Studia Krytyczne/Critical Studies is a non-profit, international, bi-annual, double-blind peerreviewed, refereed, open access e-journal. It is an initiative to create a shared space for scholars toengage in trans-cultural global literary conversations about all aspects of society. The journal publishes critical and scholarly writings, book reviews, interviews on various topics related towidely understood society.
The languages of publication are English and Polish. The journal doesnot charge any publication fee.
Studia Krytyczne/Critical Studies considers all manuscripts on the strict condition that
- the manuscript is your own original work and does not duplicate any other previously published work, including your own previously published work;
- the manuscript has been submitted only to Studia Krytyczne/Critical Studies; it is not currently under consideration or peer review or accepted for publication or in press or published elsewhere;
- the manuscript contains nothing that is abusive, defamatory, fraudulent, or illegal.
Articles, which normally should not exceed 10000 words, must be submitted as email attachments (in MSWord, and PDF).
Please include an abstract of no more than 200 words, as well as a brief biography of no more than 50 words. The abstract should include as many keywords from your essay as possible. The biography should include a current academic or professional affiliation and any recent publicationsor activities.Address submissions to: email@example.com.
Call for papers SK/CS nr 3/2016
United Kingdom – political and social issues after six years of Conservative governments.
1. British world of politics:
- the political situation after the 2015 general election;
- the crisis within the Labour Party; Jeremy Corbyn as the new leader; reshuffles within the ranks of the Shadow Cabinet; Jo Cox's murder; spectacular individual losses of experienced MPs; etc.
- Cameron's two resignations; May becomes the new PM; May's governmental reshuffle; moving away from „Cameronism,” the issue of grammar schools; the conflict between health minister and NHS; the issue of „Trident”; etc.
- the crisis within the Liberal Democrats; seats in HoC go down 80%; Tim Farron as the new leader; spectacular election losses of experienced MPs; autobiography of Nick Clegg; etc.
2. UK after the Brexit referendum; truth and lies in the campaign; politicians' reaction to the result; journalists' comments; economic and political projections; May's negotiations with the EU; etc.
3. The effects of Cameron's geovernment welfare reforms;
4. Cameron's and May's immigration policies;
5. Church of England's reforms – women bishops; the Church's policies towards homosexuals, controvelsial investments (shadow banks); policies towards paedophiles within its own ranks; financial compensations; etc.
6. All articles touching upon Great Britain in general (for example the last paper issue of the Independent, third runway at Heathrow; by-elections between 2010-2016; SNP result in 2015; Scottish referendum; West Lothian question; John Bercow and his speakership; law allowing gay couples to marry; etc.
We invite you to submit articles on the matter. Please send it to us: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Deadline – January, 15th, 2017.