Dialogues: An Interdisciplinary Journal of English Language Teaching and Research

Dialogues: An Interdisciplinary Journal for English Language Teaching and Research serves as a forum for all professionals to share their research, innovative ideas, and best classroom practices to better serve English learners and the profession as a whole. As an interdisciplinary journal, we publish research and practice-based articles by and for teacher learners, trainers, researchers, administrators, and professionals from different, yet related fields. It is our aim to have a representation of different contexts of ESL teaching, such as K-12, IEPs, community colleges, teacher education programs, and to foster an ongoing dialogue between them.



Call for Submissions


We are pleased and excited to announce the publication of the inaugural issue of Dialogues!

We accept submissions on a rolling basis, with a new issue published annually each February. We are no longer accepting submissions for our 2018 issue, but we encourage and invite submissions for future issues of the journal.

We welcome articles from any discipline related to the teaching of English, particularly those focused on pedagogical practice, research methodologies, and/or critical theory. Articles should be 4,000–6,000 words in length and well supported by secondary research and by primary research when applicable.

To submit an article, please visit the Submissions section of this site, review the Author Guidelines, and either Register or Log In.

Please contact our editor, Jillian Haeseler, or the associate editors, Juliana Pybus and Bethany Monea, with any questions. 

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Vol 1, No 1 (2017): Inaugural Issue

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