CFP - Alizés (online journal): Learning and Teaching English in Multilingual Educational Environments

deadline for submissions: 
September 1, 2024
full name / name of organization: 
Université de La Réunion
contact email: 


We are pleased to announce that the abstract submission deadline for Alizés 45 - Learning and Teaching English in Multilingual Educational Environments, has been extended to September 1, 2024.

Learning and Teaching English in Multilingual Educational Environments

Deadline for abstracts (400 words) and short biographical notes (150 words):: Sptembre 1, 2024
Notification of acceptance: September 16, 2024
Submission of full draft papers: January 31, 2025

Submission of final papers: June 15, 2025 

Languages: English, French

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Created in 1990, the peer-reviewed academic journal Alizés dedicated to English Studies (civilization, literature, linguistics, and didactics), is now published online annually by the Presses Universitaires Indianocéaniques (PUI), Université de La Réunion. In collaboration with ARDAA, issue 45, scheduled for publication in 2025, will be devoted to

Learning and Teaching English n Multilingual Educational Environments

We invite scholars in the fields of second-language acquisition (SLA), applied linguistics and sociolinguistics to contribute to an upcoming special issue of Alizés focused on English and multilingualism. This edition seeks to illuminate the dynamic intersections of language teaching, learning, and multilingualism, emphasising both the sociopolitical landscapes and the educational contexts that shape and are shaped by the phenomena of learning and teaching English as a Foreign Language (EFL), a second language (SL or L2), or as an additional language (EAL).

This volume aims to explore these dimensions through two distinct but interconnected perspectives: the impact of multilingualism within sociolinguistic and geopolitical realms on EFL education, and the aspects of learning and teaching English in multilingual settings.


We invite authors to submit a 400-word abstract along with a short biographical note (150 words) – by September 1, 2024

The proposals will follow the submission guidelines and will be emailed to the editors: