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Aims and Scope
For forty years now, Anglistica AION: An Interdisciplinary Journal has been a leading publication in the field of English Studies. Due to the range and quality of its coverage, it attracts contributions on the language, literature and culture of the contemporary English-speaking world. The position of Anglistica AION: An Interdisciplinary Journal in these areas is widely recognized by its international readership and its International Advisory Board.
Special Issues guest edited by leading scholars in the field assure in-depth coverage of carefully selected topics of interest to the global English Studies community. Readers can rely on the journal to offer them scholarship of the highest quality, and to keep them informed of the latest developments in a varied and fast-evolving field. Scholars will find a publication outlet with a reputation for excellence, allowing them to reach an audience of peers across the globe.
This double blind peer-reviewed journal has since its foundation fostered a keen interest in the latest innovative approaches and provided a forum for the discussion of critical and interdisciplinary approaches. Launched in Naples in 1979 by the late Fernando Ferrara as a separate journal, Anglistica AION is an offshoot of “A.I.O.N. Sezione Germanica”, the Annals of the Istituto Universitario Orientale (now Università degli studi di Napoli “L’Orientale”). The Germanic Section, founded in 1958, gradually developed separate sectors devoted to the different linguistic areas; in 1974 Anglistica was published for the first time. It was edited by Fernando Ferrara till 1996 and under the direction of Lidia Curti, Jane Wilkinson, and Anna Maria Cimitile, Anglistica AION: An Interdisciplinary Journal has provided an important public intellectual space for interdisciplinary approaches to the English language, literature and culture, such as Cultural Studies, Post-colonial, Gender and Ecocritical Studies, Old and New Media Studies, and lately Critical Discourse Analysis and World Englishes. The Journal is renowned for its rich mix of the scholarly and the artistic and continues to engage and cultivate differential conversations and cultural interests while maintaining its core commitment to scientific excellence.