The Society for the Advancement of Applied Linguistics in Bosnia and Herzegovina (SAALinBiH)

11th AILA-Europe Junior Researcher Meeting in Applied Linguistics

26-28 September 2019


THIRD CALL FOR PAPERS

Submission deadline extended to June 28, 2019 – with additional information for non-presenting participants!

Multiperspectivity in Applied Linguistics


The Society for the Advancement of Applied Linguistics in Bosnia and Herzegovina is pleased to announce the 11th AILA-Europe Junior Researcher Meeting in Applied Linguistics which will take place on 26-28 September 2019. We are delighted to invite early career applied linguists to Sarajevo to present and discuss their research findings, ongoing studies and projects in an interactive environment and exchange experience with other young scholars from all around Europe. Junior Researchers include those working on their Master's and PhD theses, as well as those who have graduated within the last three years. Presenters are free to choose between three different formats: 15-minute presentations, 5-minute speed-papers or poster-presentations.

The 11th Junior Researcher Meeting will focus on Multiperspectivity in Applied Linguistics.

We will welcome papers and posters in the following areas:

  • Language & Discrimination
  • Language & Nationalism
  • Language Policies in the Balkans
  • Language, Ideology & Power
  • Language & Media
  • Language & Migrations
  • Minority languages
  • Language research and dyslexia
  • Speech and language therapy for aphasic patients
  • Language processing & Treatment of post-stroke language disorders
  • Language(s) & Education
  • Language & Gender
  • Language acquisition & Language learning

Other topics are also accepted.

At the conference, each session will have designated senior researchers as commentators to foster questions and discussion. The programme will also include workshops on various aspects of an academic career in applied linguistics.

Invited Plenaries

  1. Dr. Piotr Cap, University of Lodz
    (Anti-)Immigration Discourses in the post-2015 Poland: A Proximization Theoretical Perspective
  2. Dr. Marianne Nikolov, University of Pécs
    Main Trends and Challenges in Assessing Young Learners of English and Other Foreign Languages
  3. Dr. Azirah Binti Hashim, University of Malaya
    English as a Lingua Franca in ASEAN: Implications for Applied Linguistics in South East Asia

Conference Venue

Faculty of Philosophy, University of Sarajevo

History Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina

Conference Languages: English, Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian/Montenegrin

Submission Guidelines

Abstracts within 200–250 words should be submitted here .

Abstracts will be evaluated according to the originality of the theme, clear methodology and theoretical framework, and scholarly contribution of the research.

Deadline for the Submission of Abstracts:    28 June 2019
Deadline for the Notification of Acceptance: 10 July 2019

Please clearly indicate whether you are submitting a proposal for a presentation, a speed paper, or a poster.

Presentations: Accepted papers will be divided into parallel sessions for oral paper presentations. Within each session, presenters will be provided with 20 minutes (15 minutes to present followed by a minimum of 5 minutes for discussion). Conference volunteers will be present at the parallel sessions to offer help and guidance with transferring presentations and any technology-related questions.

Speed papers: This format gives researchers an opportunity to present their work in an untraditional way. Researchers opting for this format are expected to engage in a five-minute speed presentation followed by 10 minutes for networking and discussion. The networking and discussion time is expressly intended to guarantee a dynamic approach.

Posters: The poster section provides an additional platform to present and discuss topics, projects and research findings (preliminary or otherwise) which are immediately relevant to the thematic scope of the conference. We encourage researchers attending with a poster to prioritize the visual benefits of the poster, thus downsizing the written presentation, in order to ensure discussion and interaction with fellow scholars. The poster format is the standard A0 (width:841 mm x height:1189mm)


Registration Fee:

    Regular

Non-Bosnian-Herzegovinian Citizens: 130 euros (EUR), or 260 Bosnian convertible marks (BAM) (bank transfer fees are to be paid by the participants or will be charged at the conference; on-site registration is an option)

Bosnian-Herzegovinian Citizens: 75 euros (EUR), or 150 Bosnian convertible marks (BAM) bank transfer fees are to be paid by the participants or will be charged at the conference; on-site registration is an option)

    Early bird

Non-Bosnian-Herzegovinian Citizens: 90 euros (EUR), or 180 Bosnian convertible marks (BAM) (bank transfer fees are to be paid by the participants or will be charged at the conference; on-site registration is an option)

Bosnian-Herzegovinian Citizens: 50 euros (EUR), or 100 Bosnian convertible marks (BAM) bank transfer fees are to be paid by the participants or will be charged at the conference; on-site registration is an option)

Deadline for Early Bird Registration: 26 August 2019


The fee covers organisational costs, conference pack, refreshments during coffee breaks, buffet lunch on 26 and 27 September, as well as tickets for the “Sarajevo under Siege“ exhibition in the History Museum of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and certificates of participation.

Additional Activities (not included in the registration fee - charged separately):
  1. Conference Dinner (location, price, date and time to be confirmed)
  2. Visit to the Sarajevo City Hall – Vijećnica (ticket price, date and time to be confirmed)
  3. Cable Car Ride to Trebević (ticket price, date and time to be confirmed)

Registration Fee for Non-Presenting Participants

    Regular

Non-Bosnian-Herzegovinian Citizens: 100 euros (EUR), or 200 Bosnian convertible marks (BAM) (bank transfer fees are to be paid by the participants or will be charged at the conference; on-site registration is an option)

Bosnian-Herzegovinian Citizens: 50 euros (EUR), or 100 Bosnian convertible marks (BAM) bank transfer fees are to be paid by the participants or will be charged at the conference; on-site registration is an option)

    Early bird

Non-Bosnian-Herzegovinian Citizens: 75 euros (EUR), or 150 Bosnian convertible marks (BAM) (bank transfer fees are to be paid by the participants or will be charged at the conference; on-site registration is an option)

Bosnian-Herzegovinian Citizens: 35 euros (EUR), or 70 Bosnian convertible marks (BAM) bank transfer fees are to be paid by the participants or will be charged at the conference; on-site registration is an option)

Deadline for Early Bird Registration: 26 August 2019


The fee covers organisational costs, conference pack, refreshments during coffee breaks, buffet lunch on 26 and 27 September, and certificates of attendance.

Additional Activities (not included in the registration fee - charged separately):
  1. Conference Dinner (location, price, date and time to be confirmed)
  2. Visit to the Sarajevo City Hall – Vijećnica (ticket price, date and time to be confirmed)
  3. Cable Car Ride to Trebević (ticket price, date and time to be confirmed)

For more information, please visit the Conference website https://jrmsarajevo.org and official Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/jrmsarajevo/ .

We are looking forward to welcoming you in Sarajevo!