Participate in the Arqus AL4ALL Forum on Applied Linguistic Methods!
Are you a PhD candidate or a young researcher at an Arqus university? Do you use Applied Linguistics methods in your research, or would you like to know more about it? Are you looking for an international forum to present your method and discuss it with peers? If so, we invite you to apply as a presenter for the “AL4ALL Applied Linguistics for All: a specialized forum on methods for language lovers and students of all disciplines“.
AL4ALL is one of the winning projects presented by Vilnius University and the University of Graz in the framework of the first Arqus Call for Student Co-Designed Projects launched this year. It seeks to provide a space for discussion, exchange of ideas and growth in all stages of education in PhD studies. In doing so, AL4ALL aims to catalyze the potential of applied linguistics and other methods in order to bridge the gap between different fields of research.
AL4ALL will provide an online video conferencing platform for PhD candidates and other young researchers from various disciplines who use applied linguistics methods.
10 seminars of 90 minutes each will be organised where the interested participants will not only present their methods to other peers, but also engage in fruitful discussions about these methods.
PhD students and young researchers from all disciplines who are using methods from applied linguistics in their research are welcome to participate in these seminars, both presenting their methods and discussing them with peers. Methods may include, but are not limited to:
qualitative and quantitative linguistic analysis,
(critical) discourse analysis,
conversation and interactional analysis,
interview, textual, content, narrative analysis,
literary criticism, etc.
Presenters will receive a certificate for delivering the seminar and attending all 10 seminars. We will do our best to make it possible for presenters to receive ECTS credits in accordance with the program of their home university. Information will be provided soon.
Applicants must be PhD candidates (at any year and level of education), or young researchers who have already defended their dissertation. Applicants are required to submit a motivational letter of 250 to 500 words excluding references. The motivational letter must contain an overview of the research project, an outline of the methodology and its use or intended use.
The deadline for the application is 22nd October 2023 through this online form.
The seminars will take place during the months of October, November, and December 2023. The seminars will be opened to registered listeners only and will not be recorded. Details about the registration process will be shared soon.
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