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Full Title: AILA Europe Junior Researcher Conference

Location: Dublin, Ireland
Start Date: 18-Jun-2013 - 20-Jun-2013
Contact: Lorna Carson
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Meeting URL: http://www.tcd.ie/slscs/JRM2013
Meeting Description: AILA-Europe/IRAAL announce the 5th Junior Researcher Meeting in Applied Linguistics 18 - 20 June 2013, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland, on the theme of Multilingualism in Education. The 2013 Junior Researcher Meeting will focus on multilingualism and plurilingualism in educational contexts.

The Junior Researcher Meeting allows early career applied linguists to present their research and network in an interactive and informal international environment. ‘Junior Researchers’ include those working on Master’s and Ph.D. dissertations, as well as those who have graduated within the last three years.

A pre-conference seminar and workshop will be held on 17 June 2013, all JRM participants are warmly invited.

Conference Venue:

Trinity College Dublin is one of the great universities of the world, situated on a beautiful historical campus in the centre of Dublin. The Junior Researcher Meeting will be held in the Long Room Hub, Trinity College’s arts and humanities research institute. The research institute takes its name from the iconic eighteenth-century Library at Trinity College. Dublin is an easily accessible city, with a wide range of accommodation options. The JRM organising committee looks forward to extending Ireland’s one hundred thousand welcomes - céad míle fáilte - to you!

JRM 2013 Convenor: Dr Lorna Carson
Co-Convenor: Emma Riordan

Hosted by the Irish Association for Applied Linguistics and the School of Linguistic, Speech and Communication Sciences, Trinity College Dublin

Linguistic Subfield: Applied Linguistics; Sociolinguistics
LL Issue: 23.3074

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