About Anglophonia

Anglophonia is an international student conference in English studies organized by the English Student Club X.a.

The primary goal of the conference is to provide students of English language and literature from Croatia and other European countries with an opportunity to present their works and creative ideas. Our wish is to connect English students with their colleagues and thus create or strengthen the already existing bonds between related faculties, both in Croatia and across Europe. Aiming to make it a beautiful and long-lasting tradition, we strive to see the conference grow and improve every year.

2017 Conference Proceedings Available Now

It is with great pleasure that we announce that the inaugural issue of XA Proceedings has been published! The first issue contains XA Proceedings publishes papers on literature, linguistics, language teaching, and translation studies written in English and the first issue has taken shape as a result of the contributions by a number of authors from various European universities who presented at last year’s conference.

You can find all of the papers available on the Portal of Scientific Journals of Croatia and XA Proceeding’s official website.

Listener Application

Anglophonia: Voices and Perspectives is the third international student conference in English studies organized by the English Student Club. The conference will be held at the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences in Zagreb May 3–5, 2018. If you want to participate at our conference as a listener and receive a certificate of attendance, please fill in the form below. Filling this form means that your position as a listener is automatically secured. However, please note that the number of listeners is limited, so sign up as soon as possible! The registration form can be found here.

TEFL WORKSHOP: Hands-on with Special Ed Learners of English

Thanks to our friends from Profil Klett and Cambridge University Press, Anglophonia will also host a TEFL workshop titled “Hands-on with Special Ed Learners of English”.

Since special education is an integral part of today’s educational system and teachers often lack skills and resources to address the needs of special education learners, this workshop will show some strategies that teachers can apply in the adjustment of teaching to special education learners.

Workshop will be led by Borka Lekaj Lubina, PhD, the co-author of coursebooks New Building Bridges 5 and New Building Bridges 6 and the author of a workbook for students with learning difficulties.

If you are a TEFL student or interested in teaching, sign up via this link.