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Journal URL https://bcsdjournals.com/index.php/ijecls
Title International Journal of English and Comparative Literary Studies
Publisher Baynoon Centre for Studies and Development
Description International Journal of English and Comparative Literary Studies 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, and critical theory. The aim is to disseminate cutting-edge research that explores the interrelationship between national and transnational literatures. The journal seeks to provide a forum for researchers interested in the interaction between literature, translation, and media studies.
ISSN 2709-7390
Language(s) Català (ca_ES)
Čeština (cs_CZ)
Dansk (da_DK)
Deutsch (de_DE)
Español (España) (es_ES)
Euskara (eu_ES)
Suomi (fi_FI)
Français (Canada) (fr_CA)
Français (France) (fr_FR)
Hindi (hi_IN)
Hrvatski (hr_HR)
Magyar (hu_HU)
Bahasa Indonesia (id_ID)
Italiano (it_IT)
Norsk Bokmål (nb_NO)
Nederlands (nl_NL)
Język Polski (pl_PL)
Português (Brasil) (pt_BR)
Português (Portugal) (pt_PT)
Limba Română (ro_RO)
Русский (ru_RU)
Slovenščina (sl_SI)
Cрпски (sr_RS@cyrillic)
Srpski (sr_RS@latin)
Svenska (sv_SE)
Türkçe (tr_TR)
Українська (uk_UA)
Tiếng Việt (vi_VN)
简体中文 (zh_CN)
العربية (ar_IQ)
فارسی (fa_IR)
Kurdish (ku_IQ)
English (en_US)
Publisher Email editor-ijecls@bcsdjournals.com
Rights This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.

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