Editorial Policy

Angles: New Perspectives on the Anglophone World (ISSN: 2274-2042) is an international, scholarly, peer-reviewed journal published bi-annually online by the SAES (Société des Anglicistes de l’Enseignement Supérieur). It is indexed by MLA, EBSCO, ERIH Plus, and others.

Aim and Scope

This interdisciplinary journal has a triple aim:

  1. to encourage innovative interdisciplinary research;

  2. to make cutting-edge research freely available through an open access policy;

  3. to make full use of the possibilities offered by digital publication and different modes of expression: text, image, video, podcasts, hyperlinks…

Each thematic issue contains 8–12 articles selected by a guest editor after a double-blind peer-review process. Additional, off-topic articles submitted to the same process are published in a separate ‘Varia’ section. These off-topic articles may respond to articles previously published in Angles.

The journal fosters scholarly risk-taking and experimentation by junior and senior researchers. Angles accepts academic contributions partly, or wholly, in non-traditional forms (documentary film, short story, comic book, manifesto, pamphlet…). Angles also encourages proposals from specialists wishing to explore a different field of study than their own.

Prospective guest editors should be willing to submit their introduction to their thematic issue in a non-traditional format, typically in the form of a video. The journal’s Editorial Team usually assists guest editors in this regard, and you do not need prior video-making skills to submit a proposal.

Copyright / Open Access

All articles are fully Open Access. The copyright is retained by the author(s) under the terms and conditions of the Creative Commons Attribution License (CC BY).

Authors are not charged publication fees, as these are fully covered by the SAES.

All submissions must be original research. We will not consider articles being simultaneously submitted elsewhere, nor will we print essays to appear in a book published within 6 months of scheduled publication by Angles.


All topics should relate to the Anglophone world (eg. in the choice of corpus, theoretical framework, etc.), without limitation on the discipline or the approach chosen. We particularly welcome proposals that include different sub-disciplines, periods, geographic areas, etc.

Submission guidelines

Receipt of manuscripts will be acknowledged by email. Detailed information and deadlines for prospective Authors and Guest editors is available here: http://angles.saesfrance.org/index.php?id=80

Book reviews

Angles does not publish Book reviews.