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// Submitting Abstracts for the Irish Association for Applied Linguistics //

Some of you may be interested in submitting an abstract to the annual conference of the Irish Association for Applied Linguistics hosted in November by University College Cork. The deadline for abstracts is this Friday, 19th April 24.

Here are further information regarding the conference:

Date: 15-Nov-2024 – 16-Nov-2024

Location: University College Cork, Cork, Ireland

Contact Person: Emma Riordan

Meeting Email:

Web Site:

Call Deadline: 19-Apr-2024

Meeting Description:

These information are regarding the annual conference of the Irish Association for Applied Linguistics. It is a bilingual conference and we accept papers representing a wide range of applied linguistic topics in both English and Irish. IRAAL connects language lecturers, language teachers, and researchers in linguistics, applied linguistics, and sociolinguistics with an active community keeping up with the latest language developments and offering lectures and seminars across Ireland. IRAAL’s history dates back to its foundation in 1975 to support research in applied and general linguistics in Ireland. IRAAL is affiliated with the International Association of Applied Linguistics (AILA) and pursues its aim of supporting research by organising seminars, lectures, conferences and workshops. Its publications include the annual bilingual, open-access online academic journal TEANGA as well as special volumes on specific topics. Membership is open to everyone with an interest in languages or linguistics.

Call for Papers: Abstracts (max. 250 words) are welcomed for conceptual and empirical presentations in any area of Applied Linguistics, broadly defined, including, but not confined to the following: Bilingualism Multilingualism Plurilingualism and/or Translanguaging Corpus Linguistics Language Policy and Language Planning Language Teaching, Learning & Assessment Historical Linguistics Language Acquisition (L1, L2 & additional languages) Translation Studies Interculturality (Critical) Discourse Analysis

Abstracts for presentations are welcomed in any of the following formats:

20-minute paper, with 5 minutes for questions and discussion
A thematic panel or round-table discussion to include 3-4 contributors
Poster presentation

Abstracts that specifically address the conference theme will be particularly welcome.

Irish-language presentations will also be particularly welcome, as will abstracts from postgraduate students and early career researchers.

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Submission deadline: Friday 19th April 2024. Queries should be directed to