Asla 2022


Symposium ASLA 2022

The national symposium of ASLA, the Swedish Association for Applied Linguistics.

Date: 7–8 April 2022

Place: Department of Swedish Language and Multilingualism at Stockholm University.

The theme is Language in practice – in a changing world, which should be interpreted in a broad and creative sense. Contributions in applied linguistics that are not directly related to the theme are also welcome. In addition to paper presentations, the symposium will have four plenary lectures and a panel discussion on Linguistics and politics in a changing society.

We hope to hold the conference on site. However, given the current circumstances with Covid-19, we are preparing for alternative forms of organization and the possibility of digital participation. More information on this will come soon.

Imortant dates

  • 3 September, 2021: The system for submitting Abstracts opens (Friday).
  • 7 November, 2021: Final call for submitting Abstract (Sunday). 
  • 17 December, 2021: Notifications are sent out about accepted Abstract (Friday).
  • 10 January, 2022: Registration opens (changed from the 7th).
  • 6 February, 2022: Last day for Early Bird fee.
  • 7 February, 2022: Full fee.
  • 4 March, 2022: Final call for signing up.
  • 78 April, 2022: ASLA symposium.


The symposium is organized by the Department of Swedish Language and Multilingualism at Stockholm University, and is a collaboration between the Centre for Research on Bilingualism, Scandinavian Languages, Swedish as a Foreign Language, and the Institute for Interpreting and Translation Studies.

Organizing Committee

Gunlög Sundberg | Helena Bani-Shoraka | Klara Skogmyr Marian | Maria Rydell | Marie Nelson | Mårten Michanek | Susan Sayehli


About ASLA

ASLA stands for the Swedish Association for Applied Linguistics (Association suédoise de linguistique appliquée).

ASLA is the Swedish branch of the international AILA (Association internationale de linguistique appliquée). ASLA’s mission is to promote research on practical problems related to language, to facilitate contact between linguists in Sweden and other countries, and to recruit to the research networks organized by AILA.

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