AILA Review is the official journal of AILA, the International Association of Applied Linguistics. It is Scopus-indexed and addresses cutting-edge topics such as inter- and transdisciplinary issues in Applied Linguistics. Founded in 1989, AILA Review has always been an excellent publication platform for peer-reviewed contributions addressing socially relevant problems in which language learning, research, and practice play a key role.
Up to Volume 16, the journal was published by AILA itself. From Volume 16 onwards, AILA Review has been published by John Benjamins.
All articles are published under the Creative Commons license CC BY.
From Volume 34 onwards, AILA Review is published in two issues per volume: an open issue based on articles by scholars responding to open calls – and a special issue guest-edited by AILA Research Networks. AILA Review will be freely accessible to members of AILA.
All prices for print + online include postage/handling.
|Online-only||Print + online|
|Volume 36 (2023): 2 issues; ca. 240 pp.||EUR 171.00||EUR 201.00|
|Volume 35 (2022): 2 issues; ca. 240 pp.||EUR 171.00||EUR 197.00|
Individuals may apply for a special subscription rate of EUR 65.00 (online‑only: EUR 60.00)
Private subscriptions are for personal use only, and must be pre-paid and ordered directly from the publisher.
|Online-only||Print + online|
(Vols. 16‒34; 2003‒2021)
|EUR 1,021.00||EUR 2,002.00|
|Volume 34 (2021)||2 issues; 240 pp.||EUR 171.00||EUR 197.00|
|Volume 33 (2020)||1 issue; 100 pp.||Open Access||EUR 128.00|
|Volume 32 (2019)||1 issue; 100 pp.||Open Access||EUR 125.00|
|Volume 31 (2018)||1 issue; 100 pp.||Open Access||EUR 121.00|
|Volume 30 (2017)||1 issue; 100 pp.||Open Access||EUR 117.00|
|Volume 29 (2016)||1 issue; 100 pp.||Open Access||EUR 114.00|
|Volume 28 (2015)||1 issue; 100 pp.||Open Access||EUR 111.00|
|Volume 27 (2014)||1 issue; 100 pp.||Open Access||EUR 108.00|
|Volume 26 (2013)||1 issue; 100 pp.||Open Access||EUR 105.00|
|Volume 25 (2012)||1 issue; 100 pp.||EUR 99.00||EUR 102.00|
|Volume 24 (2011)||1 issue; 100 pp.||EUR 96.00||EUR 99.00|
|Volume 23 (2010)||1 issue; 100 pp.||EUR 93.00||EUR 96.00|
|Volume 22 (2009)||1 issue; 100 pp.||EUR 90.00||EUR 93.00|
|Volume 21 (2008)||1 issue; 100 pp.||EUR 87.00||EUR 90.00|
|Volume 20 (2007)||1 issue; 100 pp.||EUR 84.00||EUR 87.00|
|Volume 19 (2006)||1 issue; 100 pp.||EUR 82.00||EUR 84.00|
|Volume 18 (2005)||1 issue; 100 pp.||EUR 78.00||EUR 80.00|
|Volume 17 (2004)||1 issue; 143 pp.||EUR 73.00||EUR 75.00|
|Volume 16 (2003)||1 issue; 100 pp.||EUR 68.00||EUR 70.00|
Volumes and issues
Volume 35 (2022)
Volume 34 (2021)
Volume 33 (2020) Linguistic Recycling
Volume 32 (2019) Policy and practice in early language learning
Volume 31 (2018) Transdisciplinarity in Applied Linguistics
Volume 30 (2017) Meaning Making in the Periphery
Volume 29 (2016) Reflexivity in Late Modernity
Volume 28 (2015) Theory in Applied Linguistics Research
Volume 27 (2014) Research methods and approaches in Applied Linguistics
Volume 26 (2013) Applications in Applied Linguistics
Volume 25 (2012) Integrating Content and Language in Higher Education
Volume 24 (2011) Applied Folk Linguistics
Volume 23 (2010) Applied Cognitive Linguistics in Second Language Learning and Teaching
Volume 22 (2009) Multilingual, Globalizing Asia
Volume 21 (2008) Multilingualism and Minority Languages
Volume 20 (2007) Linguistic inequality in scientific communication today
Volume 19 (2006) Themes in SLA Research
Volume 18 (2005) Applied Linguistics in Latin America
Volume 17 (2004) World Applied Linguistics
Volume 16 (2003) Africa and Applied Linguistics
AILA Review invites AILA members from all national affiliate organisations to submit proposals for the future issues of AILA Review. AILA Review is the Scopus-indexed Journal that focuses on cutting-edge research by research networks of AILA, the International Association of Applied Linguistics. It is published by John Benjamins, Amsterdam, and appears twice a year, once as a thematically oriented, guest-edited volume of 100-120 pages, and once as an open issue.
Submissions for the open issue should be between 8000 and 10,000 words including references. Please submit via the Editorial Manager: www.editorialmanager.com/aila
Proposals for thematic issues should include the following information:
- the title of the proposed issue
- the purpose of the proposed issue and its relevance
- the table of contents
- 300-word abstracts of all papers included, along with author name(s) and affiliation(s)
The guest editor(s) is/are required to ensure that all papers comply with the Guidelines for Contributors of AILA review and that the papers are properly checked for formatting and language. Depending on the guest editor(s)' preference, each issue should contain 6-8 articles, which will normally each be of 10,000 (8 articles) to 15,000 words (6 articles) in length, including tables and figures. This sets AILA review apart from the usual length of articles of 8.000 words in other journals and allows for a more detailed discussion of the volumes' topics.
Proposals should be sent by e-mail to publications_coordinatoraila.info or eeling.lowaila.info.
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This journal offers the possibility for accepted papers to be published Open Access through payment of an Article Publication Charge (APC) of EUR 1800 (excl. tax); more information can be found on the publisher's Open Access Policy page.
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