Acta Neophilologica


Igor Maver, Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

Editorial Board

Anton Janko, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Arts

Jerneja Petrič, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Arts

Miha Pintarič, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Arts

Frančiška Trobevšek Drobnak, University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Arts

Advisory Committee

Maria Renata Dolce

Henry R. Cooper, Jr., Bloomington, Ind.

Renzo Crivelli, Trieste

Kajetan Gantar, Ljubljana

Meta Grosman, Ljubljana

Angelika Hribar, Ljubljana

red. prof. dr. Branka Kalenić Ramšak, Slovenia

Tom Ložar, Montreal

Mira Miladinović Zalaznik, Ljubljana

Tom M. S. Priestley, Edmonton, Alb.

Margarete Rubik, Wien

Ramon Saldívar, Stanford

Naomi Segal, London

Neva Šlibar, Ljubljana

Wolfgang Zach

Focus and Scope

The scientific journal Acta neophilologica is the review of Slovenian experts in English-speaking, German-speaking and French- and Italian-speaking literary historians that publishes scientific studies of international and domestic scientists in the field of Western-European, American and other literatures in English. The journal pays special attention to the problems from the history of cultural and especially literary and theatre contacts between Slovenia and Western-European literatures, as well as the problems of Slovenian emigrant literature. The articles are published in the world language (English, German, French, Italian) the literature of which the author analyzes, the abstracts are written in a foreign language and the summaries in the Slovenian language.

All articles are refereed before being accepted or rejected. Manuscripts will not be returned unless they are commissioned. Computed-printed copies must be double-spaced and new paragraphs should be printed with an indention. Articles must have an accompanying abstract and key-words. Literature used should be prepared in the alphabetical order of authors. The views expressed in articles should in no way be construed as reflecting the views of the publisher. Articles submitted for consideration should be sent in two computed-printed copies (double spaced), with a short abstract (in English) and together with a diskette. Articles should be of no more than 5,000 words. For format and style authors should follow the MLA Handbook. Authors who wish to have their articles published in the next issue of AN should send their manuscripts to the editor no later than 1 May each year: Igor Maver, Department of English, Filozofska fakulteta, Aškerčeva 2, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia.