LOGOS & LITTERA

Journal of Interdisciplinary Approaches to Text

ISSN 2336-9884


About the journal

 

Title

Logos & Littera:

Journal of Interdisciplinary Approaches to Text

 

Editor-in-chief

Neda Andrić, PhD, University of Montenegro

 

Publisher: Institute of Foreign Languages, University of Montenegro

Country of publication: Montenegro

Character: International academic/scholarly/scientific journal

Language: English, French or Russian

Topics: Linguistics and literature, emphasis on interdisciplinary approaches

Frequency: 1 issue annually (in October)

Peer review policy: Double blind peer review

Peer review time: Up to 2 months

Deadline for submission: All year round

Author fees: No

Open access: Yes (online, pdf)

ISSN: 2336-9884

 

Aims and scope

Logos & Littera is an international peer-reviewed journal whose aim is to publish outstanding research in linguistics and literature. The journal focuses on interdisciplinary approaches to text, at the boundaries of linguistics/literature and disciplines such as sociology, psychology, philosophy, political science etc. Logos & Littera encourages critical debates on literature and linguistic topics and issues, spanning not only the theoretical and methodological dimensions of text and discourse, but also their practical and socially relevant outcomes. The journal was founded in 2013 by the Institute of Foreign Languages, University of Montenegro.

The journal accepts original, empirical, and theoretical research articles, as well as book reviews. The former should comprise between 5,000 and 9,000 words, whereas the latter should not exceed 2,000 words. Papers with a strong theoretical background covering and citing all or most of the literature relevant to the topic pursued and corpus-based investigations shall be given preference.

The contributors should apply the MLA citation style (see the Guidelines) and submit their papers in either .doc or .docx format (Template 1), along with the cover sheet (Template 2), to logoslittera@live.com.


 
Institute of Foreign Languages, 2013