Multilingual English and Multicultural Englishness ]
Carries out research and teaches First Year students British literature and culture at the University of Bergen.
[ Read Ulla Rahbek's paper Representations of Englishness in Timothy Mo´s novel Sour Sweet ]
Head of English Studies at the British Council in Lisbon.
Kathleen Mundell Calado
English language teacher at the University of Açores.
Nina Grahek Kriznar
Teaches a course on British Society and Culture and also teaches translation from English to Slovenian
Assistant Professor in the Department of English at the University of Barcelona.
Doing a three-year research degree in British Cultural Studies at the University of Birmingham, England.
Lecturer in Cultural Studies at the University of Baskent, Ankara.
[ Read Laurence Raw's paper Reconstructing 'Englishness' ]
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