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 areas of inquiry, theoretical approaches, and methodological tools in language learning which are underrepresented. The special … Continue reading Language Learning is inviting proposals for a 2021 special issue from interested guest editors
Deadline: May 6th, 2019 AILA2020 will take place from August 9-14 in 2020 in Groningen, the Netherlands. As conference organizers, we aim to bring together the diverse branches of Applied Linguistics. Our ambition is to accept as many quality papers as possible so that our colleagues from all over the world can attend. The AILA2020 … Continue reading AILA 2020 – Call for symposia proposals
EuroSLA30 next year will be 1-4th July 2020 in Barcelona, as agreed at the last AGM. We look forward to enjoying the splendid surroundings of Barcelona’s historic city-centre university setting next year, but note the earlier date at the beginning of July. We have had EuroSLA conferences in July before, but not recently, so please … Continue reading SAVE THE DATE for EuroSLA30 – July 1-4th, 2020 in Barcelona!
A Postdoctoral Researcher position using EEG/ERP in Heritage Language Bilingualism is available in the Department of Language and Culture at the University of Tromsø – The Arctic University of Norway. The position is affiliated with the LAVA research group (Language Acquisition, Variation & Attrition) and is connected to a large research project HeLPiNG (Heritage-Bilingual Linguistic … Continue reading Deadline approaching (April 15th) for Post Doctoral Researcher: EEG/ERP and bilingualism
Call for Chapters: Handbook of Research on Cultivating Literacy in Diverse and Multilingual Classrooms
Editors Editors Georgios Neokleous, Norwegian University of Science and Technology – Trondheim, Norway Anna Krulatz, Norwegian University of Science and Technology – Trondheim, Norway Raichle Farrelly, St Michael’s College – Colchester, VT, USA Editorial Advisory Board Ion Drew, Professor, University of Stavanger – Stavanger, Norway Patsy Egan, LESSLA President, ATLAS Program Director, Hamline University – … Continue reading Call for Chapters: Handbook of Research on Cultivating Literacy in Diverse and Multilingual Classrooms
Capturing and Quantifying Individual Differences in Bilingualism, Tromsø, September 2-3 2019 – 2nd Call for Papers
We are writing this to all of you interested in bilingualism, and particularly in the exciting topic of measuring and characterizing individual differences. Conveniently placed, both in time and in space, between EuroSLA (Lund, August 28-31) and AMLaP (Moscow, September 5-7), the workshop Capturing and Quantifying Individual Differences in Bilingualism will take place in Tromsø, Norway, on … Continue reading Capturing and Quantifying Individual Differences in Bilingualism, Tromsø, September 2-3 2019 – 2nd Call for Papers
The editorial board of JESLA is very pleased to announce that Aarnes Gudmestad has joined JESLA’s editorial team as associate editor.
AILA2020 will take place from August 9-14 in 2020 in Groningen, the Netherlands. As conference organizers, we aim to bring together a multitude of branches of Applied Linguistics and our ambition is to accept as many quality papers as possible so that our colleagues from all over the world can attend. The challenge with such a huge … Continue reading AILA – World Congress of Applied Linguistics, Aug 9-14, 2020, Groningen, The Netherlands
The ESRC Centre for Corpus Approaches to Social Science (CASS), Lancaster University is organising a free half-day workshop on corpus-based approaches to language testing. The event offers a combination of two lectures and a practical session. The practical session focuses on major corpus techniques used in language assessment research and practice. The workshop is suitable … Continue reading Corpus-Based Approaches to Language Testing, Lancaster University, 7th March
Theme: “Broadening the Horizons of Applied Linguistics” 29-31 August 2019 Manchester Metropolitan University, England, UK BAAL 2019 will be held at Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester, UK. Our theme- Broadening the Horizons of Applied Linguistics – takes as its premise that applied linguistics underpins a vast range of disciplines, and we intend the 2019 meeting to … Continue reading 52ND ANNUAL MEETING OF THE BRITISH ASSOCIATION FOR APPLIED LINGUISTICS – 2nd Call for Papers