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Beyond Philology

  • Beyond Philology


    BEYOND PHILOLOGY
    AN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL
    OF LINGUISTICS, LITERARY STUDIES
    AND ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING

    Institute of English, University of Gdańsk, Wita Stwosza 55,80-952 Gdańsk, Poland
    Email: beyond.philology@univ.gda.pl
    Phone / Fax: (48 58) 523-25-13
    Editors
    Joanna Burzyñska
    Danuta Stanulewicz
    Editorial Board
    Roman Kalisz
    David Malcolm
    Ryszard Wenzel
    Tadeusz Z. Wolański
     
    Associate Editorial Board
    Janusz Arabski (Katowice)
    Eugene H. Casad (Gdańsk)
    Edmund Gussmann (Poznań)
    Zoltán Kövecses (Budapest)
    Wojciech Kubiński (Gdańsk)
    Ronald W. Langacker (San Diego)
    Barbara Lewandowska-Tomaszczyk (Łódź)
    Irene Gilsenan Nordin (Falun)
    Elżbieta H. Oleksy (Łódź)
    Adam Pasicki (Kraków)
    Piotr Ruszkiewicz (Kraków)
    Anna Siewierska (Lancaster)
    Bogdan Szymanek (Lublin)
    Marta Wiszniowska (Toruń)
    COMPUTER-AIDED COMPOSITION
    Ewa Urbaniak (issues 1 - 4)
    Izabela Żochowska
    COVER AND LOGO DESIGN
    Andrzej Taranek
     
    PUBLISHER
    Wydawnictwo Uniwersytetu Gdańskiego / The University of Gdańsk Press
    Beyond Philology is an international journal of linguistics, literary studies and language acquisition. We publish articles, reviews and reports. The language of the journal is English.
    We invite papers to be placed in the following sections of Beyond Philology:
    LINGUISTICS
    LITERARY STUDIES
    TRANSLATION
    CULTURE
    LANGUAGE ACQUISITION
    ACADEMIC TEACHING
    REVIEWS
    REPORTS
    Each author should send a note stating that his/her manuscript is only being considered for publication in Beyond Philology.
    Details concerning the preparation of a paper for submission to Beyond Philology are found below.
    INFORMATION FOR CONTRIBUTORS
    Address for correspondence
    Joanna Burzyńska and Danuta Stanulewicz
    Beyond Philology
    Institute of English
    University of Gdañsk
    Wita Stwosza 55
    80–952 Gdańsk
    Poland
    Format
    File on a disk, preferably in the rtf  or doc format,
    accompanied by 2 hard copies
    Length of the paper
    Preferably 20 pages,
    paper size A4, double spacing between lines
    (shorter and longer papers are also considered for publication)
    Margins
    2.5 cm on all sides
    Font
    Times New Roman 12 pt. If special fonts are used, they should be saved on the disk as ttf files.
    Title of the paper
    Should NOT be capitalized
    Name of the Author
    Should follow the title
    Abstract
    Up to 150 words, placed before the main body of the paper
    Key words
    Should follow the abstract. Number of key words: about 5.
    Sections in papers
    Numbered consecutively throughout the paper, e.g.
    1.
    1.1.
    1.1.1.
    1.1.2.
    1.2.
    2.
    etc.
    Section headings should NOT be capitalized.
    Footnotes
    To be used ONLY for further explanations (NOT for bibliographical details),
    placed at the bottom of the page
    Emphasis
    Italics (NOT bold)
    Paragraph indentation
    1.25 cm
    References in the text
    Examples:
    Siewierska (1991: 23) states that ...
    According to Langacker (1990), ...
    It is possible to distinguish three types of ... (Chomsky 1965: 23).
    References at the end of the paper
    Should include all (and only) the publications the Author refers to in the paper. Examples:
    Berting, Jan – Christiane Villain-Gandossi
    1995 “The role and significance of national stereotypes in international relations: An interdisciplinary approach”, in: Teresa Walas (ed.), 13–27.
    Cheng, Vincent
    1995 Joyce, Race and Empire. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
    Christensen, Lis
    1995 A First Glossary of Hiberno-English. Odense: Odense University Press.
    Mac Mathúna, Liam
    1989-1990 “The topographical vocabulary of Irish: Patterns and implications”. AINM Bulletin of the Ulster Place-Name Society 4: 144–164.
    Walas, Teresa (ed.)
    1995 Stereotypes and Nations. Cracow: International Cultural Centre.
    Quotations
    Separate block, double spaced and indented left (1.25 cm).
    Short quotations (up to 3 lines): in the body of the text, double quotation marks.
    Omitted fragments in quotations: [...]
    Examples
    Numbered consecutively throughout the paper, e.g.
    (1)(a) ......................
    (1)(b) ......................
    (2) ..........................
    Referred to in the text as (1a), (1b), (2).
    Examples from languages other than English should be accompanied by a full translation, in single quotation marks.
    Information about the Author
    At the end of the paper the Author is asked to provide the following details:
    Name
    Affiliation
    Address
    Address for correspondence (if different from above)
    Email address

     


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