ACTA IASSYENSIA COMPARATIONIS, 22 (2/2018)
MEMORY AND OBLIVION

Connected by MEMORY AND OBLIVION – a generous and challenging cultural and literary theme – the articles included in the 22nd issue of the AIC journal, signed by researches coming from different academic institutions in Europe, Africa and America, approach literary works and literary writing from a variety
of perspectives: semiotics, sociocriticism, myth-criticism,
literary history…

The contributors to AIC 22 focus on writers and texts of the
past two centuries, a time hallmarked by many traumatic events – the rise and fall of European colonialism, the two World Wars, concentration camps, deportation andexile,
revolutionary upheavals.

As a mnemonic art, literature acts an important part in the interplay of memory and
oblivion, both individual and collective; it is a remedy against oblivion and meanwhile a healing technique – a way to reconcile man and history.

Invitation to Publish

in ACTA IASSYENSIA COMPARATIONIS 24 (2/2019)
REALITATE – IREALITATE / REALITY – UNREALITY / RÉALITÉ – IRRÉALITÉ

The deadline for the submission of articles and book reviews (in Romanian, English, French, German, Spanish or Italian) is May 27, 2019.

The final decision of the AIC Editorial Board will be passed on before September 16, 2019.

Corrections (if required) and comments by
the authors expected between September 17, 2019
and September 30, 2019.

The e-publication of the AIC 24th issue is planned for October 21, 2019.


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in ACTA IASSYENSIA COMPARATIONIS 25 (1/2020), ISTORIE – ISTORII / HISTORY – HISTORIES / HISTOIRE – HISTOIRES

The deadline for the submission of articles and book reviews is November 25, 2019.

 Anniversary Issue

MAGELLAN & ELCANO 500

CIRCUMNAVIGATION TO GLOBALIZATION

In order to celebrate the 5th centenary of the Circumnavigation of the Earth and its heroes, as well as the invaluable material and cultural legacy that the Age of Discovery bequeathed to Humanity, we invite contributions (articles and book reviews) addressing the following lines of research: comparative literature, theory and literary criticism, history, anthropology,
cultural studies, colonial and postcolonial studies, translation studies, film studies, music and visual arts.

Invitations: En / Fr / Pt / Sp / Ro.