- Dr. Harald Clahsen
(University of Essex)
"Morphological structure in
native and non-native language comprehension"
Alan Firth (Newcastle University)
"The public and private
lives of additional language competence: Implications for a
- Dr. Carmen Muñoz
(Universitat de Barcelona)
context matters: Age effects on second language learning"
- Dr. Richard Schmidt
(University of Hawai'i at Mānoa)
hypothesis' twenty years out"
"Comparing child L2 and
SLI: Crosslinguistic perspectives"
(Organized by Dr.
Theres Grüter, Stanford University)
"Language learning in
and out of the classroom: Connecting contexts of language use with
learning and teaching practices"
by Dr. Christina Higgins
, University of Hawai'i
Selected peer-reviewed papers
will be published through Cascadilla Proceedings Project. We invite
manuscripts from any conference session, including poster sessions.
Guidelines for proceedings manuscript can be downloaded [here].
All manuscripts must be submitted by the February 1st, 2009 deadline.
Publisher's Session [Sat, Oct 18th, 1:00-2:00pm,
learning how to get published in applied linguistics journals? Join us
for an open discussion with editors of journals including Applied
Linguistics, Journal of Second Language Writing, Language Learning, and
Reading in a Foreign Language as they discuss submission and editorial
guidelines, acceptance rates, what reviewers look for, and the ins and
outs of the publication process. Please bring your questions! Time will
also be provided to talk with editors individually.
CA of L2 Talk Workshop [Sun, Oct 19th, 12:15-1:30,
workshop brings together CA researchers (and those interested in CA)
for a hands-on data session and discussion focusing on conversation
analytic approaches to second language use and second language learning
as social practice. Data and transcripts will be provided. We will have a sign-up sheet at the registration desk
on the first day of the conference. Seats are limited, so please make
sure you sign up early!
Papers and Posters:
Check out the great line-up of
paper and poster presentations. Click here to see the schedule grid and presentation
titles. For paper and poster
summaries, see below links.
Paper summaries: click here
- Poster summaries (Saturday): click here
- Poster summaries (Sunday): click here
- October 7th,
2008: Shuttle service information is updated.
See the transportation page.
- October 1st, 2008: Proceedings, CA workshop, and publisher session is
- June 26th, 2008: Check out the schedule
grid for presenters and
Second Language Research Forum (SLRF) is a prestigious and
internationally renowned conference which brings together researchers
in second language (L2) research from all over the world. It is the
premier conference on L2 research in North America providing a venue
for established scholars and graduate students to present work on a
wide variety of theoretical and empirical issues.
Links to future conferences:
- AAAL 2009: March
21-24th, 2009 at Denver, Colorado. Call
for papers: here
Language Processing and Parsing: State of the Science: May 21-24th,
2009 at Texas Tech University. Call for papers: here