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University of Warwick

25th Warwick International Conference in Applied Linguistics

  • When? 27 June 2023
  • Where? Hybrid
  • Additional info:

    The conference is from 27th June till 29th June

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 This year’s Conference will be held in a hybrid mode (face-to-face and online), from 27 to 29 June 2023. We are expecting 150 participants in person and online. We encourage those interested in tuning in to our workshops, keynote presentations and student presentations to register before the early-bird registration deadline. For information about in person and online registration options, click here<>.

WICAL focuses on three key areas: Discourse Analysis, Language Teaching and Learning, and Intercultural Communication. The theme of this year is Our Words and Worlds. This year, we are delighted to be joined by four keynote speakers<>:

Paul Drew, Professor, Language and Linguistic Science, University of York – Applied Conversation Analysis: CA research into language and interaction in medicine

Adrian Holliday, Professor, Applied Linguistics & Intercultural Education, Canterbury Christ Church University – The Politics of Small Culture Formation On the Go: Researching and Living Varicultural Hybridity

James P. Lantolf, George and Jane Greer Professor Emeritus, Language Acquisition and Applied Linguistics, The Pennsylvania State University – Integrating Explicit Knowledge into the Second Language Classroom through Concept-Based Language Instruction

Amy B. M. Tsui, Emeritus Professor & Honorary Professor, Faculty of Education, The University of Hong Kong – A longitudinal investigation of Japanese university learners’ oral participation in an L1 classroom and their lived experiences

We hope to see you at WICAL. Please contact<> should you have any questions.

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