Conference Theme: Applied linguistics in the Asia-Pacific region
The theme we’ve chosen for the conference is designed to celebrate our special place in the world. The conference will provide an opportunity to learn about applied linguistic research in contexts we are familiar with, and in new contexts. It will be a time to think and talk about the connections in applied linguistics and between applied linguists in the Asia-Pacific region. We look forward to welcoming you to Wellington/Te Whanga-nui-a-Tara, and together developing common narratives for applied linguistics across borders.
Call for Papers has now closed
We are planning ...
Papers: a traditional 25-minute conference presentation followed by 5 minutes for discussion
Posters: ideal for those who don’t want to present to an audience
Colloquia: a 100-minute slot for 3 – 5 speakers on a coherent theme
We will be offering ...
research-based presentations in the many areas that make up the field of applied linguistics, including (but not necessarily restricted to):
The Call for Papers has now closed, and the review process has begun.
We aim to have review results sent out by mid-May, to allow plenty of time for Early Bird registrations.
We realise, however, that as travel restrictions ease - and we hope they continue to do so! - conference participation might become more possible. We will, therefore, consider late abstracts if we receive prior notice.