The issues of the journal are annual and multilingual. They are not thematic, except when publishing a conference (see for example the issue 2 about “Sex and Genre: questions of Naming”).
We publish papers written by different categories of researchers. Some are by internationally known researchers (we regularly launch a call for publication by directly soliciting some specialists in various disciplinary fields). The others, spontaneously submitted, come from less internationally recognized researchers or from young gifted researchers, and even from PHD students.
Our scientific policy is to offer a virtual meeting space for North American and European, junior and senior, researchers, each of them writing in her/his native language. We aim to offer unexpected opportunities for the readers to discover various methods and approaches, developed by different authors, who are writing and thinking in different linguistic and cultural areas. A reader who primarily is interested by this or that paper, might be attracted by another title. In order to facilitate connections between readers and authors, each article provides the author’s email address.