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Aims and scope
Eurosla Studies is a series published by the European Second Language Association (Eurosla, www.eurosla.org). Single-author and edited volumes, in English, may be submitted by members and non-members from any country in Europe and elsewhere.
The series covers all aspects of second language acquisition research and its interfaces with related domains, such as theoretical and applied linguistics, first language acquisition, multilingualism, language teaching and assessment. All contributions undergo a thorough double-blind review process by at least two external reviewers.
The Eurosla Studies are a continuation of the Eurosla Monographs series, which included the following volumes, all available open access at the address http://www.eurosla.org/eurosla-monograph-series-2/
- Bartning, I., Martin, M., Vedder, I. (2010). Communicative proficiency and linguistic development: intersections between SLA and language testing research. Amsterdam: Eurosla.
- Bardel,C., Lindqvist, C., Laufer, B. (2013). L2 vocabulary acquisition, knowledge and use. New perspectives on assessment and corpus analysis. Amsterdam: Eurosla.
- Bettoni, C. & Di Biase, B. (2015). Grammatical development in second languages: Exploring the boundaries of Processability Theory. Amsterdam: Eurosla.
- Mitchell, R., Tracy-Ventura, N., McManus, K. (2015). Social interaction, identity and language learning during residence abroad. Amsterdam: Eurosla.
Before submitting a complete manuscript, authors/volume editors are invited to send a preliminary query to the series editor. The query should contain the following information:
- the volume’s title;
- a short description of its contents, including theoretical background, methodology and the contribution the volume is going to make to the field;
- a table of contents and a brief sample of the text — for instance a preface or introduction if this constitutes a good summary of the manuscript.
The proposal is discussed among Series editors, who may also consult members of the Editorial board. If this preliminary evaluation is positive, the entire volume can be submitted. The final decision to publish, however, will be based on the evaluation of the complete manuscript by Series editors and external reviewers.
Eurosla Studies has the ISSN 2626-2665.