Submissions in all areas and approaches to the study of second, foreign, or additional languages, bilingualism and multilingualism are welcome.
The academic program will include presentations by four invited keynote speakers:
Doctoral Workshop and Roundtable
The conference will also offer a doctoral student workshop and a Roundtable.
Types of Presentations
1) Individual papers
Length of presentation: 20 minutes followed by 5 minutes for Q&A.
2) Posters: A0, portrait or landscape.
3) Papers at the doctoral student workshop
Length of presentation: 15 minutes of talk by the doctoral student, followed by 10 minutes for discussion.
The doctoral student workshop aims at fostering discussions of ongoing PhD research, as well as at obtaining feedback from senior researchers and other doctoral students. These workshops provide an opportunity for PhD students to present and discuss their work and explore future directions (25 minutes). Doctoral students whose abstracts are accepted are required to send their abstract, presentation, and a limited number of specific questions to the senior discussant ahead of the conference. The discussant will lead a 10-minute feedback/discussion session of the PhD work.
Abstract Submission Information
The submission of presentation proposals closes on 10 December 2023. We particularly encourage the submission of poster proposals given that the number of paper slots are limited. We believe that poster sessions are an excellent opportunity to discuss research with other delegates on a more informal basis.
The proposals for all presentations will be evaluated anonymously by at least three members of the EuroSLA 33 Scientific Committee. Evaluation criteria include:
Notification of acceptance will be communicated by end of February 2024.
Length of Abstracts
Individual papers, papers at the doctoral student workshop, or posters: max. 500 words.
The working language of the conference is English, but presentations are also welcome in other European languages.