Welcome to EuroSLA

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

Very proud to announce that we have submitted many many beautiful abstracts for @EuroSLA! It’s been blood and sweat for our first time submitters but they made it 🎉

Just submitted our abstract with @Pekka_Lintunen for @EuroSLA 31. Really hoping to get to travel to Fribourg in August! Would be my first trip abroad since January 2020. #EuroSLA31 #FlowLangGroup

👉EuroSLA Workshop Grants 2022👈

Are you organizing a small event in the area of L2 research in 2022? EuroSLA provides limited financial assistance to support it! The deadline for submission is 31st January 2022. Further information on EuroSLA website: http://www.eurosla.org/eurosla-workshop-grants-programme/

👉EuroSLA members: nominate the next EuroSLA Distinguished Scholar!👈

📢Nominations by 15 February 2022

http://www.eurosla.org/eurosla-distinguished-scholar-award-nominations-by-15-february-2022/

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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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