Freeside Europe Online Academic Journal

Freeside Europe Online Academic Journal

Modern cultural, literary and linguistic perspectives

Call for papers

Call for Papers

Freeside Europe Online Academic Journal 2022 Issue

Seizing the day: Current Research in Global Englishes

Kodolányi János University

Freeside Europe Online Academic Journal is an interdisciplinary journal that was first established in 2005. Since the beginning of 2009, the journal has been given a new profile with the aim of connecting the different fields of academic studies (literature, arts, media, intercultural communication, cultural studies, history, linguistics, applied linguistics, translation, and English language teaching) by providing each issue with one particular topic. Through these specific topics we intend to create a platform for discussion that will connect the different areas of the humanities in the form of articles, reviews, interviews or even comments. We hope that by inviting and featuring various perspectives on a current theme we will be able to investigate an issue at greater length and depth.

Freeside Europe welcomes quality work that focuses on research, development, and review.


Upcoming issue

Global Englishes is a paradigm which reflects the way in which English had expanded and transcended its original nature and role in the world and is finding its expression in the arts in multiple and diverse incarnations. Global Englishes extends its scope of research in the fields of education, science and business, it encompasses a broad range of topics. Research in any area is welcome.

Freeside Europe Online Academic Journal invites submissions on topics that include but are not limited to:



All papers will be peer-reviewed and evaluated for their originality, language perspective, and correctness, relevance of topic and presentation quality.


Articles must be 5000-7000 words and should not exceed 15 pages.

Reviews must be 1,500-2,500 words (4-6 pages).


Deadline for full-text article submission: June 30, 2022.

For guidelines please refer to the website:

Publication fee: no fee

Abstracts (150-200 words), articles and any enquiries should be sent to

We look forward to your submission!


Krisztina Kodó, Habil. PhD.



ISSN 1786-7967

Budapest Institute, 1139 Budapest Frangepán utca 50-56. Hungary