Well, we have had a few queries and we hope you are eager to read more about the conference and the themes in it. Some of the site is now public and we are tapping away on the rest in the next few weeks. What we can share now is the call for papers with extended descriptions of the themes and the session formats. The link to the submission system is still a week or so away but you ought to be able to consider the themes and the session formats to adjust your contributions by now at least.

Similarly, the registration, travel, and accommodation page is also in the making and we hope to have that up at the same time as the submission system.

For now,


7 thoughts on “Welcome to the EATAW2019 site

    1. Hi, we are at work on the submissions system as we speak. And hope to have it up by November 1. Deadline likely towards the end of December or early January.

    1. Hi,
      We are still negotiating some contracts and trying to find out if we can add a PhD student category etc. There are also VAT-regulations we need to communicate and calculate for. Today, the full fee in the budget is SEK2500 including VAT.

    1. Hi,
      Technically, we do not yet have a contract with a publisher but two publications are planned. For the past ten years, the Journal of Academic Writing has published a special issue with articles from the conference edited by guest editors from the organising university. We hope that will be possible also for EATAW2019. We also intend to circulate a call for papers for a collection of chapters where we expect longer pieces. Sadly, I can not guarantee either publication today but this is our plan at least.

      1. Hello,

        Following the conference, a special issue of the Journal of Academic Writing (JoAW) will be devoted to the publication of selected papers delivered at EATAW 2019. Published by EATAW, the Journal of Academic Writing is relevant to teachers, scholars, and programme managers across disciplines and across the world who are interested in conducting, debating and learning from research into best practices in the teaching of writing.

        It is anticipated that the special issue publishing proceedings from EATAW 2019 will be available in the second half of 2020 and further guidance will be provided after the conference.

        Please note that all manuscripts are subject to JoAW’s double-blind peer reviewing process and any papers included in the special issue will be full journal articles that conform to JoAW’s requirements in terms of length and the need for a well-developed argument.

        Selected Papers from the EATAW 2017 conference issue in Vol 8, No 2 (2018) can be found at: http://e-learning.coventry.ac.uk/ojs/index.php/joaw.

        The Editors look forward to hearing from you with a manuscript!

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