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Welcome to the home of applied linguistics on Cambridge Core. From here you can access applied linguistics journals, a selection of related books, and complimentary content to give you a sample of what we have to offer.

Open Access Applied Linguistics articles

Published Open Access due to an institutional Read and Publishing agreement with Cambridge.




Open Access Applied Linguistics articles

Published Open Access due to an institutional Read and Publishing agreement with Cambridge.




The role of race in Applied Linguistics

AAAL present the recording of a recent webinar in collaboration with the Annual Review of Applied Linguistics in which we highlight 3 articles from the latest volume that consider race, racial justice and Indigenous language revitalization in Applied Linguistics.

We have made the video and articles (see below) available to anyone so that this information can be shared widely. Please consider sharing this webinar with your colleagues and students to keep this important conversation going.

African Americans in World Language Study: The Forged Path and Future Directions
Uju Anya

Indigenous Language Revitalization and Applied Linguistics: Parallel Histories, Shared Futures? Onowa McIvor

Is an Antiracist and Decolonizing Applied Linguistics Possible? Suhanthie Motha

In Memoriam: Tom McArthur

Tom McArthur (1938-2020) was a talented linguist who shared a unique understanding of how English had developed (and would continue to develop) as an international language. A collection of papers published within English Today — the journal that he founded and edited for more than 20 years — explores the range and depth of Professor McArthur’s thinking and scholarship about English as an international language. We are also please to include, as they become available, memorials written by Tom’s friends and colleagues who worked with him.

Read and Publish, Open Access and your work

Cambridge University Press has ‘Read and Publish’ agreements with over 800 institutions globally to support Open Access publishing.This means you may be able publish your research Open Access at no cost or with a discount for your article processing charge (APC).*

Find out if your paper can be published as part of a similar funding arrangement here.