Multilingual Matters is an independent academic book publisher based in Bristol, UK, which publishes in the fields of applied linguistics, language education, literacies, multicultural education, immigrant language learning and second language acquisition. It publishes books at the cutting-edge of research on topics ranging from reclaiming, revitalizing, and decolonizing minority languages to contemporary approaches to second, foreign, bilingual, and other forms of language education. Everyone has the right to speak the languages that are important to them and its goal is to publish books that promote this, particularly in the case of migrants, minorities, and indigenous people.

Language Learning Environments Spatial Perspectives on SLA Phil Benson
Migration, Multilingualism and Education Critical Perspectives on Inclusion Latisha Mary, Ann-Birte Krüger, Andrea S. Young
Young Children’s Foreign Language Anxiety The Case of South Korea Jieun Kiaer, Jessica M. Morgan-Brown, Naya Choi
Rethinking Language Use in Digital Africa Technology and Communication in Sub-Saharan Africa Leketi Makalela, Goodith White
Sociocultural and Power-Relational Dimensions of Multilingual Writing Recommendations for Deindustrializing Writing Education Amir Kalan
(M)othering Labeled Children Bilingualism and Disability in the Lives of Latinx Mothers María Cioè-Peña
Preparing Teachers to Work with Multilingual Learners Meike Wernicke, Svenja Hammer, Antje Hansen
Language Learning in Study Abroad The Multilingual Turn Wenhao Diao, Emma Trentman