Approaches to Language: Peer-reviewed journal (UPDATE)
After the success of the Spring 2006 issue, Academic Exchange Quarterly (AEQ) seeks submissions for a second feature on Approaches to Language to be guest-edited by Prof. K. Sarah-Jane Murray (Baylor University). We invite articles written in English on all approaches to language (methods, pedagogy, linguistics, translation, ...). While we will continue to accept articles from all areas, we are particularly interested in increasing submissions in pedagogy (e.g., tried and true recipes for success in the classroom, theoretical and practical overviews of classroom activities, discussions of methodologies for language-learning today, etc.). Submissions are welcome in all areas of language teaching and research, from the Classics, to English, and foreign languages. We accept submissions from established and junior scholars, as well as promising graduate students.
AEQ is an international journal; all articles are submitted to a rigorous blind peer-review by at least two readers. AEQ is one of the fastest growing journals in the U.S.: the print copy has an audience of over 26 000 readers. Electronic access to the journal is also available in major academic libraries in the U.S. and abroad through Expanded Academic ASAP, Expanded Academic ASAP International and Infotrac OneFile. For further information, including the complete call for papers and directions for submitting a manuscript, see the following website: http://rapidintellect.com/AEQweb/4lang.htm
Regular Deadline: November 30, 2005 (all accepted articles will be published in the Spring 2006 edition. Extended Deadline: articles submitted in December will be reviewed on a rolling basis; accepted articles will be published in the Spring 2006 issue or a later issue.
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