TEANGA (the Irish word for 'language') is a bilingual academic research-oriented journal which publishes peer-reviewed articles, as well as project reports, book reviews and other contributions in applied linguistics. Research articles are often based on presentations from the annual conference, but submissions are not limited to these. While issues of TEANGA are often focused on a particular theme, coverage of a range of local and international issues is also maintained. We encourage submissions with a solid theoretical foundation and rigorous methodology, but also innovation and creativity in researching new areas of applied linguistics and related fields.

The current editors are Stephen Lucek, Colin Flynn and Úna Bhreathnach. TEANGA has been an open-access journal since 2017.

The journal is licensed under an Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-ND 4.0) licence. Online ISSN 2565-6325.