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Forum for Modern Language Studies: The Journal of Literary, Cultural and Linguistic Studies from the Middle Ages to the Present
Forum for Modern Language Studies publishes articles on all aspects of literature, linguistics and culture, from the Middle Ages to the present day. The journal aims to reflect the essential pluralism of research in modern languages and to provide a forum for worldwide scholarly discussion. It invites articles in the following subject areas: Arabic, Comparative Literature, English, French, German, Italian, Linguistics, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish. Submissions dealing with visual art, film and the performing arts are very welcome; each annual volume comprises four issues, two of which are normally special issues addressing topical themes and debates across the journal’s portfolio of languages, literatures and cultures.
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ABELL: Annual Bibliography, English Language & Literature
ABES (Annotated Bib. For English Studies)
Abstracts of English Studies
Arts and Humanities Citation Index®
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MLA International Bibliography
Literature Online (LION)
Periodicals Archive Online (PAO)
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