Lublin Studies in Modern Languages and Literature

„Lublin Studies in Modern Languages and Literature“ is a multidisciplinary peer-reviewed journal devoted to the study of literature, linguistics, translation and foreign language teaching in major modern European languages. Founded in 1972, it appears at present four times a year (March, June, September, December). The purpose of the journal is to provide a free platform for exchange of ideas between experienced as well as early career scholars, who conduct research in all major fields pertaining to modern European languages. It embraces a variety of scholarly theories, methodological perspectives and interpretive methods, so that they complement each other and thus enable an in-depth presentation of current issues in contemporary literary and linguistic research. The journal welcomes original articles and regularly publishes thematic issues devoted to current research in the academic disciplines within its scope. Current issues of the journal (from 2013) are available free-of-charge at, while the archive issues (1972-2013) at


MEiN points: 20

Index Copernicus Value = 100


Submitted articles rejection rate: approx. 30%



Dear Prospective Authors,


It is my great pleasure to invite you to submit your papers to the Special Issue of Studies in Modern Languages and Literature, titled:


The outbreak of the pandemic caused by COVID-19 has brought great challenges for education throughout the world. Thanks to advanced technology, it has become possible to keep its continuity notwithstanding several obstacles. Yet, a number of questions have arisen as regards the effectiveness and productivity of online education, impacts of technology mediated communication on teaching and learning, and ways how to improve the whole process.

Thus, this issue of Lublin Studies in Modern Languages and Literature will publish original papers that demonstrate teaching and learning in virtual contexts, particularly the influence of technology mediated communication on online education, its possible challenges and obstacles as well as the remedies and ways to improve this mechanism.

Some suggested research areas, but not limited to the following topics, are listed below:

  • The effect of COVID-19 on distance teaching and learning
  • Digital tools in fostering SLA and literacy
  • Problems and challenges of technology mediated education
  • The effectiveness of online teaching and learning
  • Online teaching in expanding socio-interactional L2 competence
  • Developing intercultural competence through technology mediated communication

Both position papers and empirical research-based articles (language: English)  are welcome.

All papers will be subject to blind peer review.

Submission deadlines:

Abstract - 31/3/2021

Paper - 30/4/2021

Abstracts should be sent to:

Paper submissions must follow the authors’ guidelines of Lublin Studies in Modern Languages and Literature available at and they should be uploaded via MCSU online platform.

Looking forward to your submissions and wishing you an inspiring writing adventure,

Editorial Team

Posted: 2021-03-08
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