Association for Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies (ACLALS)
Association pour l'étude des littératures et langues du Commonwealth
1965-09-16 Leeds UK
Articles amended 11 Mar 1966, Leeds (UK). Accredited to The Commonwealth in 2005.
Encourage study and research on Commonwealth literature and languages and related fields of study. Publish and support publication of information relating to: study and teaching of Commonwealth languages and literatures; nature and location of source materials; comparative studies; relation between English and indigenous literatures and languages; mass media and new varieties of English.
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General Meeting (every 3 years); Board; Branches (9) including:
- E-XE4590 - European Association for Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies (EACLALS);
- K-XE5281 - South Pacific Association for Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies (SPACLALS);
- K-XK1700 - Southern African Association for Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies (SAACLALS)
- E-XE5282 - West Indian Association for Commonwealth Literature and Language Studies (WIACLALS).
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