Programme Outline The European Second Language Association (EuroSLA) Workshop Grant Programme is intended to provide limited financial assistance to support workshop events organised within Europe by association members in the field of second language research. The aim of the funding is to facilitate small-scale events that would not otherwise happen, rather than to subsidise conferences … Continue reading EuroSLA Workshop Grants Programme – Call for applications
BAAL/Routledge Research Developmental Workshop 2017 University of York 4&5 December 2017 Bilingual First Language Acquisition (BFLA): Current theories & methodologies CALL open now, PhD bursaries are available. Abstract submission to firstname.lastname@example.org For all details please visit our website: baalyork2017workshop.wordpress.com
Special issue of ISLA – Stefano Rastelli & Kook-Hee Gil (Eds.) Instructed Second Language Acquisition invites papers that seek to address the link between second language teaching and Generative Linguistics for a special, guest edited issue. Recent research on first language acquisition suggests that what has long been held as the dichotomy between input-driven vs. … Continue reading Call for papers, Special Issue of ISLA: “SECOND LANGUAGE TEACHING AND GENERATIVE LINGUISTICS”
Programme Outline The European Second Language Association (EuroSLA) Workshop Grant Programme is intended to provide limited financial assistance to support workshop events organised within Europe by association members in the field of second language research. The aim of the funding is to facilitate small-scale events that would not otherwise happen, rather than to subsidise conferences … Continue reading Call for proposal for EuroSLA Workshop grants, deadline 31.10.2017
Dear Colleagues, Language Learning is inviting proposals for a 2019 special issue from interested guest editors. We seek proposals that address a theme or research methodology that will be of interest and relevance to the journal’s international readership of language learning scholars. We are especially interested in special issue themes that will highlight work in … Continue reading Language Learning: Call for Proposals, Special Issue 2019
We are delighted to announce the inaugural issue of the Journal of the European Second Language Association – see the Table of Contents below, indicating the rich range of topics in contemporary second language research carried out by current and previous members of EuroSLA. This first issue comprises eleven of the best papers originally presented … Continue reading JESLA 1 is out!
The first prize for best article in JESLA goes to Jean-Marc Dewaele and Livia Dewaele for their paper “The dynamic interactions in foreign language classroom anxiety and foreign language enjoyment of pupils aged 12 to 18. A pseudo-longitudinal investigation“. Well done both, we are very proud of you!
Dear all This is a gentle reminder that registration for the 27th conference of the European Second Language Association will close on 15th August. After this date registration will not be possible. The Eurosla conference programme is now available on the conference website (https://www.reading.ac.uk/celm-eurosla27/programme/). The conference will take place at the Whiteknights campus of the … Continue reading EuroSLA 27th: registration closes 15 August!
The first issue of JESLA (Journal of the European Second Language Association – the successor of the EuroSLA Yearbook) has been published: https://www.euroslajournal.org/1/volume/1/issue/1/ Please spread the news through your networks and social media. Tweeters, please use the hashtag #JESLA2017. It’s Open Access and full of good stuff! Thank you to everyone who … Continue reading JESLA 1:1
Dear Eurosla community, In order to continue to meet the goal of providing high-quality, open-access research in the field of SLA, Eurosla publishes a book series, Eurosla Studies, with Language Science Press (http://langsci-press.org//catalog/series/eurosla). We believe that it would be in the interest of the Series and of the Association to expand the team of collaborators … Continue reading Call for participation: Eurosla Studies