Linguistics student conference in Kent!

By Jeanette Sakel

Do you have something to present? Why not try out a student conference! Check out this upcoming event, and get in touch with the organisers if you want to try giving a talk. Highly recommended!

ELL Student Conference 2016- Call for Papers

Saturday 9th April 2016- University of Kent

It is a pleasure to invite your students to the ELL Student Conference 2016. The conference is organized by the English Language and Linguistics Society at the University of Kent and will take place in DLT2 (Canterbury campus) on 9/4/16.

ELLSoc is proud to present this conference as a showcase for all students to present their own work and research to a range of other students and staff members. It has been running for a couple of years now and we are pleased to keep this tradition running! Submissions will be accepted from both undergrad and postgrad students.

Guide for authors

To submit an abstract of your research/current project, please contact Imogen Stark ( or Laura Bailey ( by Sunday 27th March. Successful submissions will be notified closer to the time of the conference.

Planned presentations should be no longer than 15 minutes and can take form of visual, oral or other presentation style. There will also be a chance for a Q&A session at the end of your presentation to gain feedback from staff and other students.

Organising committee:

Imogen Stark – ELLSoc president

Tegan Walker- Secretary

Amber Reynolds- Media Officer

Laura Fitzpatrick- Treasurer

Emma Harrison- Social secretary

Lizzy Aumonier- Events secretary

For any enquiries regarding the programme, please contact:


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