The 2023 ALANZ Symposium (Applied linguistics: Looking forward and looking backward) is taking place on Saturday, 25 November 2023 at the University of Auckland.
The call for papers is now open at: http://bit.ly/3YBW5uJ.
Abstract submission due date: Monday 17 July 2023.
Conference registration is now open, with early bird registration extending until 30 June 2023.
In addition to the conference, we are also hosting the Wellington Vocabulary Research Summer School 2023 on the days of 11 and 12 December 2023. The Vocabulary Research Summer School is a separate registration and is open to all conference delegates interested in attending. The summer school is in-person only.
Conference website: www.alanz2021.co.nz
The Conference theme: Applied linguistics in the Asia-Pacific region.
Diverse approaches in Applied Linguistics: Exploring perspectives, building connections
Conference Theme: Teaching to the Times
ALANZ 2020 Symposium Programme – Download programme pdf
ALANZ 2020 Symposium Abstracts – Download Abstracts pdf
The event will take the form of a small and relatively informal online conference and marks the 30th anniversary of the LTRC and the 10th anniversary of ALTAANZ.
Although Applied Linguistics and Language teaching are distinct, they are also interrelated with each informing the other in terms of research and pedagogy. Therefore, the theme of the conference “Applied Linguistics and Language teaching: Making connections” provides an opportunity for discussion about how links can be made between the two areas within Australia and internationally.
Join researchers, language professionals, and interested community members in the 2019 biannual combined Applied Linguistics Association of Australia and the Applied Linguistic Association of New Zealand conference to be held at Curtin University in Perth, Australia.
The landscape of English language teaching is constantly changing and as teachers contemplate new cohorts of learners, they face this question: Is business as usual enough? In today’s settings there are new technologies to incorporate into learning and teaching, different teaching spaces becoming available, a need to balance fostering learner autonomy with the pastoral care of students, as well as ensuring that our teaching is relevant to the world our students face. We would like to adopt a collegial approach to this question and so invite abstracts from members and non-members of ALANZ and in particular from new and emerging researchers.