JESLA, Volume 6 (2022): The best article prize

The prize for the best JESLA paper published in Volume 6 (2022) goes to Audrey Rousse-Malpat, Rasmus Steinkrauss, Martijn Wieling and Marjolijn Verspoor for their paper “Communicative language teaching: Structure-Based or Dynamic Usage-Based?” The prize will be presented at the 32nd EUROSLA conference in Birmingham. Congratulations to the authors!

JESLA special offer: publish in JESLA go to EUROSLA for free!

Special offer available between 1 July and 30 September 2023: JESLA is offering fee-waivers to one corresponding author of each accepted paper that is submitted to JESLA between 1 July and 9 October 2023 (https://www.euroslajournal.org/). Fee waivers will be valid for one EuroSLA conference place within two years of paper acceptance. Any queries about submission … Continue reading JESLA special offer: publish in JESLA go to EUROSLA for free!

New JESLA paper, March 2023

We are pleased to announce the latest JESLA paper: Roehr-Brackin, K., Loaiza, V., & Pavlekovic, R. (2023). Language learning aptitude in older adults. Journal of the European Second Language Association, 7(1), 1–15. DOI: https://doi.org/10.22599/jesla.93 JESLA (The Journal of the European Second Language Association) is open for submission all year round, and publishes all work as open … Continue reading New JESLA paper, March 2023

EuroSLA Early Career Webinar on Post-PhD Opportunities (Feb 24)

We are holding our next free social webinar for Early Career Researchers on February 24, 2022 at 1000-1130 UK time (click link to convert to your local time) on the topic of ‘What comes next after a PhD?‘ This will be a chance for ECRs (which includes, of course, post-grad students) to catch up with each other, … Continue reading EuroSLA Early Career Webinar on Post-PhD Opportunities (Feb 24)

Deadline extended for the JESLA special issue

Please check the extended deadlines below: To commemorate the legacy of Vivian Cook, founder of EuroSLA, we have launched a Special Issue Call for JESLA at our conference at Fribourg in August 2022. This Special Issue calls for an interdisciplinary range of papers that are grounded in a specific aspect of Vivian’s contributions to second … Continue reading Deadline extended for the JESLA special issue

New JESLA paper

Thomas, A., & Mitchell, R. (2022). Can variation in input explain variation in typical spoken target-language features during study abroad? Journal of the European Second Language Association, 6(1), 60–77. DOI: https://doi.org/10.22599/jesla.91