Journal American and British Studies Annual


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Mission statement:

The American and British Studies Annual (ABSA) is a scholarly peer-reviewed journal focused on American and British cultural studies. Our aim is to create a platform for scholarly exchange not only within the Czech Republic but internationally. We seek original articles that explore wide range of issues concerning American and British literature, visual arts, music and other cultural phenomena as well as cultural history. The editors encourage submissions from scholars working in various disciplines with interests in American and British cultures, as well as articles with interdisciplinary perspectives on those cultures. We also devote a portion of the journal to outstanding undergraduate student contributions.


In 2010, the American and British Studies Annual was enlisted in the National Index of Peer-reviewed Scholarly Periodicals published in the Czech Republic.


The journal is also listed in the SCOPUS database and in the ERIH Plus list (European Reference Index for the Humanities and Social Sciences) of the European Science Foundation (ESF) and the Norwegian Social Science Data Services (NSD).

Contributions, reviews and announcements respecting guidelines for submissions are welcome at The deadline is 31 May.

All submissions will be subject to anonymous double-blind peer review. Our reviewers are experts from various universities and research institutions in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, United States and other countries.

By submitting a paper for publication in ABSA, the author agrees that its fulltext may be made available online in EBSCOhost database.


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Department of English and American Studies

Faculty of Arts and Philosophy

University of Pardubice

Studentská 84

532 10 Pardubice

Czech Republic



Editorial Board:

Chief editor: Šárka Bubíková, University of Pardubice

Executive editors: Ladislav Vít & Olga Roebuck, University of Pardubice

Board members:

Antonella Cagnolati, University of Foggia

Bernie Higgins, Charles University, Prague

Petr Chalupský, Charles University, Prague

Stanislav Kolář, University of Ostrava

Zofia Kolbuszewska, John Paul II Catholic University, Lublin

Bożena Kucała, Jagiellonian University, Krakow

Bohuslav Mánek, University of Hradec Králové

Lucie Podroužková, Masaryk University, Brno

Daniel Paul Sampey, University of Pardubice

ISSN: 1803-6058
Indiviual issues can be ordered at:

Volume 2 (2009)