Intersections: International Journal of Literature and Language Studies
Intersections is an international peer-reviewed journal that is particularly interested in papers that extend or challenge current critical positions in radical ways, especially papers that establish 'impossible' links with other disciplines, theories or approaches. We publish articles on literature, language and theory of any historical period, national culture, ethnic group, genre or media. Articles must demonstrate thorough research with concrete references to recent scholarship in the field. Intersections accepts both British English or American English spelling and forms but authors have to be consistent.
Intersections publishes only original articles. We will not consider articles that are being considered for publication in another journal or that have been published previously. On submitting an article, authors must include a statement declaring that the same article has not, and will not, be submitted elsewhere nor has it been published or accepted for publication elsewhere.
Submissions accepted for consideration will be evaluated anonymously by at least two reviewers. Our anonymous peer-review process requires that no identifying information should appear on the article. Authors should use third person instead of first person references when quoting or making references to their own works.