About the Journal

Journal of Narrative and Language Studies, NALANS (ISSN: 2148-4066), is a peer-reviewed international academic journal welcoming manuscripts from the fields of Literature, Narrative and Language studies. Established in 2013, the journal is published biannually. The primary aim of the journal is to provide an avenue for scholars and researchers in order to publish and share their studies through an open-access environment.

Announcements

CALL FOR PAPERS - SPECIAL ISSUES

2022-02-04

Call for contributions for a special issue of Jornal of Narrative and Language Studies

cfp - 1 | The Narrative Identity of European Cities in Contemporary Literature [Manuscript submission open (15 April-15 May]

cfp - 2 | Living, Creating, Storytelling and Writing in the Middle Ages [proposal submission closed] 

cfp - 3 | Melville, Media, and Narratives [OPEN! Please submit your proposal] 

Click on the link for the calls and detailed query: CFP >> https://www.nalans.com/index.php/nalans/cfp

cfp - 4 | Geopolitics and the Anthropocene: Examining the Implications of Climate Change in the narratives of Global South [proposal submission] 

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Current Issue

Vol. 9 No. 18 (2021): December 2021
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The issue includes articles that represent our enduring research in Narrative and Language Studies. It comprises articles including critical, theoretical and educational analyses and insights. We are grateful to the authors who contributed to this issue. In addition, we appreciate and acknowledge the issue editors, copyeditors and reviewers whose commitments, we believe, have promoted the quality of the work we publish.

Issue Editors: M. Zeki Çıraklı, Martina Pfeiler, Mustafa Caner, Nazan Yıldız

Published: 2021-12-30
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