Continuing the tradition of the EuroSLA Yearbook Prize, we are delighted to announce that there will be an award for the best paper submitted to the new Journal of the European Second Language Association (JESLA). The prize consists of a EuroSLA conference fee and dinner waiver (which can be redeemed against one conference in the following 2 years) + a framed certificate presented at the AGM.  ​

The previous recipients of this prize (formerly the EuroSLA Yearbook Prize) include:

2013: Norbert Vanek (‘Event linearization in advanced L2 user discourse: Evidence for language-specificity in the discourse of Czech and Hungarian learners of English’)

2014: Magali Paquot (‘Cross-linguistic influence and formulaic language: recurrent word sequences in French learner writing’)

2015: Bastien de Clercq (‘The development of lexical complexity in second language acquisition’)

2016: Yoshiyuki Nakata (‘Promoting self-regulation through collaborative work: Insights from a multiple case study of foreign language learners’)

The deadline for submitting a paper for the first JESLA issue is 6 January 2017. Please refer to the Authors’ Guidelines for more information.