Anglo Saxonica Journal

Purpose, editorial content, eligibility of contributions

Anglo Saxonica is a bi-annual journal, publishing one regular issue and one special guest-edited issue per year since 2012. It is an international, multidisciplinary, peer-reviewed journal, indexed on ERIH, that disseminates research connected with the activities of the University of Lisbon Centre for English Studies, promoting the dialogue within areas mainly related to English and North-American Studies. It includes the results of scientific research in the fields of literature, culture, linguistics, inter-arts studies, translation and reception studies, among other disciplines. Its editorial conception promotes the thematic cohesion of each volume, open to different academic approaches, including original essays, interviews, reviews and literary texts. The journal also publishes the work of renowned specialists, invited to guest-edit and coordinate special issues dedicated to specific research areas. All the works submitted, in English and in Portuguese, are subjected to peer-review by the members of the Editorial Board.

Anglo Saxonica publication ethics and publication malpractice statement.
Anglo Saxonica
Series III Nº 14
2017, ISSN: 0873-0628
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Anglo Saxonica
Series III Nº 11
2016, ISSN: 0873-0628
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Anglo Saxonica
Series III Nº 12
2016, ISSN: 0873-0628
712 KB
Anglo Saxonica
Series III Nº 13
2017, ISSN: 0873-0628
596 KB
Anglo Saxonica
Series III Nº 8
2014, ISSN: 0873-0628
753 KB
Anglo Saxonica
Series III Nº 9
2015, ISSN: 0873-0628
712 KB
Anglo Saxonica
Series III Nº 10
2015, ISSN: 0873-0628
527 KB

Anglo Saxonica
Series III Nº 5
2013, ISSN: 0873-0628
780 KB

Anglo Saxonica
Series III Nº 6
2013, ISSN: 0873-0628
682 KB

Anglo Saxonica
Series III Nº 7
2014, ISSN: 0873-0628
991 KB

Anglo Saxonica
Series III Nº 2
2011, ISSN: 0873-0628
1.6 MB

Anglo Saxonica
Series III Nº 3
2012, ISSN: 0873-0628
1.59 MB
Anglo Saxonica
Series III Nº4
2012, ISSN: 0873-0628
875 KB

Anglo Saxonica
Series II Nº 26
2008, ISSN: 0873-0628
1.26 MB

Anglo Saxonica
Series II Nº 27
2009, ISSN: 0873-0628
900 K

Anglo Saxonica
Series III Nº1
2010, ISSN: 0873-0628
1.17 MB

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Link: contribuições para Repositório da Univ. Lisboa

General Editors

Mª Helena Paiva Correia (Univ. Lisboa)
Isabel Fernandes (Univ. Lisboa)
João de Almeida Flor (Univ. Lisboa)

Executive Editor

Teresa Malafaia (Univ. Lisboa)

Assistant Editors

Ana Mendes (CEAUL)
Carla Larouco Gomes (CEAUL)

Copy Editors

Ana Mendes (CEAUL)
Carla Larouco Gomes (CEAUL)

Editorial Board

Onésimo Almeida (Brown Univ.)
Mário Avelar (Univ. Aberta – Lisboa)
Carlos Azevedo (Univ. Porto)
Patrícia Odber de Baubeta (Birmingham Univ.)
Catherine Bérnard (Univ. Paris 7)
Angeles de la Concha (Univ. Complutense – Madrid)
Gualter Cunha (Univ. Porto)
Isabel Capeloa Gil (Univ. Católica Portuguesa – Lisboa)
Ana Gabriela Macedo (Univ. Minho)
Maria Irene Ramalho (Univ. Coimbra)
Raymond Tallis (Fellow of the Academy of Medical Sciences UK)

Advisory Board

Teresa Cid (Univ. Lisboa)
Teresa Casal (Univ. Lisboa)
Luísa Leal de Faria (Univ. Lisboa)
Isabel Barbudo (Univ. Lisboa)
João Almeida Flor (Univ. Lisboa)
Emília Ribeiro (Univ. Lisboa)
Alexandra Assis Rosa (Univ. Lisboa)

Copyright Policy:

It is a condition of publication that Author’s rights over their articles, abstracts included, are transferred to Anglo Saxonica. The ULICES editorial entity will protect those rights and ensure the diffusion of articles either in the print version or electronic format, so as to reach the largest number of readers, in open access regime. Provided that Anglo Saxonica is acknowledged as the original place of publication, Authors may use a post-print copy of their own material (a request should be made to ULICES) in several ways, of which the following are included:

i) educational purposes, lectures, or other research interests of the Author’s host institution;
ii) publication in parts of books or anthologies if you are Author or Editor;
iii) publication of the essay in the Author’s personal website or in institutional repositories or areas of academic interest.

The Authors are personally responsible for the necessary authorizations in order to include in their essays third party materials subjected to copyright law.