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LINGUACULTURE is a peer-reviewed academic journal run by the Linguaculture Centre for (Inter)cultural and (Inter)lingual Research affiliated to the Department of English at the Faculty of Letters, Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iași, Romania.

Focus: Anglistics
Working language: English
Areas of interest: (comparative) linguistics, literary theory and criticism, cultural anthropology, discourse studies, translation studies, theatre and film studies, language learning and teaching, etc.
 
Frequency: 2 issues per year, published in June and December
Online ISSN: 2285-9403 | Print ISSN: 2067-9696
 
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EXTENDED DEADLINE: Call for Papers - Linguaculture, vol. 13, no. 2, 2022

2022-10-17

This thematic issue deals with mobility and cultural exchanges between Europe and Asia  from a humanities perspective, with a focus on the English speaking world. We invite contributions in the fields of literature, language, cultural and translation studies, as well as interdisciplinary approaches dealing with the past or present movement of people and ideas between the two continents, especially in relation to the Anglophone world, highlighting from individual experiences to larger societal phenomena. Papers that focus on representations of intercultural encounters (e.g. travel writing, movies and other cultural products), the circulation of ideas (doctrines, artistic trends, systems of thought) and the outcomes of such mobility and exchanges are particularly welcome.

Contributions are expected by 15 November 2022

Issue Editors: Oana Cogeanu-Haraga and Soochul Kim 

Please consult our Instructions for Authors page for further information about submissions and additional requirements.

Use the Submissions page to send us your contributions.

Call for Papers - Linguaculture, vol. 14, no. 1, 2023

2022-05-04

For this special issue, In Honorem Professor Michael Hattaway, we welcome original contributions connected to Professor Hattaway’s research interests, particularly Shakespeare Studies and Renaissance Studies, as a means to honour his contribution to the field and his influence on young researchers and colleagues in his long career as a Shakespearean scholar.

Vol. 13 No. 1 (2022)

Issue Editors: Teodora GHIVIRIGĂ and Rodica ALBU 

Published: 30.06.2022

Editors' Foreword

Rodica Albu, Teodora Ghivirigă

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