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Dr Burnapp has spent many years working in education and development. This experience has given him a valuable insight into what happens in education in different countries and cultures. He researches and publishes on topics relating to internationalisation of Higher Education. His work received national recognition when he was appointed a National Teaching Fellow, and has completed several projects concerning international collaboration.

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Areas related to internationalisation of Higher Education


Messaouda Annab; English and Creative Writing

A Sociolinguistic Study of Lexical Borrowing among Algerian Students.


Djamel Benchaib; English and Creative Writing

Multilingualism and Language Change through Computer-Mediated Communication: The Algerian Users of Facebook and LinkedIn mixing Arabic, French and English.


Leila Benseddik; English and Creative Writing

Doctoral Research Project.


Imene Hamini; English and Creative Writing

Leaving Homeland Behind: Lived Experiences of Kabyles’ Diaspora of the United Kingdom.


Nadia Hassoon; English and Creative Writing

Sectarianism and Media: a critical discourse analysis of news sites reportage.


Abdellah Maachou; English and Creative Writing

The Enhancement of Learner Motivation and English Speaking Identity through the Integration of Films in EFL classrooms: the Case of Algerian EFL First Year University Students.


Sadat Shah; English and Creative Writing

Doctoral Research Project.


Soumeya Slimani; English and Creative Writing

The Image of Algeria in Maria Martin's History of the Captivity and Sufferings of Mrs. Maria Martin (1807), Jules Verne’s Invasion of the Sea (1905), Yacine Kateb’s Nedjma (1956), Assia Djebar’s Fantasia, An Algerian Cavalcade (1985) and Ahmed Hanifi’s La Folle d’Alger (2012).


Souad Smaili; English and Creative Writing

Writing For The Stage in Higher Education Context: An Exploratory Study of Algerian EFL Students' Multiple Identity. 


Imane Tiahi; English and Creative Writing

Increasing Students’ Engagement, Interaction, and Motivation in English Learning: Using Mobile Applications in Algerian Higher Education.


Fatima Zahaf; English and Creative Writing

Examining how Algerian women living in the United Kingdom negotiate online social activities by using virtual third spaces.


Wafa Zekri; English and Creative Writing

Developing an Academic Identity through the Creation of a Female Blog Writing Community.


Houari Zidour; English and Creative Writing

Exploring New Approaches to English for Business and Economics ("EBE").


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  • HEA Annual Conference

    Dave Burnapp (Participant) & Wei Zhao (Participant)

    1 Jun 2010

    Activity: Participating in or organising a conference or workshopParticipating in a conference or workshopResearch

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