The Comparative Literature Department of the Faculty of Letters of the “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University (Iaşi, Romania) is the editor of ACTA IASSYENSIA COMPARATIONIS, an academic open-access peer-reviewed journal dedicated to the interdisciplinary studies stimulated and justified by the universality of the literary phenomena in their close connections with the other arts and related humanistic fields, such as cultural anthropology, the history of ideas and mentalities, cultural and gender studies.
ISSN (online) 2285 – 3871.
The journal is published by the
“Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University Press.
LINGUACULTURE is a peer-reviewed academic journal run by the Linguaculture Centre for (Inter)cultural and (Inter)lingual Research affiliated to the Department of English at the Faculty of Letters, Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iași, Romania.
Working language: English
Areas of interest: (comparative) linguistics, literary theory and criticism, cultural anthropology, discourse studies, translation studies, theatre and film studies, language learning and teaching, etc.
Publisher: Alexandru Ioan Cuza University Press
Online ISSN: 2285-9403 | Print ISSN: 2067-9696
EMINESCIAN STUDIES is an annual, open-access journal that contains most of the papers authored by the students who presentedtheir research at the “Mihai Eminescu” National Student Colloquium that is organized each year by the Faculty of Letters of the University of Iași, at the end of May.
The volume Eminescian Studies. The “Mihai Eminescu” National Student Colloquium Notebooks is coordinated by prof. dr. Lăcrămioara Petrescu, edited by lect. dr. Ilie Moisuc and it is published by the “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University Press of Iași, ISSN: 1584-692X.
The overall structure of this publication follows the format of the Colloquium.