Founded in 2019, the International Journal of English Language Studies (IJELS) is a double-blind peer-reviewed, bimonthly, open-access journal. It covers the latest developments in the broad areas of linguistics, literature and Translation. With its uniquely broad coverage, the journal offers readers free access to all new research issues relevant to linguistics, literature and Translation. While IJELS strives to maintain high academic standards and an international reputation through the suggestions of the international advisory board, it welcomes original, theoretical and practical submissions from all over the world. The journal includes, but is not limited to the following fields:
Applied Linguistics, Cognitive Linguistics, Comparative Linguistics, Comparative Philology, Computational Linguistics, Conversational Analysis, Corpus Linguistics, Descriptive Linguistics, Developmental Linguistics, Forensic Linguistics, General Linguistics, Field linguistics, Theoretical Linguistics, Historical Linguistics, Neurolinguistics, Cognitive Linguistics, Grammar, Lexicography, Lexicology, Morphology, Phonetics and Phonology, Pragmatics, Psycholinguistics, Second Language Acquisition, Semantics, Sociolinguistics, Syntax, Discourse Studies, Bilingualism, Computer-assisted language learning/teaching, Curriculum innovation and evaluation, English for Specific/Academic Purposes, Materials development, Multiliteracies, Syllabus Design, Teaching Methodologies in Language Classrooms, the use of Technology in Language learning and Teaching, Using English Literature for the Teaching of English, Cross-Cultural Communication, Intercultural Communication, Language Teaching and Cultural Communication, Multilingual and Multicultural Learning Environments, Cultural Heritage and Hybridisation, Gender Studies, Language Teaching, Language Technology, CALL, English Language Teaching/Learning, Assessment in second/foreign language teaching and learning, Assessment in a Technology-Enabled Language Learning Class, Current Issues, Problems and Testing Methods in Language Learning, Evaluation for Language Learning in Multilingual and Multicultural Context, Language Policy and Assessment in Language Learning and Teaching, Syllabus Design and Curriculum Development, ESP and EAP, Semiotics, Dialectology, Etymology, Stylistics, Rhetoric, Creative Writing, Literary Studies, World Literature, American Literature, English Literature, Contemporary literature, Comparative literature, Interdisciplinary Approaches in Literature, Literary criticism, Literature and history, Literature and Media, Literature and other arts, Medieval and Renaissance literature, Poetry and prose, World languages & literature, Interpreting Studies, Translation in Literature, Translation Studies, Translation and Globalizations.