AILA Review is a refereed publication of the Association Internationale de Linguistique Appliquée, an international federation of national associations for applied linguistics. All volumes are guest edited.
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Edited by Luiz Paulo Moita-Lopes and Mike Baynham
2017. xiii, 188 pp.
Reflexivity in Late Modernity: Accounts from linguistic ethnographies of youth. AILA Review, Volume 29
Edited by Miguel Pérez-Milans
2016. iii, 213 pp.
Theory in Applied Linguistics Research: Critical approaches to production, performance and participation. AILA Review, Volume 28
Edited by Theresa Lillis
2015. iii, 150 pp.
Research methods and approaches in Applied Linguistics: Looking back and moving forward. AILA Review, Volume 27
Edited by Rosa M. Manchón
2014. iii, 104 pp.
Edited by Karlfried Knapp
2013. iii, 99 pp.
Integrating Content and Language in Higher Education: Gaining Insights into English-Medium Instruction at European Universities. AILA Review, Volume 25
Edited by Ute Smit and Emma Dafouz
2012. iii, 103 pp.
Edited by Antje Wilton and Martin Stegu
2011. iii, 115 pp.
Edited by Jeannette Littlemore and Constanze Juchem-Grundmann
2010. 178 pp.
Edited by Lisa Lim and Ee-Ling Low
2009. iv, 130 pp.
Multilingualism and Minority Languages: Achievements and challenges in education. AILA Review, Volume 21
Edited by Jasone Cenoz and Durk Gorter
2009. 110 pp.
Linguistic inequality in scientific communication today: What can future applied linguistics do to mitigate disadvantages for non-anglophones?. AILA Review, Volume 20
Edited by Augusto Carli and Ulrich Ammon
2008. 137 pp.
Edited by Kathleen Bardovi-Harlig and Zoltán Dörnyei
2006. 132 pp.
Edited by Kanavillil Rajagopalan
2005. 100 pp.
Edited by Susan M. Gass and Sinfree Makoni
2004. 143 pp.
Edited by Sinfree Makoni and Ulrike H. Meinhof
2003. ii, 173 pp.
AILA Review invites AILA members from all national affiliate organisations to submit proposals for the future issues of AILA Review. AILA Review is edited by AILA (International Association of Applied Linguistics) and published by John Benjamins, Amsterdam. It appears once a year and is a thematically oriented, guest-edited volume of 100-120 pages. It is distributed to nearly 6,000 AILA members world-wide.
Although any AILA member can propose an issue on any topic related to Applied Linguistics, with an emphasis on cutting-edge research, AILA Review is especially meant as a forum for publications coming from AILA ReNs (Research Networks).
AILA Review is a peer-reviewed journal and all issues will not only be reviewed by the guest-editor(s), the editor and editorial board, but also by external referees. Evaluation criteria are, amongst others, the relevance of the suggested topic, a solid research orientation, innovative ideas and methodological quality.
Proposals should include the following information:
- the title of the proposed issue
- the purpose of the proposed issue and its relevance
- the table of contents
- 300-word abstracts of all papers included, along with author name(s) and affiliation(s)
- a time schedule (deadline for first drafts of the papers, deadline for revised drafts, date by which the manuscript will be handed to the General Editor of AILA Review)
- suggestions for reviewers
The guest editor(s) is/are required to ensure that all papers comply with the Guidelines for Contributors of AILA Review and that the papers are properly checked for formatting and language. Depending on the guest editor(s)' preference, each issue should contain 6-8 articles, which will normally each be of 10,000 (8 articles) to 15,000 words (6 articles) in length, including tables and figures. This sets AILA review apart from the usual length of articles of 8.000 words in other journals and allows for a more detailed discussion of the volumes' topics.
Deadline for proposals: September 30 of the year before publication.
Proposals should be sent by e-mail to the Editor.