BAAL 2016 Conference

49th Annual meeting

1st-3rd September 2016

Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge

Theme:

Taking stock of Applied Linguistics – Where are we now?

Conference Organisers

Bettina Beinhoff


BAAL 2015 Conference

48th Annual meeting

3rd-5th September 2015

Aston University, Birmingham

Theme:

Breaking Theory:

New directions

in applied linguistics

Conference Organisers

Dr Fiona Copland

Dr Erika Darics

Professor Tim Grant


BAAL 2014 Conference

47th Annual Meeting:

4th-6th September 2014

University of Warwick, Coventry

Theme:

Learning, Working and Communicating in a Global Context

Conference Organisers:

Dr Jo Angouri,

Ms Tilly Harrison,

Dr Stephanie Schnurr,

Dr Sue Wharton.



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About BAAL

BAAL is a professional association based in the UK, which provides a forum for people interested in language and applied linguistics. We have an international professional membership of more than 800 members.


BAAL organises scientific meetings, and publishes a newsletter and conference proceedings. We also send representatives to national and international meetings of interest to our members.


BAAL is affiliated to AILA, the International Association of Applied Linguistics


BAAL is a registered charity (registered charity number 264800)


BAAL is not an accreditation body for any courses or organisations and neither its name, nor its acronym, nor its logo can be used in the publicity material of any other organisation without prior permission of the Executive Committee. In particular, its name should not be used to suggest that it has accredited the work of another organisation.


BAAL News No. 107/108

Click here for the latest available issue: BAAL News, Issue 107/108, 2016.

Bettina Beinhoff, Newsletter Editor

BAAL LLT SIG Conference

Creativity in Language Learning and Teaching Research

Friday 23 September 2016

The Open University, Milton Keynes

Invited Plenary Speakers

Prof Martyn Hammersley and Prof Teresa Cremin

Click here for details.

BAAL/CUP Seminar 26-27 May 2016

New plurilingual pathways for integration: Immigrants and language learning in the 21st Century

Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh

Click here for call for papers.

Nicola Bermingham & Gwennan Higham

BAAL Vocabulary Studies SIG 2016 Annual Conference - Call for Papers

Studying vocabulary: A multidisciplinary approach

Click here for details.

BAAL/CUP Seminar, 18-19 March 2016

The learning of foreign languages in primary schools in England: issues and challenges

University of Essex

This two-day event will initiate an in-depth dialogue between researchers from a range of disciplines and practitioners. The aim is to investigate and report on fundamental issues raised by the introduction in September 2014 of foreign languages as a compulsory part of the National Curriculum in primary schools in England.

Places are limited to 30 participants, including two free places for research students; for further details, please visit www.essex.ac.uk/langling/research/ladeli/events.aspx. To register, email ladeli@essex.ac.uk

BAAL Corpus SIG 2016 Meeting

Here, for BAAL Corpus Sig members, is advanced notice of the upcoming BAAL corpus SIG, to be held at Aston University, Birmingham on Friday May 6th 2016.

We also intend to hold the BAAL Corpus SIG quorum at this event, so it would be useful if as many members of the SIG as possible could attend!

If you would like to come, please send me an e-mail at g.plappert@aston.ac.uk in the first instance to confirm your interest.

Registration forms will then be sent out on a first-come-first served basis.

There are, of course, a limited number of places and the event will be publicised through all of the usual channels in the next few days, so please do contact me ASAP if are keen!

Dr. Garry Plappert

BAAL 2016 Conference - Call for Papers

49th Annual meeting, 1st-3rd September 2016, Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge

Taking stock of Applied Linguistics – Where are we now?

Call for Papers now published - click here

Language & New Media SIG: 2016 Workshop

Multimodality in Social Media and Digital Environments

Queen Mary University of London, 15 April, 2016

For details see SIG page

Intercultural Communication SIG: 7th annual seminar

Intercultural communication and social responsibility in a multilingual, globalized world

Date: 19 - 20 May 2016

Location: The Open University, 1-11 Hawley Crescent, Camden Town, London

For details see SIG page

LKALE SIG Spring Meeting

Applied linguists have plenty of practical knowledge about language and its role in the construction of knowledge that can be applied to educational settings.

 Come and join the new BAAL SIG exploring Linguistics and Knowledge About Language in Education (LKALE) for our spring meeting in Swansea on April 20th 2016.

We have two main perspectives at this meeting:

And the programme is set up to give plenty of time for discussion. Click here for more information: https://baallkale.wordpress.com/events/swansea-2016/

Registration will open shortly.

Fees: BAAL member: £45, Non members: £50

We look forward to welcoming you there

The LKALE committee (Esther Daborn, Urszula Clark, Vivienne Rogers, and Lise Fontaine)

Language in Africa SIG AGM

6 May 2016, University of East London.

Click here for details.

Goodith White, SIG Secretary

Annual conference of the BAAL Language Learning and Teaching SIG

Crossing Boundaries: Language Learning and Teaching Inside and Outside the Classroom

30th of June -1st of July 2016

Hosted by the Department of Linguistics and English Language,

Lancaster University

Click here for further details.

The conference organizers: Marije Michel, Jenefer Philp and Judit Kormos

BAAL TEA SIG 2016 Conference

BAAL TEA SIG is holding a one-day conference on Friday 11 March 2016, 10:00 - 16:45 at University of Reading, UK, on the theme of Assessment for learning and assessment of learning: Incommensurate paradigms or complementary perspectives?

Click here for details.

BAAL Book Prize: 2015 Winner

The winner of this year’s BAAL Book Prize is:

Congratulations also to the shortlisted works:

Bernadette O’Rourke, Publications Secretary

2014 Conference Proceedings Published

The proceedings of the 47th Annual Meeting of BAAL, Learning, Working and Communicating in a Global Context, held at the University of Warwick, are available on the conference proceedings page.

BAAL News Book Reviews

A current list of books available for review in BAAL News is available on application. If you are interested in reviewing books for BAAL News then please contact me, Chris Hall, at C.Hall@yorksj.ac.uk

Dr Christopher J Hall FHEA, Reviews Editor BAAL News

Christopher Brumfit International Scholarship

The Christopher Brumfit International Scholarship provides an award for an Applied Linguist from outside Britain to attend the BAAL Annual Meeting. Click here to find out how to support the scholarship.

Postgraduate Group on Facebook

The BAAL Postgraduate group is on Facebook. Why not pay a visit to the page? Click here to find out more.


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