The Workshop on “Multilingual Language Acquisition, Processing and Use (L3 workshop)” is being organised by the School of Education, Communication & Society at King’s College London.
Its main goal is to bring together researchers who are interested in multilingual language acquisition, processing and use. Empirical and theoretical contributions are welcome.
Directions: Please make your way to the entrance to the Strand campus of King's College London. If you google the postcode (WC2R 2LS), it should take you directly to the correct entrance. The entrance is right next to St Mary Le Strand Church.
The closest underground stops are Temple Station (District and Circle Lines), Charing Cross (Northern and Bakerloo lines) and Embankment (Bakerloo, Northern, District and Circle lines).
Once you are there, you will be asked to sign in for security reasons and one of our students will guide you towards the actual venue. The workshop itself will take place on the second floor of the King’s Building (adjacent to the Strand building).
Registration will be in the large Somerset room and the talks will take place in the Nash lecture theatre.
We have allocated 30 minutes per presentation. These will be divided into 20-minute for the presentation plus 10 minutes allowed for the Q&A. We kindly ask participants to stick to these timings to make sure the sessions run smoothly and on time.
Presenters can either use our computer setting or their own. All presenters should make sure all technical details work in the coffee/lunch break prior to the allocated session.
We have allocated each poster to one of the two sessions. You can check on the programme whether your presentation has been allocated to the Saturday or Sunday session.
The dimensions of the poster should be A0 (84.1 x 118.9cm/33.1 x 46.8in) and the orientation should be portrait.
- Jean-Marc Dewaele (Birbeck, University of London)
- Tanja Kupisch (University of Konstanz)
- Jason Rothman (UiT, the Arctic University of Norway & Centro de Investigación Nebrija en Cognición, Universidad Nebrija),
- Lari-Valtteri Suhonen (University of Borås)
This workshop is the seventh in a series of successful meetings that took place in Stockholm (January 2009), Iowa City (June 2010), Vitoria-Gasteiz (May 2012), Tromsø (March 2015), Poznań (May 2017) and Konstanz (May 2019).