If you are interested in hosting the BAAL annual conference, please submit a detailed host bid addressing all the points in the check-
Please send your host bid to the Meetings Secretary, Alex Ho-
Taking stock of Applied Linguistics – Where are we now?
S. Pit Corder Lecture:
At the time of the Annual Meeting of BAAL in 2016 we will be one and a half decades into the new millennium. The new millennium brought many trends and changes in applied linguistics, for example the increasing use of interdisciplinary approaches in the field, interest in corpus-
Aston University, Birmingham
BAAL 2015 will be held at Aston University in the heart of Birmingham. It is organised by CfL (Centre for Forensic Linguistics), CLERA (Centre for Language Education Research at Aston) and InterLanD (Interdisciplinary Research into Language and Diversity) and hosted by the School of Languages and Social Sciences.
Aston is ideally situated for all the Second City has to offer in culture, shopping and entertainment. You can listen to world-
Professor Adrian Blackledge, University of Birmingham, UK
Professor Angela Creese, University of Birmingham, Uk
Professor Penelope Eckert, Stanford University, USA
Professor Rick Iedema, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia
Dr Fiona Copland (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Dr Erika Darics (email@example.com)
Professor Tim Grant (firstname.lastname@example.org)
University of Warwick, Coventry
This year's conference is organised by the Centre for Applied Linguistics at the University of Warwick. Warwick is a modern campus university that is currently rated as 3rd in the world in the Quacquarelli Symonds ranking of the top 50 universities under 50 years old. Set in a leafy, self-
Suresh Canagarajah, Pennsylvania State University, USA
Michael Haugh, Griffith University, Australia
Dr Jo Angouri (J.Angouri@warwick.ac.uk)
Ms Tilly Harrison (Tilly.Harrison@warwick.ac.uk)
Dr Stephanie Schnurr (S.Schnurr@warwick.ac.uk)
Dr Sue Wharton. (Sue.Wharton@warwick.ac.uk
An archive of previous BAAL conferences is available in the Conference Archive.