International Journal of English and Comparative Literary Studies
Interested authors are strongly encouraged to submit quality articles for review and publication. All articles judged suitable for consideration will be reviewed in a double blind peer review process.
International Journal of English and Comparative Literary Studies (IJECLS) is an international, open-access and double-blind peer-reviewed journal that publishes high quality research in English and comparative literary studies. The focus of the journal also includes the role of translation in comparative literature, diaspora literature, world literature, postcolonial studies, memory and trauma, and critical theory. The journal maintains a high scientific standard, scrutinizing submitted articles through multiple peer-review revisions.
After a preliminary assessment by the Editorial Board, all submitted papers will undergo a double-blinded refereeing process. The Review aims at providing all authors with a decision within two weeks since submission.
HOW TO SUBMIT
Please submit your article as at:
You can also submit by email: email@example.com
All submissions should contain the name of the author, professional information, the title of the manuscript, and contact information.
The last date for submissions of papers is 20 November, 2020.
Article Processing Charges (APC): No Charges/ Processing and Publication is Free
Authors Guidelines for Article Preparation:
- File format: Microsoft Word file format is only acceptable for the main manuscript document. All text in manuscripts should be in 11-point Times New Roman font, single spaced, justified-alignment only.
- Manuscript length: Each full-length research manuscript should be less than 4000 words, , and a book review should be within 2500-3000 words
- Article structure: Each submitted manuscript should be prepared within the following framework.
Abstract: The maximum length for an abstract is 250 words.
Key words: Present 3–5 Keywords immediately after abstract. Don’t repeat the title.
Introduction: The introduction should clearly justify the rationale of the study with appropriate theoretical and empirical backgrounds.
Methodology/Approach: This section should explain the theory/approach employed in the analysis of text.
Analysis and Discussion: This section presents the analysis of the text/film/discourse etc.
Conclusion: The conclusion should clearly state the major findings of the paper without much repetition.
References: Follow MLA 8th Edition