ELOPE Vol. 16, No. 1 (2019): The Sounds of English


ELOPE Vol. 16, No. 1 (2019): The Sounds of English

The spring 2019 issue of ELOPE aims to investigate how the sounds of English are addressed in research and teaching practice. The authors are invited to present their work on English phonetics, prosody and phonology, with special emphasis on contemporary approaches to researching, teaching, learning, and assessing foreign language pronunciation. Topics addressed can include speech perception and production, phonetic notation, new technologies in pronunciation teaching, foreign-accented speech, varieties of English, and sociolinguistic aspects of spoken English.

The editors warmly invite contributors to submit original research on the above (and related) topics, and to provide insights from as wide a range of perspectives, approaches and disciplines as possible. Considered for publication will be contributions from the domains of (contrastive) language studies, English language learning and teaching, as well as translation and literary studies. The volume will be edited by guest editors Dr Ivo Fabijanić (University of Zadar, Croatia) and Dr Andrej Stopar (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia).

The language of contributions is English. Papers should be between 5,000 and 8,000 words in length, with an abstract of about 150 words. They should be submitted electronically and should conform to the author guidelines at Any inquiries can be sent to Andrej Stopar ( Submission deadline: February 1st, 2019.

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