Littera Aperta. International Journal of Literary and Cultural Studies is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal published yearly in Autumn. Littera Aperta seeks scholarly essays which clearly state its scope, either provide a new dimension to conventional approaches, or investigate new ways of interpreting literature. The purpose of the journal is to reflect the great range of research undertaken by experts in all areas of the humanistic discipline. Consequently, it invites contributions across a broad spectrum of classical and contemporary methodologies, from traditional, philologically-oriented approaches to (post)modern, cultural strategies.
Didactic reports, interviews and book reviews are also welcome. We only publish original materials, and therefore the editors do not accept manuscripts that are simultaneously under consideration elsewhere. Articles should have a recommended length between 3,000 and 8,000 words and book reviews should be between 1,000 and 4,000 words. Interviews should develop a line of questioning and response which provide insight into central aspects of the interviewee’s significance. Please note that submitted interviews should offer material which is not already available in other interviews.
Manuscripts may be submitted at any time; the review process generally takes between 4 and 6 weeks. Manuscripts can be submitted in English, Spanish, German, French, Italian, Portuguese and Latin. Authors must consistently follow spelling conventions.
Vol 4 (2016): Littera Aperta