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Narratives of scholarship

Too often, written accounts of scholarship (and research) focus on the product rather than the process of scholarship. The messy, contingent, and complex array of events, processes, emotions, and intellectual engagements of scholarship are hidden or barely visible in published accounts. Too often too, only successes are made public. We do not hear about abandoned scholarship, inconclusive scholarship, or scholarship that failed to meet our hopes and expectations. We welcome submissions that explore both these occulted dimensions of scholarship as they are as, if not more, useful to language educators as products and successes in scholarship. We have much to learn from accounts of the processes and/or failures of scholarship.

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Scholarship is a Journey


Milada Walková, Language Centre, University of Leeds INTRODUCTION  This narrative recounts my work on a particular scholarship project within the field of English for Academic Purposes (EAP)....