CFP: Motivation in Teaching/Learning Slavic Languages

Deadline: April 28, 2021

About the journal: DiSlaw is a multilingual, subject-specific language journal for Slavic foreign and heritage languages in German-speaking countries. As a theoretically well founded and practice-oriented journal, DiSlaw targets everybody who is concerned with teaching Slavic foreign and heritage languages. Further information is available here:

The first issue of the newly founded open access journal DiSlaw (Didaktik der Slawischen Sprachen) is dedicated to the topic of motivation with the aim of stimulating discourse on motivation from the perspective of teaching and learning Slavic languages. The first issue of DiSlaw will not only focus on motivational aspects of online learning, but also deal with general questions regarding motivation in the (foreign) language classroom, as well as the motivational design of teaching and learning processes.

Please send the title (working title) and an abstract of approximately 250 words to the following address by 28 April 2021 at the latest: .

For more information see the journal website at or the longer Call for Papers at

Please indicate in which of the eligible languages you will write your contribution and include a short biographical statement about yourself in the abstract (institutional affiliation, function/area of work, research interests). Each contribution and a second abstract in English must be submitted by 31 July 2021 at the very latest, as the first issue of DiSlaw will be published this year. Further information on the length of the contribution as well as the style sheet will be made available in June 2021 at the following address: