Institute of English StudiesUniversity of Warsaw

For authors

PUBLICATION ETHICS

To reach the highest standards in publication ethics, Anglica. An International Journal of English Studies applies the principles of publication recommended by Committee on Publication Ethics.

1. General information

There are no article submission or procession charges for the authors.
We accept only original papers of sufficient quality that meet the aims and scope of our journal. We do not support multiple, redundant or concurrent publication. An article found to have plagirised other work or include materials without necessary permission will be denied publication. We also reserve the right to take appropriate legal action.
For all manuscripts non-discriminatory language is mandatory.

2. Author’s responsibilities

Authors can submit only their original work, not submitted for the publication anywhere else.
Authors need to be sure they have obtained all necessary permissions for the reproduction of any copyright works used in their work.
Authors are obliged to adapt the submitted article to the stylesheet of the journal and make sure the article contains the full list of references.
Authors are expected to revise their papers according to the suggestions of the reviewers. In case they refuse to do so without providing satisfactory arguments, the Editors reserve the right to deny publication.
Corrected page proofs must be returned within the deadline set by the Editors.
Prior to the publication, authors need to sign a contract sent individually by the Editors. Articles whose authors do not sign the contract will be denied publication.

3. Reviewing procedure

Only original papers of sufficient quality that meet the aims and scope of our journal will undergo the reviewing process.
Each submission is assessed by two outside reviewers affiliated to an institution different from that of the author.
For the details concerning reviewing procedure see: REVIEWING PROCEDURE.
The reviews are anonymous. The complete list of reviewers for a given issue is published in the printed version. See the full list of guest reviewers of our journal to date.

4. Publishing Schedule

Publication of two issues (literature/culture and linguistics) is planned for September every year. Thus, the deadline for submissions is 31 January. Please note that the reviewing procedure lasts a few weeks, thus the reviews are available around April.

Deadlines for special issues are set by the Editors.

5. Copyright and access

This is an open access journal, which means that all content of the journal is freely available without charge to the user or their institution. Users are allowed to read, download, copy, share, print, search, and link to the articles, or use them for other lawful purposes, without asking prior permission from the publisher or the author according to the Creative Commons license.
The electronic version of articles is available online within a month of the (original) printed version.
We permit self-archiving, which means that authors may deposit the published PDF version of their articles in academic and institutional repositories as well as post their articles on their personal websites.
The submission of a manuscript for publication in Anglica. An International Journal of English Studies grants the Editors of the journal the right and license to publish the submission on the journal’s website as well as distribute it in repositories and academic databases the journal is indexed in.

6. Ownership

Anglica. An International Journal of English Studies is an academic, not-for-profit, publication. It is published under the auspices of the Institute of English Studies, University of Warsaw.

CALL FOR PAPERS

Please note that there are no article submission or procession charges.

Call for papers: volumes 28.1 and 28.2.

pdfCall for papers

Authors are requested to follow the guidelines set out in the document below.

pdfAnglica style sheet

Auhors whose article has been accepted need to sign a contract before the article can be published. Note that the contract template below is bilingual, with the English version coming at the end.

See the contract for the details on the Open Access Policy and Copyright.

pdfAnglica contract template

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