applied linguistics

2nd International e-Conference on Translation, Mediation and Accessibility for Linguistic Minorities

In an increasingly globalised world, monolingual societies are becoming extremely rare, as states, mainly in urban areas (Meylaerts and González Núñez 2017, 5–6), present a growing linguistic diversity both in northern and southern countries (United Nations 2017, 1). Alongside autochthonous linguistic minorities, which shift between the loss of native speakers and language revalorisation or revitalisation processes, an increasing number of foreign-speaking minorities coexist who have their origin in migrations, forced migrations and refugee processes.

Seventh International Workshop on Controlled Natural Language (CNL 2020)

This workshop on Controlled Natural Language (CNL) has a broad scope and embraces all approaches that are based on natural language and apply restrictions on vocabulary, grammar, and/or semantics. This includes (but is certainly not limited to) approaches that have been called simplified language, plain language, formalized language, processable language, fragments of language, phraseologies, conceptual authoring, language generation, and guided natural language interfaces.

The International Conference on English Language Teaching and Applied Linguistics

The Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences (HUSOC), Buriram Rajabhat University and the Language Institute of Thammasat University (LITU) are delighted to present the International Conference on English Language Teaching and Applied Linguistics held at Chang Arena Stadium, Buriram between July 17 and 18, 2020. The theme of the conference is “Language and Pedagogy Research for ELT: From Theory to Practice”.

The Applied Linguistics Conference 2019

Although Applied Linguistics and Language teaching are distinct, they are also interrelated with each informing the other in terms of research and pedagogy.  Therefore, the theme of the conference “Applied Linguistics and Language teaching:  Making connections” provides an opportunity for discussion about how links can be made between the two areas within Australia and internationally.

2018 Applied Linguistics Association of Australia (ALAA) Conference

Engaging Diversity: Creating Connections and building Knowledge’

Abstract submissions in the following strands are most welcome.

​​they are:

  • Language maintenance

  • Language for Specific Purposes

  • Language planning and policy

  • Language testing and assessment

  • Literacy skills

  • Pragmatics and rhetorics

  • Research methodology in applied linguistics

  • Second and additional language acquisition