We are currently seeking nominations for 2-3 early career scholars to each deliver a 40-minute keynote address. The ECR keynotes should showcase future directions for the study of bilingualism and should include multiple studies and/or approaches. The selected speakers will receive free registration for ISB14.
To be considered as an ECR keynote speaker, early-career scholars must have been awarded their PhD after 31 January 2016. In line with the conference theme, Diversity Now, we especially encourage scholars from historically under-represented groups to apply.
Each nomination should include:
the nominee's CV
a 300-word abstract for the proposed keynote address
a letter of support from a supervisor or other colleague evidencing the nominee's innovative, cutting-edge bilingualism research, as well as their ability to deliver an engaging and coherent oral presentation
ECR keynote candidates should send their abstract, along with the CV and the letter of support to ISB14@mq.edu.au by 31 January 2023.