Journals – Call for Papers

Journal nameSubmission deadlineTopic/ThemeTypes of SubmissionDetailsAttachment
TESOL 30 September 2017 Creativity in Pre K-12 Classrooms and Contexts December 2018 Special Issue of TESOL Journal Creativity in Pre K-12 Classrooms and Contexts Special Issue Editors: Judy Sharkey and Yuliya Ardasheva Deadline for Manuscript Submission: September 30, 2017
RELC 30 September 2017 Special Issue: Teaching English as an International Language (TEIL): Realistic or Idealistic?  
International Journal of Language & Literature 30 September 2017 stylistic analysis, the linguistic analysis of literature and related areas E-Publication FirstTM is a feature offered through our journal platform. It allows PDF version of manuscripts that have been peer reviewed and accepted, to be hosted online prior to their inclusion in a final printed journal. Readers can freely access or cite the article. The accepted papers are published online within one week after the completion of all necessary publishing steps.
TESOL Journal 30 September 2017 What is the role of creativity in enhancing students’ learning and/or teachers’ professional development? otential topics include creativity in curriculum development and implementation creativity in instructional approaches and implementation creativity in space use (e.g., community and online spaces creativity across the language domains research approaches and interpretations (including practitioner research)
Technology and Language Learner Psychology 15 October 2017   The volume’s editors are looking for proposals for chapters that address the crossroads of technology and language learner psychology. In particular, the editors are interested in theoretical or empirical studies that address the interaction between technology and the psychological issues involved in learning a second language. Submitted chapters may focus on (but are not limited to):  Technology-Assisted Language Learning, Teaching Methods and Learner Psychology  Language Courseware Design and Learner Psychology  Psychology, Multimodal and Multicultural Communication  Computers and Individual Differences in L2 Learning (e.g., motivation, anxiety, WTC, self-efficacy)  Computerized Language Testing Systems and Language Learners  New Learning Environments and Learners’ Motivation, Identity and Engagement  Computer-Mediated Communication and L2 Learners  New Technologies and Language Learners  Mobile-Assisted Communication and L2 Learners  Gaming and Language Learners Proposals representing various methodological paradigms are welcome, including quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methods approaches. Proposals that represent specific, pedagogically creative uses of TALL are also welcome, provided that researchers address how language learners have been affected by the use of the technology. Potential contributors are invited to submit a 500-word proposal by October 15th, 2017, including the following information:  The title.  Author name(s) and affiliation(s), and contact information.  A summary of chapter.  A short biography including recent publications for each author. The abstracts should be sent to one of the following e-mail addresses: or Editors Mark R. Freiermuth (Gunma Prefectural Women’s University, Japan) Nourollah Zarrinabadi (University of Isfahan, Iran)
ELTA Journal 31 October 2017    
North Carolina State University's Dialogues 31 December 2017   An Interdisciplinary Journal of English Language Teaching and Research