Hazel, Spencer. 2015. Identities at odds – embedded and implicit language policing in the internationalized workplace. In Hans Jørgen Ladegaard and Christopher Jenks (eds.). Special Issue: Language and Intercultural Communication in the Workplace: Critical Approaches to Theory and Practice. Journal of Language and Intercultural Communication, 15(1), 141-160.


Hazel, Spencer. 2015. The paradox from within – research participants doing-being-observed. Qualitative Research, Online First.

Hazel, Spencer. 2015. Institutional identity negotiation in multilingual workplace settings. In Lubie Grujicic-Alatriste (ed.). Linking Discourse Studies to Professional Practice. Clevedon, England: Multilingual Matters, 19-32.

Hazel, Spencer and Johannes Wagner. 2015. L3 and L2 integrated learning – lingua franca use in developing an additional language in the classroom. In Paul Seedhouse and Christopher Jenks (eds.). International Perspectives on the ELT classroom interaction. Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan, 149-167.

Hazel, Spencer. 2015. Acting, interacting, enacting - representing medical practice in theatre performance. In Malene Kjær, Jens Lohfert Jørgensen and Anita Holm Riis (eds.). Thematic Issue on ‘Health’, Akademisk Kvarter/Academic Quarter 12, 44-64. Aalborg: Aalborg University.

Hazel, Spencer. 2015. In whose face?! (Angry young) theatre makers and the targets of their provocation. In Susan Blattes and Samuel Cuisinier-Delorme (eds.). Special Issue «Le théâtre In-Yer-Face aujourd’hui: bilans et perspectives», Coup de Theatre, 29, 45-68.

Lønsmann, Dorte. 2015. Negotiating positionality in ethnographic investigations of workplace settings: Student, consultant or confidante? In Glen Michael Alessi and Geert Jacobs (eds.). The Ins and Outs of Business and Professional Discourse Research: Reflections on Interacting with the Workplace. Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan, 13-36.

Lønsmann, Dorte. 2015. Language ideologies in a Danish company with English as a corporate language: ‘It has to be English’. Journal of Multilingual & Multicultural Development 36(4), 339-356.

Here you can browse through some publications by LINGCORP researchers. In some cases prefinal versions will be available. Please note that these may not be quoted without prior consent from the author(s).

Publications 2014

Publications 2016