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ELIA: Estudios de Lingüística Inglesa Aplicada

Call Deadline: 30-Jun-2014

Call Information:
Those interested in submitting a paper for publication in ELIA must send the full manuscript to the below address. Proposals related to any field within applied (English/Hispanic) linguistics will be given consideration, particularly those related to the teaching, learning/acquisition, and interactive uses of English (either independently or in contact with Spanish or some other language). All submissions will be reviewed anonymously by members of the editorial board as well as external referees. Papers submitted for publication -only one per author- may be written in English or Spanish and must follow ELIA's Guidelines for publication (see below). Submission of a paper implies that it has not been published elsewhere in the submitted form. A brief cover letter (including institutional affiliation and present position) along with the full manuscript should be submitted in a Word document and sent by email as an attachment to either of the following addresses: rchacon@flog.uned.es

The contents published in previous volumes are available on the University of Seville website for journals (http://www.publius.us.es/elia)

ELIA guidelines for publication (English)
http://institucional.us.es/revistas/elia/guidelines.pdf

ELIA guidelines for publication (Spanish)
http://institucional.us.es/revistas/elia/normas.pdf

The contents published in previous volumes are available on the University of Seville website for journals (http://www.publius.us.es/elia)

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