Call for papers


We are pleased to announce the call for papers for the fourth issue of CURRENTS no. 4: BEYOND THE HORIZON: CROSS-CULTURAL EXPERIENCE TODAY

CURRENTS is an open access, peer-reviewed, yearly interdisciplinary journal, based in Toruń (Nicolaus Copernicus University), addressed to young researchers in the field of English studies. The fourth issue of CURRENTS will be devoted to two major themes. The first one is the motif of reaching or looking ‘beyond the horizon’, as we invite submissions on the yet unresearched phenomena, promising new findings and future prospects in the fields of culture, media and literature studies, linguistics, language acquisition and teaching as well as translation studies. The second aspect is the theme of contemporary intercultural and cross-cultural experience. We welcome contributions on a whole range of topics related to and concerned with intercultural experience and its representations and applications in the aforementioned areas of Humanities.

The aim of our journal is to provide space for the exchange of thought among young English philology scholars. We are especially interested in contributions from students at master’s or doctoral level, but academics who have recently obtained a Ph.D. are encouraged to submit their proposals as well.

We also invite submissions to the review section, devoted to publications relevant to the theme ‘beyond the horizon’ and cross-cultural experience in the field of English philology, especially, though not exclusively, written by Polish specialists in the discipline.

View the Currents Stylesheet file

Article abstracts of 200–300 words and / or review proposals should be submitted to by 10th of Fabruary 2018.

Notifications of acceptance will be sent by 15th February 2018.

Full articles should be submitted by 30th March 2018.

Suggested article length: 2,000—4,000 words.

Suggested review length: ca. 1500 words.

Full stylesheet information will be made available together with notifications of acceptance.

View the CFP as a pdf file