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Tue May 15 2018

Calls: Computational Linguistics / CALICO (Jrnl)

Editor for this issue: Sarah Robinson <>

Date: 14-May-2018
From: Janet Joyce <>
Subject: Computational Linguistics / CALICO (Jrnl)
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Full Title: CALICO

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics

Call for proposals: CALICO Journal special issue

Dear CALL researchers,
We are inviting proposals for a special issue of the CALICO Journal to be published in September 2020 (37.3). With this call for proposals we are looking for (a) guest editor(s). If you are interested in becoming a guest editor, please submit a proposal that should include the following:
- name(s) and affiliation(s) of the guest editor(s)
- proposed topic of the special issue
- rationale for the topic (1 page maximum)
- production timeline (containing such dates as deadlines for CfPs, authors, reviewers, revisions); the complete set of manuscripts for the issue needs to be submitted to the CJ editors by 30 April 2020
- short CV of each guest editor (with particular emphasis on published research on the topic of the special issue and editing experience) (2 pages maximum per guest editor)
- draft Call for Papers for the special issue

All proposals will be evaluated by CJ's editorial board.
We invite initial expressions of interest and informal queries by May 15th. The submission deadline for formal proposals is May 31st, 2018, which should be sent to the editors Mathias Schulze and Bryan Smith at

The special issues of the CALICO Journal present original research on emerging discourses in CALL and on new developments in its sub-­‐areas. Recent special issues of the CALICO Journal were:
- CJ 36.1 (2019): Gleason & Suvorov: Moving forward with critical CALL to promote social inclusivity
- CJ 34.1 (2017): Sylvéen & Sundquist: CALL in extracurricular/extramural contexts
- CJ 33.1 (2016): Hegelheimer, Dursun, & Li: Automated writing evaluation in language teaching
- CJ 32.3 (2015): Hampel & Stickler: Qualitative and mixed-­‐methods approaches to research in CALL
- CJ 31.1 (2014): Thomas & Peterson: Web 2.0 and language learning

Best wishes,
Bryan and Mat

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