Might your university or National Association be interested in hosting the AILC-ICLA Congress 2025? If so, please take a look at the information on Hosting a Congress of the ICLA , which includes our Congress Hosting Guide, and send a statement of interest stating the name of your university or academic institution (or consortium of universities / institutions), the proposed site […]
AILC-ICLA Congresses are held every three years. The next Congress will be in 2022 in Tbilisi, Georgia. The 2019 Congress was held in Macau, and the previous ones were in Vienna (2016) and Paris (2013). We are now inviting expressions of interest from Universities or National Associations that may wish to host the XXIV Triennial […]
An invitation from Professor Isabel Capeloa Gil, Chair of the Nominating Committee: The election of the AILC-ICLA officers to serve in the 2022-2025 term will be held during the upcoming Congress in Tbilisi, Georgia. According to the ICLA Statutes, the election is held every three years and the ICLA’s Nominating Committee is tasked with the […]
Any AILC-ICLA member may apply to form a new research committee. Research Committees are groups of researchers that explore particular research questions around a theme, an issue or a subject area. More information on the Committees can be found at https://www.ailc-icla.org/about-the-research-committees/ . Applications to form a new Research Committee should be sent to the Chair of […]
The minutes of the meeting of the Executive Council held in January 2021 (partly postponed from Summer 2020 due to Covid-19, and held online), are now available.
Due to public health circumstances in Georgia and the longer-than-normal closure of universities, the opening of the website of the 2022 Congress, which was expected to be online by the end of December 2020, has been delayed to early March 2021. We shall post the link as soon as it becomes available.
With best wishes for the new year, and apologies to our readers: the publication of the January Newsletter, expected on the 15th, has unavoidably been postponed by a few days.