CALL FOR PAPERS Evidentiality and Modality: At the crossroads of grammar and lexicon 11-12 June 2020 University Paul Valéry – Montpellier 3 (at site St Charles) Keynote Speakers: Alexandra Aikhenvald, Bernd Heine, Jan Nuyts and Nicolas Tournadre. Dear Colleagues, We welcome proposals for talks or posters that will present data on the evidential or modal … Continue reading CALL FOR PAPERS Evidentiality and Modality: At the crossroads of grammar and lexicon 11-12 June 2020
A position as copy-editor for Language Learning is available, to start from early September 2019. (Some work may be available sooner). This role requires an exceptional eye for detail in written English language and the ability to address all formatting issues following APA 6th Edition. Also highly desirable are: • experience of publishing and/or … Continue reading Copy-editor needed for Language Learning
Hooray! The organizers have extended the Early Bird deadline to 29.6. Sign up here.
Reminder – Early Bird registration for EuroSLA Lund ends June 21st! Sign up here.
In the era of Brexit, the benefits for students going on a language-based Year Abroad is more valuable than ever to boost language and cultural skills, resilience and employability in a globalising world. Yet ensuring YA success creates challenges for students and staff particularly in the current climate of uncertainty over the future of modern language degrees, … Continue reading Year Abroad Conference 2019: Thinking Global (University of Leeds, 13th Sept 2019)
To all current EuroSLA members: Elections for officers and members of the Executive Committee will take place at the annual EuroSLA conference in Lund this year. Nominations are now open for the positions on the committee and will stay open until the day before the AGM in Lund (held on Friday 30 August 2019). … Continue reading EuroSLA committee nominations for 2019-21
We are very pleased to introduce OASIS, an online database of one-page summaries of peer-reviewed studies on language learning, language teaching, and multilingualism, written in non-technical language. Research findings often do not reach the people who could benefit from them, as journal articles can be hidden behind paywalls and are frequently written in highly technical … Continue reading Open Accessible Summaries In Language Studies (OASIS)
We are delighted to announce that the recipient of EUROSLA Distinguished Scholar Award for 2019 is Professor Marianne Gullberg. This distinction is bestowed on Marianne for her outstanding contribution to the field of second language research, from the pioneering work on speech-gesture integration in bilingual speakers, to facilitating the research of others as a dedicated … Continue reading Distinguished Scholar Award 2019: Marianne Gullberg
The organisers of EuroSLA 29 have informed us that the review process is finished and notifications have been sent out. They would like to remind you that you should confirm your participation as soon as possible through the link included in the email they sent to presenters whose paper has been accepted. If anyone should … Continue reading Please confirm attendance at EuroSLA29!
Please feel free to circulate round colleagues and students who may be interested. https://www.latl.leeds.ac.uk/workshop-language-analysis-to-inform-language-teaching/ This event brings together linguists and language teachers (i) to demonstrate the pedagogical benefits of language analysis (in the context of language teaching), (ii) to provide guidance for language teachers on how to “up their game” in language analysis, and (iii) … Continue reading INVITATION TO PEDAGOGICAL LINGUISTICS AT LEEDS EVENT: 5 JULY 2019