Seminars  

Call for BAAL/Cambridge University Press Seminars 2021-22

As part of its commitment to research in Applied Linguistics, the British Association for Applied Linguistics (BAAL) is pleased to announce that financial support from BAAL and Cambridge University Press will be available for seminars in the 2021-22 academic year.  BAAL invites proposals on any topic within Applied Linguistics, to be submitted by 24 September 2021 (Friday) to the BAAL Seminars Coordinator, Vander Viana (vander.viana@uea.ac.uk).  We welcome applications from BAAL members at any career stage, with a diversity of backgrounds, and from a range of institutions.

Call for seminars

Sample financial plan

For any inquiries on this initiative, please contact the BAAL Seminar Coordinator Vander Viana.

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BAAL/Cambridge University Press Seminars 2020-21

We are pleased to announce that three applications have been successful in the 2020-21 round of BAAL/Cambridge University Press Seminars.

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Corpora in applied linguistics: Broadening the agenda

Dr Robbie Love, Dr Gavin Brookes, Dr Niall Curry Aston University 15-16 April 2021 Website
Research synthesis in applied linguistics: Facilitating research-pedagogy dialogue Dr. Sin Wang Chong Queen’s University Belfast 10-11 June 2021

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Language, literacies and learning in the disciplines: A higher education perspective Dr. Doris Dippold, Dr. Marion Heron & Dr. Karen Gravett University of Surrey 08-09 July 2021

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Previous seminars

For information about previous seminars run by BAAL in conjunction with Cambridge University Press, please visit this page.

British Association for Applied Linguistics (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 around 1000 members. 

To read more about what applied linguistics is and does, click here.