Junior Researcher LAB award (EUROSLA Doctoral Award)

Junior Researcher LAB award (EUROSLA Doctoral Award) Starting at the 2021 EUROSLA conference, Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism awards the Junior Researcher LAB award for the most promising PhD project selected for presentation in the doctoral workshop. The recipient of the Junior Researcher LAB award receives 300 Euros. The award is presented to junior researchers carrying … Continue reading Junior Researcher LAB award (EUROSLA Doctoral Award)

Language Learning / EuroSLA 30 Junior Researcher Grants

This is a special program for the exceptional times of EuroSLA 30. The program, which is addressed to junior researchers who are presenting their work at EuroSLA 30, will provide research support (500€) to nine researchers for costs related to current or new projects in the field of second language research. Applicants must be PhD … Continue reading Language Learning / EuroSLA 30 Junior Researcher Grants

EuroSLA 30 program online!

It is with great pleasure and enormous excitement that we would like to announce that the EuroSLA 30 conference program has been activated. https://eurosla30.dryfta.com/program-schedule

Conference: The Acquisition and Processing of Reference and Anaphora Resolution (APRAR 2021)

CONFERENCE WEBPAGE   THEME OF THE CONFERENCE Referring to entities is a fundamental aspect of languages since it allows to refer to things and people in the world. Speakers can opt for different referential expressions (e.g. overt and null pronouns, noun phrases, proper names, etc.) to indicate a particular entity in discourse and listeners have … Continue reading Conference: The Acquisition and Processing of Reference and Anaphora Resolution (APRAR 2021)

New article in JESLA

Fresh out in JESLA (and, as always, Open Access): Agebjörn, A. (2021). Swedish noun-phrase structure in Russian-speaking learners: An explorative study of L1 influence and input-frequency effects. Journal of the European Second Language Association, 5(1), 16–29. DOI: https://doi.org/10.22599/jesla.70

LASLAB Seminar on Children learning grammar in a foreign language context

Dear colleagues, We are delighted to announce our 17th international LASLAB Seminar: “Children learning grammar in a foreign language context: Interactive tasks and attention to form”. This international seminar will feature experts in the field of foreign language learning in primary school in different contexts (Asia, Europe and North and South America) who will present … Continue reading LASLAB Seminar on Children learning grammar in a foreign language context

New publication in JESLA

The following article has just been published in JESLA: Trenkic, D., & Hu, R. (2021). Teaching to the test: The effects of coaching on English-proficiency scores for university entry. Journal of the European Second Language Association, 5(1), 1–15. DOI: https://doi.org/10.22599/jesla.74