Call for papers for the EATAW Conference 2015 at Tallinnn University of Technology

What is EATAW?


EATAW is a scholarly forum which seeks to bring together those involved or interested in the teaching, tutoring, research, administration and development of academic writing in higher education in Europe.
EATAW membership is free, and EATAW is open to individuals from all over the world, not only from Europe.

EATAW's main aims include:

  • Connecting teachers and scholars of academic writing through conferences and other means
  • Raising awareness of the importance of teaching academic writing
  • Developing European scholarship in academic writing
  • Initiating projects to exchange experience and know-how about academic writing teaching

The organisation currently has some 600 members.

For an impression of our work please have a look at this video about EATAW.


You can join EATAW online by filling in your details on the Join EATAW page.

In order to participate in EATAW discussion and receive news about conferences and events, please also subscribe to the EATAW-listserv.

Remember to notify a change of e-mail address.

Leave EATAW by sending a message to the membership secretary.
Remember at the same time to unsubscribe from the EATAW listserv at EATAW-listserv.


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  • Early Career Lecturer Post at Cardiff University at the Centre for Language and Communication Research.
  • Call for papers for the conference on Academic Communication in Multimedia Environment in Sofia, Bulgaria. Deadline for proposals is March, 15th.
  • The Norwegian Forum for English for Academic Purposes (NFEAP) welcomes paper proposals on the theme of The International Classroom, for the NFEAP 2015 summer conference in Oslo.
  • has published a new issue and also invites articles in the fields of "location", "multi-modality" and "online-tutorials".
  • The December 2014 issue of ESP Today Journal of English for Specific Purposes at Tertiary Level has just been published. Deadline for submissions for contributions for the June 2015 issue is 15 March.
  • CFP for the annual International Writing Centers Association (IWCA) Conference to be held in Pittsburgh, PA, October 8-10, 2015. You will find a version of the CFP attached here and at the IWCA website:
  • The deadline for handing in proposals for the coming EATAW conference in Tallinn has been extended. The new deadline is now January 26th.
  • Springer has introduced a new book series on Intercultural Communication and Language Education and welcomes book proposals.
  • Call for papers for the 8. Peer Tutoring Conference in Hamburg. The conference language is German.
  • Throughout January Multilingual Matters are offering a 50% discount on all their titles. Just enter the code 2015JAN50 at the checkout and you will receive your discount. The special offer is valid for both print books and ebooks. Please visit:

Journal of Academic Writing