Heather Marsden is co-director of the Meaning in Language Learning Network, and a second language acquisition researcher at the University of York. She is co-founder of the White Rose Network for the Interdisciplinary Study of Language Learning.
Roumyana Slabakova is co-director of the Meaning in Language Learning Network. She is Chair of Applied Linguistics and Director of the Center for Linguistics, Language Education and Acquisition Research (CLLEAR), at the University of Southampton.
Kook-Hee Gil is a second language acquisition researcher at the University of Sheffield. She is co-founder of the White Rose Network for the Interdisciplinary Study of Language Learning.
Ros Mitchell is Emeritus Professor of Language Education at the University of Southampton, who has worked extensively throughout her career on aspects of language classroom learning and teaching in the UK, and on second language acquisition.
María Muradas-Casas is a Spanish language teaching fellow at the University of York, with expertise in teaching all levels of Spanish language, culture and society using the target language.
Jason Rothman is a professor at the Centre for Literacy and Multilingualism, University of Reading. Jason’s research spans many aspects of multilingual language development, including heritage language acquisition.
Melinda Whong is a second language acquisition researcher at the University of Leeds, with particular expertise in English Language Teaching. She is also Director of the Language Centre at Leeds. She is co-founder of the White Rose Network for the Interdisciplinary Study of Language Learning.International members of MiLL
International members of MiLL
Bill VanPatten is a world-renowned scholar of language acquisition and teaching. He is best known to instructors for his books on language teaching and his college-level textbooks and videos/movies for teaching Spanish and French.
María del Pilar García Mayo is a professor of English Language and Linguistics at the University of the Basque Country. She has published on the L2/L3 acquisition of English morphosyntax and the study of conversational interaction and L2 learning.
Sharon Unsworth is an associate professor of Second Language Acquisition at Radboud University, Nijmegen. Her research interests include child second language and bilingual first language acquisition and the role of internal and external factors in second language acquisition.
Alex Housen is a professor at Vrije University Brussels. His research interests include second language acquisition, (second) language teaching, bilingualism and bilingual education, and English linguistics.