A double-blind peer-reviewed journal dedicated to current research on the teaching and learning of Portuguese.
The Portuguese Language Journal (PLJ) was founded in 2006 to promote and improve the teaching of Portuguese as a world language. With annual publications, PLJ also aims to provide a venue to encourage collaboration, research, and exchange of ideas among Portuguese language instructors.
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Call for Papers
July 30, 2023
The PLJ is a collaboration between the AOTP - American Organization of Teachers of Portuguese, the Center For Latin American Studies at the University of Florida, the Latin American and Iberian Institute at the University of New Mexico, and the Latin American and Caribbean Center at Florida International University.
PLJ invites the submission of original, unpublished manuscripts on Second Language Acquisition, Methodology of Foreign Languages Linguistics, Cultural Studies, Film Studies, Literary Criticism, Pedagogy, and also reviews of books, multimedia and other pedagogical material connected to the teaching and learning of Portuguese.
April| Call for papers
July 30th | Deadline for submissions
December| Publish PLJ #17
The Portuguese Language Journal is continuously looking for volunteer peer reviewers. If you are interested in this opportunity, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with a description of your areas of expertise or the subjects you prefer to review.
PLJ is an open-access resource funded by the AOTP – American Organization of Teachers of Portuguese in print and electronically. The AOTP is a nonprofit, nongovernmental organization. It aims to enhance and promote the teaching of Portuguese in the United States and provide professional development to its members.