Words into worlds: the significance of language in the great unravelling of biographical narratives of adult learningEvans, Rob
Looking back, looking forward. - Sussex : SCUTREA, S. 104-110, 2010; Kongress: SCUTREA; 40 (Coventry) : 2010.07.06-08
Rob Evans, born in London, teaches Academic English at the University of Magdeburg, Germany. He studied Russian in the Leeds and Tübingen, obtaining his first degree from the University of Leeds. After many years in adult, further and higher education, he gained an MA and Doctorate in Education. His main research interests include biography research methods, conversation analysis and discourses of learning. Recent publications include "Learning Discourse. Learning Biographies, Embedded Speech and Discourse Identity in Students' Talk" (2004), Peter Lang, and "L'entretien auto/biographique et les paroles" (2008), Pratiques de formations (Analyses), 55, Université Paris VIII.