[ACLA-CAAL] Fw: Taking advantage of AILA benefits for Applied Linguists

Julie Byrd Clark jbyrdcla at uwo.ca
Fri Jul 31 22:24:26 UTC 2020

AILA Newsletter<https://aila.info/?mailpoet_router&endpoint=view_in_browser&action=view&data=WzIyMSwiMWUxNDA4ODIxMTZhIiwwLDAsMjEzLDFd>
The Ibero-American AILA regional network is about to be launched! This newsletter gets you in touch with the multilingual vision of our Spanish- and Portuguese-speaking colleagues and foregrounds the relevance of multilingualism in Applied Linguistics research and beyond.

Julie S. Byrd Clark. Ph.D.
Associate Professor/Professeur agrégée
Faculty of Education, 1039
Western University, Canada
1137 Western Road
London, Ontario, N6G1G7 CANADA
Tel. (1) 519.211.6611, extension 88656
Email: jbyrdcla at uwo.ca

President/Présidente, ACLA/CAAL http://www.aclacaal.org
New chapter on Reflexivity and criticality, see https://www.routledge.com/The-Routledge-Handbook-of-Language-and-Intercultural-Communication/Jackson/p/book/9781138389458

From: Daniel Perrin <daniel.perrin at bluewin.ch>
Sent: July 30, 2020 8:11 AM
To: Julie Byrd Clark <jbyrdcla at uwo.ca>
Cc: Christina Gitsaki <christina.gitsaki at gmail.com>
Subject: Taking advantage of AILA benefits for Applied Linguists

Dear Julie,

The July issue of the AILA Newsletter<https://aila.info/?mailpoet_router&endpoint=view_in_browser&action=view&data=WzIyMSwiMWUxNDA4ODIxMTZhIiwwLDAsMjEzLDFd> has just been published. It would be great if you forwarded it to all the ACLA members as soon as possible. This helps both ACLA and your members take most advantage of the AILA benefits for applied linguists worldwide.

Best wishes,

Daniel Perrin, PhD
President, International Association of Applied Linguistics

NB: Please do not forget to participate, as an AILA national affiliate, in the virtual meeting of the AILA International Committee, on August 8, 2020. Just email the name of the ACLA delegate to secretariat at aila.info<mailto:secretariat at aila.info>

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