- Position: Professor of English for Academic Purposes
- Areas of expertise: English for Academic Purposes; language education; internationalisation; language-aware curriculum development.
- Email: B.Bond@leeds.ac.uk
- Phone: +44(0)113 343 8416
- Location: 3.04 Parkinson
- Website: English for Academic Purposes: Insessional | Twitter | Googlescholar | ORCID
I have worked at the University of Leeds since 2001, teaching English for Academic Purposes (EAP). I have been closely involved in curriculum development across a range of the programmes offered by the Language Centre. I was appointed as one of the first cohort of LITE (Leeds Institute for Teaching Excellence) Fellows in 2016 and am now using the evidence and outcomes of that project to inform changes to the way EAP is embedded across the curriculum. I became an Advance HE National Teaching Fellow in 2022.
- Deputy Director of the Language Centre
- Programme lead for insessional provision
My scholarship interests lie in the intersection between language and disciplinary content knowledge, the perceptions of those involved in working through both and how this connects to institutional strategy and policy. This links closely to the teaching of English for Academic Purposes, inclusive learning and teaching and internationalisation.
Bruce, I. & Bond, B.(eds) (2022) Contextualizing English for Academic Purposes in Higher Education: Politics, Policies and Practices. Bloomsbury.
Ding, A; Bond, B & Bruce, I. (2022) ‘Clearly you have nothing better to do with your time than this’: A critical historical exploration of practitioners’ discussions on the BALEAP mailing list.’ Journal of English for Academic Purposes.
Evans, M; Bond, B.; Ding, A. (eds) (2021) BALEAP Conference Proceedings: Innovation, Exploration and Transformation. Garnet
Bond, B. (2020) Making Language Visible in the University: English for Academic Purposes and Internationalisation. Bristol: Multilingual Matters.
Bond, B. (2019). International students: language, culture and the ‘performance of identity’. Teaching in Higher Education.
Bond, B. (2018). Understanding the intersection of language, disciplinary knowledge communication and Identity. Project Report. Leeds: Leeds Institutte for Teaching Excellence
Bond, B. (2018). The Long Read: Inclusive teaching and learning for international students. Leeds: Leeds Institute for Teaching Excellence.
Bond, B. (2017) 'The E(A)P of Spelling: Using Exploratory Practice to (re)engage teachers and students' in Kemp, J. (ed) (2017). BALEAP Conference Proceedings.Garnet Education
Bond, B. (2017) ‘Co-constructing the curriculum through Exploratory Practice’ The Language Scholar; the University of Leeds<h4>Research projects</h4> <p>Any research projects I'm currently working on will be listed below. Our list of all <a href="https://ahc.leeds.ac.uk/dir/research-projects">research projects</a> allows you to view and search the full list of projects in the faculty.</p>
- Senior Fellow HEA
- Senior Fellow BALEAP
- MA Language Teaching
I teach English for Academic Purposes, primarily to taught post-graduate students. I developed the current pre-sessional curriculum for both the year-round programme and the summer content-based strands. I now work in partnership with Schools across the University to further embed English for Academic Purposes provision into their taught post-graduate curriculum and to support consideration of a more international and inclusive approach to education. I am co-programme lead for the MA in Teaching English for Academic Purposes with Dr Alex Ding. I also teach modules on Intercultural Communication.
Research groups and institutes
- Language Centre
- Language pedagogy