CFP: Studies in Applied Linguistics (SALi) Issue 2 Vol. 9 2018

We are looking forward to submissions for issue 2, vol. 9 (2018).
Submissions should cover topics of applied linguistics and and related theoretical issues, such as current topics in cognitive linguistics, usage-based linguistics, and interactional approaches.

The journal Studies in Applied Linguistics (SALi, focuses on various topics of applied linguistics, interdisciplinary areas of linguistic research and related methodological issues.

SALi is an open-access journal with online content freely available to the readers under the CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 licence and is listed in CEEOL, CEJSH, EBSCO, and ERIH databases.

We particularly welcome papers focused on:
– first and second language acquisition (both corpus- and experimentally based)
– educational linguistics
– learner corpora
– discourse analysis, including corpus-assisted and multimodal analyses of institutional discourses and of spontaneous spoken interactions, communication on the internet etc.

Apart from original studies, SALi also publishes reviews of research publications and information about current events in the field, primarily in the Central European region. Occasionally, it also publishes interviews with remarkable researchers in (applied) linguistics. The contributions are in English, German, Czech or Slovak, and every contribution is accompanied by an English abstract, possibly also by a longer summary in another language.

SALi presumes that contributions offered for publication were not already published or offered for publication elsewhere.
The manuscript of the contribution has to include an abstract 1200-1500 characters in length and an alphabetical list of about 5 key words, both in English and in the language of the contribution.

Contributions should be submitted by e-mail to the address

When sending your contribution, please include your affiliation (or another contact address) and your e-mail.

Full instructions for contributors are available here:
Editorial board members:
Deadline for submissions to issue 2, vol. 9 (2018) is 31 May 2018.