Coming up in 2013…

Language Learning, Gender and DesireNow we’re all back from our Christmas break we’re looking forward to all the exciting things happening in 2013. We’ve had a busy start to the year with a trip to visit Blackwell’s Library Services and the Broad Street bookshop in Oxford. (More on this soon…)

In the next few months we’ve got loads of great books coming out. Highlights include: Language Learning, Gender and Desire by Kimie Takahashi; Language Planning and Policy in Native America by Teresa L. McCarty and English in Post-Revolutionary Iran by Maryam Borjian.

Language Planning and Policy in Native America

We’re also getting ready for all the forthcoming conferences. We’ll be attending CAUTHE at Lincoln University, New Zealand in February where the conference theme is Tourism and Global Change. We are also returning to NABE this year and we hope to see lots of our authors there. As usual we’ll also be heading to the US for AAAL, TESOL and AERA and we hope to see a lot of familiar faces there. We always love to meet people face-to-face so if you’re going to be at any of these conferences please let us know as it would be great to meet you.

Next week we are looking forward to welcoming Tom, our new intern. Tom is going to be employed to assist with editorial and office admin as well as to gain an overview of publishing.

Later in the year Tommi and Elinor are travelling to Asia to visit our reps in Japan and China before attending the ISB conference in Singapore.

If you have any queries about the conferences or any of our books just drop us a line at info@multilingual-matters.com.

One Response to Coming up in 2013…

  1. sarahcvp says:

    2013 is going to be ace 🙂

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