Welcome to The ESSE Messenger website!
The ESSE Messenger is the online journal of ESSE (the European Society for the Study of English). Its main purpose is to disseminate information about English Studies in Europe and to foster intellectual and scholarly cooperation and development. The Messenger is a forum for academic research in Europe, a forum where ESSE members are invited to share their research and their findings with the academic community of the whole of Europe. The Messenger is a publication at the service of the academic community, it is open to those who have something to show and to share with the rest of the community.
The range of contributions welcomed by the Editor includes articles and notes, book reviews, conference reports, announcement of forthcoming events and other matters of interest to university teachers of English language and literature and to those engaged in English Studies research. The distribution of such contributions is as follows:
- Materials such as news, info and notes about current ESSE matters, conference reports, academic events, book announcements or in memoriam articles are published on the Blog of the ESSE Messenger. The materials published as Blog posts are also associated with categories – by clicking on them in the Blog menu, you can see the posts associated with them. Such contributions are published as soon as they are received.
- Professional articles, book reviews, guest authors, interviews are published in PDF on the Recent Issues page of the ESSE Messenger website twice a year – in July (the Summer issue) and December (the Winter issue). These issues are password protected during the first year after their publication. The passwords are sent to the ESSE members via each national association.
All contributions to the ESSE Messenger should observe the Editorial Code and the Stylesheet and should be sent to the Editor at the email address inserted below. The opinions expressed by the contributors are their own responsibility.
Correspondence regarding ESSE activities should be addressed to the President or Secretary. Correspondence about the work of its constituent associations should be sent to the national representatives.
All material published in the ESSE Messenger is copyright of ESSE and of individual contributors, unless otherwise stated. Requests for permissions to reproduce such material should be addressed to the Editor.
Dr. Adrian Radu
Babes-Bolyai University, Cluj-Napoca, Romania
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