Less commonly taught languages are the focus of the National Foreign Language Resource Center (NFLRC) at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa. Under a grant from the U.S. Department of Education, the NFLRC conducts research, develops and disseminates materials, and trains language professionals with the goal of improving foreign language instruction in the United States with a focus on less commonly taught languages of the Pacific Rim.
In this spirit, we invite submissions of materials for publication as NFLRC Monographs. Monographs discuss ongoing curriculum projects, report on the results of research related to second language learning, teaching, and testing, and also include extensive related bibliographies and edited collections on specific language acquisition topics.
Browse the current collection of NFLRC Monographs, Pragmatics & Language Learning, and Pragmatics & Interaction series.
Please download and read the guidelines before submitting a monograph proposal.
Please download and read the guidelines before submitting a proposal to either of our pragmatics series.
Upload your submission to the NFLRC Monograph, Pragmatics & Interaction, or Pragmatics & Language Learning series.