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Explorations: A Journal of Language and Literature

Call Deadline: 28-Jun-2015

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Explorations is a peer-refereed online journal published by the Department of the English Language and the Department of English Language Literatures at the Institute of English, Opole University, Poland. It provides a forum that invites a wide range of original articles dealing with all aspects of the English language, English language literatures, and their teaching in tertiary academic contexts. It is thus dedicated to promoting exchange of ideas among English department teachers, scholars and researchers worldwide.

The journal is divided into two sections: linguistic and literary. For the language section, we welcome contributions with a theoretical, empirical or applied focus employing a wide variety of approaches and methodologies. We invite articles which in exploring language and language pedagogy go beyond the formal and cognitivist paradigms, and are inspired by socially informed theories of language. In the literature section we are interested in maintaining a broad debate on problems of the Western humanities in the last three centuries and welcome contributions that provide innovative interpretations and revaluations of what has been happening in culture and literature since the beginning of the XVIII century and up to the present moment

For the third issue of the journal, to be published in December 2015, we invite article addressing language and linguistics topics in an original and innovative way. We welcome interdisicplinary approaches.

Contributions are expected by June 28, 2015.

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