The final volume collecting the research based on VEGA Project 1/0447/20 The Global and the Local in
Postmillennial Anglophone Literatures, Cultures and Media, granted by the Ministry of Education,
Research and Sport of the Slovak Republic.
Read the volume here.
The Department of British and American Studies, Pavol Jozef Šafárik University in Košice, Slovakia & SKASE in collaboration with The University of the Balearic Islands’ Research Group in British and Comparative Cultural Studies (BRICCS) and The ‘21st-Century Anglophone Literatures: Narrative and Performative Spaces’ Research Network kindly invite you to an online conference titled "The Global and the Local in Postmillennial Europe", to be held 21-23 October 2021.
The deadline for abstract submission has been extended until June 13, 2021.
For more information, please visit the conference website (click here).
Contributors are invited to send their articles for volumes of SKASE Journals to the respective Editors.
For more information, please see the respective Journal pages.
The International Association for the Study of Scottish Literatures (IASSL) is offering a free three-year membership for PhD students working on topics in Scottish literatures and languages. The membership form for PhD students is located here.
In addition, the call for submissions and nominations for the 2021 Jack Medal is now open. Updated information about the medal and instructions on how to submit or nominate an essay are available here.
Topics in Linguistics is a
double-blind, peer-reviewed international scientific journal issued by the Department of English and American Studies at the Constantine the Philosopher
University in Nitra.
Topics in Linguistics seeks to publish papers which adopt diverse theoretical and methodological perspectives in exploring a wide range of current issues in linguistic studies. The journal is listed in Scopus, Scimago, Web of Science - Emerging Sources Citation Index and published twice a year by De Gruyter Open - Sciendo in June and December.
For more information, visit the journal's website.
The University of Sussex is organizing a two-day colloquium on the topic "The language of Covid-19: discourse analytic and sociolinguistic approaches to an 'unprecedented’ health crisis'". The Call for Papers has been extended to July 31st, 2021.
For further information, see the extended Call for Papers here.