Welcome to EuroSLA

EUROSLA 30 will take place virtually, June 30th to July 3rd 2021

The European Second Language Association (EuroSLA) is a society for people with a research interest in second languages.

Roz Mitchell (Southampton) and Florence Myles (Essex), EuroSLA president 2001-2015
Ros Mitchell (Southampton) and Florence Myles (Essex), EuroSLA president 2011-2015

We run an annual conference and publish the work of our members in the Journal of the European Second Language Association, JESLA.

We also provide financial support for workshop events organised within Europe by association members in the field of Second Language research, and edit a series of Open Access volumes in the field of Second Language research.

EuroSLA president Danijela Trenkic with the president of the Japanese sister organisation J-SLA, Shigenori Wakabayashi
EuroSLA president Danijela Trenkic with the president of the Japanese sister organisation J-SLA, Shigenori Wakabayashi

Suzuki & Hanzawa (2021): Video Summary from the colloquium on practice & automatization at #EuroSLA30 (@EuroSLA).

❤️❤️❤️JESLA's on the roll again! Two new papers ❤️❤️❤️

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Mikawa & @Nivjadj (2021). Language neutrality of the LLAMA test explored: The case of agglutinative languages and multiple writing systems. JESLA, 5(1), 87–100. DOI: https://doi.org/10.22599/jesla.71

Permanent Assistant Professor in Applied Linguistics,
University of Nottingham

https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/jobs/currentvacancies/ref/ARTS243221

The 3 TV football experts on the Blick TV sofa yesterday used Schriftdeutsch when speaking to the German expert and Swiss-German to each other but Swiss-German took over as excitement mounted. A fascinating TV channel to watch for a fairly unique type of diglossia.

#eurosla30 has been very enjoyable! Great reminder of how invigorating conferences can be! Enjoyed the Q&As and learned a lot! Glad to have presented our work on instructed #SLA and #replication in @YSuzuki_SLAer and Emma Marsden’s colloquium! More next year!

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EuroSLA has grown from small beginnings to become a large international group of scholars. We welcome new members whatever your nationality, your geographical location or your theoretical and methodological preferences. Our conferences take place in Europe, but the EuroSLA network extends throughout the world.

 

 

 

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