Aintzane Doiz is Associate Professor at the Department of English and German Studies and Translation and Interpretation at the University of the Basque Country UPV/EHU (Spain). She received her PhD in Linguistics in 1995 at UCSD (University of California, San Diego). Her latest research includes EMI, multilingualism at pre-university and university levels, and attitudes and motivation in the acquisition of an L3 in CLIL. Together with David Lasagabaster and Juan Sierra, she has edited several books in Multilingual Matters, John Benjamins and Peter Lang. Her research interests also include cognitive semantics, contrastive linguistics and applied linguistics. She lectures on semantic analysis and the didactics of language at the MA programme Language Acquisition in Multilingual Settings (UPV/EHU). She was the director of International Mobility and Cooperation at the UPV/EHU from 2005 to 2008.
Semantics, cognitive linguistics, second language acquisition, contrastive linguistics.
Aintzane Doiz, David Lasagabaster. (2017) Management teams and teaching staff: Do they share the same beliefs about obligatory CLIL programmes and the use of the L1?. Language and Education 31:93-109. Abstract
David Lasagabaster, Aintzane Doiz. (2016) CLIL students’ perceptions of their language learning process: Delving into self-perceived improvement and instructional preferences. Language Awareness 25:110-126. Abstract
Aintzane Doiz. Internationalisation and multilingualism at bilingual universities:
The University of the Basque Country. 10th International Conference Awareness Matters. Language Culture Literacy Universität Kassel. Germany. 2010
Aintzane Doiz, David Lasagabaster. Teachers’ beliefs about translanguaging practices. Translanguaging in higher education: Beyond monolingual ideologies Ed.: Catherine M. Mazak & Kevin S. Carroll. Pub.: Multilingual Matters. Pags:157-176. (2017) Abstract
Aintzane Doiz, David Lasagabaster. The motivational self system in English-medium instruction at university. CLIL experiences in secondary and tertiary education: In search of good practices Ed.: Aintzane Doiz and David Lasagabaster. Pub.: Peter Lang. Pags:127-159. (2016)
Enric Llurda, Aintzane Doiz, Juan Manuel Sierra Plo. Students’ representations of multilingualism and internationalization at two bilingual universities in Spain. Transcultural interaction and linguistic diversity in Higher Education Ed.: Anne H. Fabricius and Bent Preisler. Pub.: Palgrave Macmillan. Pags:92-115. (2015)
Aintzane Doiz. The Spanish Preterite and Imperfect from a Cognitive Point of View. Research design and methodology in studies on L2 tense and aspect Ed.: Rafael Salaberry, Llorenç Comajoan. Pub.: De Gruyter Mouton. Pags:57-88. (2011)
Aintzane Doiz, David Lasagabaster. Maturational constraints on foreign-language written production. Age and the acquisition of English as a foreign language Ed.: María del Pilar García Mayo; María Luisa García Lecumberri. Pub.: Multilingual Matters. Pags:136-160. (2003) Abstract || PDF
Aintzane Doiz. The preterite and the imperfect as grounding predications. Grounding: The epistemic footing of deixis and reference Ed.: Frand Brisard. Pub.: Mouton de Gruyter. Pags:299-348. (2002) Abstract || PDF
Aintzane Doiz. La evolución diacrónica de la categoría de la modalidad deóntica en euskara. Estudios de lingüística cognitiva Ed.: José Luis Cifuentes Honrubia. Pub.: Universidad de Alicante. Pags:559-573. (1998) Abstract