ALANZ Conferences and Symposia
Applied Linguistics Associations of Australia (ALAA) and New Zealand (ALANZ) 2013 conference
ALANZ & ALAA 2013 Conference Announcement
Vocab@Vic conference 2013
Vocab@Vic Conference announcement
The annual symposium of the Applied Linguistics Association of New Zealand (ALANZ) will be held at the University of Waikato on Saturday, 1st December 2012, following on from the Tertiary Writing Network (TWN) conference also at Waikato on the previous Thursday and Friday (29 and 30 November).
Previous ALANZ & ALAA conferences
2011 Applied Linguistics Associations of Australia (ALAA) and New Zealand (ALANZ) conference
2011 ALAA-ALANZ Announcement
The ALAA-ALANZ Postgrad Workshop was held in Canberra on 29 Nov 2011, prior to the ALAA-ALANZ and ALS conferences.
1st Joint ALANZ & ALAA Conference December 2009
The Applied Linguistics Associations of NZ and of Australia (ALANZ and ALAA) held their first combined conference at AUT University in Auckland, New Zealand.
Conference theme: Participation and acquisition: Exploring these metaphors in Applied Linguistics.
Conference website: http://www.confer.co.nz/alanzalaaconf09/
Download the conference programme here
16th ALANZ Symposium
The 16th ALANZ Symposium was held at Victoria University of Wellington on 1 December 2010. The programme can be viewed here.
15th ALANZ Symposium
The 15th ALANZ Symposium was held at AUT University, Auckland on the 29th November 2008. The program can be found here: alanz-symposium-programme-book-2008
14th ALANZ Symposium
The 2007 Symposium was held at IPC, Palmerston North, on Saturday 3rd November.
Conference theme: The A-Z of Literacies and Learners.
Keynote speakers: Dr Franco Vaccarino (Massey University,Palmerston North); Dr Averil Coxhead (Massey University, Palmerston North).
13th ALANZ Symposium
The 2006 Symposium was held in Dunedin at Otago University on Saturday 14 October.
Conference theme: First things first: Focus on the learner.
Keynote speakers: Professor Cynthia White (Massey University, Palmerston North). David Crabbe (Victoria University of Wellington).
12th ALANZ Symposium
The 2005 Symposium was held at Victoria University of Wellington on Saturday 3 September.
Conference theme: Second Language Assessment and Second Language Learning.
Keynote speaker: Associate Professor John Read (University of Auckland).
11th ALANZ Symposium
2004 Massey University, Palmerston North
Conference theme: Internationalisation and Language Issues.
Keynote speakers: Professor Colleen Ward (School of Psychology, VUW); Dr Rom Rudzki (Department of Management, Massey University); Professor Andrew Cohen (University of Minnesota/University of Auckland)
10th ALANZ Symposium
2003 Auckland University of Technology, Auckland
Conference theme: Second Language Acquisition in the Classroom
Keynote speaker: Professor Rod Ellis (University of Auckland)
9th ALANZ Symposium
2002 University of Waikato, Hamilton
Conference theme: Technology and Classroom Dynamics – Starting the Dialogue
Keynote speakers: Dr Gisela Redeker, Groningen University , The Netherlands; Maria Stubbe and Pascal Brown, Victoria University of Wellington.
8th ALANZ Symposium
2001 Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington
Conference theme: English for Academic Purposes
7th ALANZ Symposium
2000 International Pacific College, Palmerston North
Conference theme: “Let the data speak!”
6th ALANZ Symposium
1999 The University of Auckland
Conference theme: Theories of Second Language Learning
5th ALANZ Symposium
1998 Victoria University of Wellington
Conference theme: The applications of corpus-based analysis in language education
4th ALANZ Symposium
1997 Victoria University of Wellington
Conference theme: Learner Autonomy: exploring the links between your research interests and an autonomous language learning perspective
3rd ALANZ Symposium
1996 University of Auckland
Conference theme: Research Methodology in Applied Linguistics
2nd ALANZ Symposium
1995 Massey University, Palmerston North
Conference theme: Current New Zealand Studies in Applied Linguistics; a research forum
1st ALANZ Symposium
1994 Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington
Conference theme: Research Priorities in Applied Linguistics in New Zealand