Warwick Applied Linguistics is pleased to announce the 21st Warwick International Conference which will be held from Tuesday 26th to Thursday 28th June 2018.
This interdisciplinary conference is a successful tradition at Warwick Applied Linguistics which, every year, brings together many research students (Undergraduates, Masters and PhDs) from within and outside the UK, and who study on various degrees, such as Linguistics, Business, Psychology, Politics, etc.
Being a ‘conference by students for students’, we aim to provide a platform for undergraduate and postgraduate students to showcase their research and receive valuable feedback from other renowned scholars in the field. It is a great opportunity for participants to get in touch with leading scholars in the field and students from various disciplinary backgrounds.
This year, we welcome submissions in the following areas:
• Socio-Cultural Politics and Discourse
e.g. Gender Discourse, Refugees, Migration and Britain, International Development, Intercultural Politics, Brexit, etc.
• Teaching, Acquiring and Studying Languages
e.g. Language Use, Second Language Acquisition, Discourse Analysis, Third Culture Kids, Teaching English, etc.
• Inter- and Cross- Cultural Communication in the Organisational Context
e.g. Leadership, Workplace Culture, Multicultural teams, PR in different cultures, etc.
Abstracts, for either paper or poster presentations, should be no more than 2,100 characters in length and must be submitted via our online abstract submission form.
Submission of abstract until Monday 23 April 2018
Notification of acceptance: Monday 14 May 2018