Interkulturalität in Sprache, Literatur und Bildung / Interculturality in Language, Literature and Education / Interkulturalita v jazyce, literatuře a vzdělání

 

Aim and Content

 

In today's world, being successful in professional and private life means to know how to properly communicate with representatives of both close and distant cultures. This involves not only understanding the language, but also understanding more or less distinct patterns of behavior and communication, and at the same time, knowledge of cultural and linguistic history. To a considerable extent, current values ​​and attitudes within various groups are determined by cultural and historical conditions. Very often, however, while teaching foreign languages, literature and history, the element of intercultural and transcultural communication is neglected. The regularly published proceedings Interkulturalität in Sprache, Literatur und Bildung / Interculturality in Language, Literature and Education are intended to address these issues, especially in the field of philology (language and literature), didactics of foreign languages, ​​and culture.

The contents of proceedings are peer-reviewed papers in German and English, always supplemented with an English summary. The contributions deal with the theme of communication between various cultural, national or linguistic groups, at present and in the past. The unifying theme is the reflection of "own" in relation to "foreign" as well as mutual coexistence and contacts between various linguistic and cultural communities. In their papers, the authors take contemporary knowledge in the particular scientific field into consideration.

 

ISSN 2336-5307 (Print), ISSN 2336-5315 (Online)

              

Proceedings are published every other year following the international conference called Interkulturelle Intercultural and Transcultural Dimensions in Linguistic, Cultural and Historical Context in October in Pardubice. The volume is published within the year after the conference. By submitting a paper for publication in our conference proceedings, the author agrees that his/her fulltext may be made available online for free.

 

First Volume

Knápek, Pavel (ed.)/ Beníšková, Bianca (ed.): Interkulturalität in Sprache, Literatur und Bildung / Interculturality in Language, Literature and Education / Interkulturalita v jazyce, literatuře a vzdělání 1/2014. Pardubice. ISBN 978-80-7395-752-0 (Print). ISBN 978-80-7395-753-7 (PDF). ISSN 2336-5307 (Print), ISSN 2336-5315 (Online).

https://eshop.upce.cz/fcgi/versot.fpl?fname=eo_vitejte&zobrazenastranka=eo_katalog_det%26_cenidno=9004598

 

Second Volume

Knápek, Pavel (ed.): Interkulturalität in Sprache, Literatur und Bildung / Interculturality in Language, Literature and Education / Interkulturalita v jazyce, literatuře a vzdělání 2/2016. Univerzita Pardubice. ISBN 978-80-7560-019-6 (Print). ISBN 978-80-7560-020-2 (PDF). ISSN 2336-5307 (Print), ISSN 2336-5315 (Online).

https://eshop.upce.cz/fcgi/versot.fpl?fname=eo_vitejte&zobrazenastranka=eo_katalog_det%26_cenidno=9004952

 

Third Volume

Beníšková, Bianca (ed.)/ Knápek, Pavel (ed.): Interkulturalität in Sprache, Literatur und Bildung / Interculturality in Language, Literature and Education / Interkulturalita v jazyce, literatuře a vzdělání 3/2018. Univerzita Pardubice. ISBN 978-80-7560-130-8 (Print). ISBN 978-80-7560-131-5 (PDF). ISSN 2336-5307 (Print), ISSN 2336-5315 (Online).

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Executive Editor

 

Mgr. Pavel Knápek, Ph.D.

Department of Foreign Languages

Faculty of Arts

University of Pardubice

E-Mail: pavel.knapek@upce.cz

 

Editorial Board

 

PhDr. Bianca Beníšková, Ph.D.

Department of Foreign Languages

Faculty of Arts

University of Pardubice

E-Mail: bianca.beniskova@upce.cz

 

 

PhDr. Jan Čapek, Ph.D.

Department of Foreign Languages

Faculty of Arts

University of Pardubice

E-Mail: jan.capek@upce.cz

 

 

Mgr. Hana Shánělová, Ph.D.

Department of Foreign Languages

Faculty of Arts

University of Pardubice

E-Mail: hana.shanelova@upce.cz

 

 

Ao. Prof. Ulrike Zitzlsperger

Department of Modern Languages

College of Humanities

University of Exeter

U.C.Zitzlsperger@exeter.ac.uk

 

 

Dr. Tanja Žigon

Department of Translation
Faculty of Arts
University of Ljubljana
tanja.zigon@ff.uni-lj.si

 

 

Prof. dr. Balogh F. András

Department of German Language and Literature

Babes-Bolyai University

Cluj-Napoca

balogh.f.andras@btk.elte.hu

 

 

Ao.Prof. Dr. Matjaž Birk

Department of German Language and Literature

Faculty of Arts

University of Maribor

matjaz.birk@um.si

 

 

Lector univ. Dr. Raluca Radulescu

Institut für Germanistik

Faculty of Language and Literature

University of Bucharest

raluca.radulescu@lls.unibuc.ro

 

 

PD Dr. Gerd-Ulrich Bauer

Department of Intercultural German Language and Literature

Faculty of Language and Literature

E-Mail: gerd.ulrich.bauer@uni-bayreuth.de

 

 

Dr. Sandra Vlasta

University Vienna

Department of Comparative Literature

E-Mail: sandra.vlasta@univie.ac.at

 

 

Mgr. Jana Hrdličková, Ph.D.

Department of German Language and Literature

Faculty of Arts

University of Ústí nad Labem

E-Mail: jhrdlickova@yahoo.de

 

 

Prof. Dr. habil. Ingrid Hudabiunigg

Department of Foreign Languages

Faculty of Arts

University of Pardubice

E-Mail: ingrid.hudabiunigg@upce.cz

 

 

Mgr. Jan Kubica, Ph.D.

Department of German Language

Faculty of Education

Palacký University of Olomouc

E-Mail: jan.kubica@upol.cz

 

 

 

doc. PhDr. Jana Ondráková, Ph.D.

Department of German Language and Literature

Faculty of Education

University of Hradec Králové

E-Mail: jana.ondrakova@uhk.cz

 

 

Kateřina Smejkalová

Department of Foreign Languages

Faculty of Social and Economic Studies

University of J.E. Purkyně in Ústí nad Labem

E-Mail: Katerina.Smejkalova@ujep.cz

 

 

PhDr. Olga Vomáčková, Ph.D.

Department of German Language

Faculty of Education

Palacký University of Olomouc

E-Mail: olga.vomackov@upol.cz

 

Acceptance Criteria

Each article is a subject to an evaluation process both by the editorial board and two reviewers (by means of double-blind peer reviews). 

We accept contributions written in German and English. Conference participants can send their contributions within two months after the conference at the latest. The paper must be formatted according to the rules given in the "Instructions for Authors". The recommended length of individual contributions is 8–15 standard pages. We only accept previously unpublished contributions reflecting current research and bringing original results in the particular scientific fields.

We have zero tolerance for plagiarism and actively guard against it. Plagiarism ranges from verbatim quoting, paraphrasing or taking ideas from other sources without acknowledgment of it. Authors suspected of plagiarism will be asked for explanation. Any proved misconduct will be reprimanded and in serious cases announced to authors’ home institutions or relevant scientific boards.  Both the editorial board and the reviewers assess whether any misconduct has been committed and decide what measures will be taken.

 

Acceptance Procedure

The criteria for the approval of contributions are as follows:
- the subject of the article agrees with the focus of the conference
- the article meets basic scientific and ethical standards (originality, professionalism, quality of argumentation, etc.)
- the article is written in correct language. If you are not a native English speaker, we strongly recommend that you have your article proofread by a native speaker. 
- the article follows the formatting rules

If the submitted article meets the above mentioned criteria, it will be subjected to two reviewers - double-blind peer reviews. The reviewers will evaluate the professional quality of the submitted articles and assess whether all the other acceptance criteria have been met as well. They will recommend (or refuse) the article for publication and/or provide suggestions for revision.

 

Publication Ethics

The publication ethics of the Interculturality in Language, Literature and Education conference proceedings is primarily based on the declaration of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE) available at www.publicationethics.org and the rules presented by Elsevier in The Publishing Ethics Resource Kit (PERK). These rules define the duties of authors, editors, reviewers, and the editorial board.

Authors’ responsibilities: presentation of original research that has not been published previously, provision of complete and correct information about authorship and co-authorship, adherence to an appropriate and correct citation and quotation practice, following guidelines for authors, responding to reviewers’ comments and making modifications based on these comments, proper acknowledgement of all sources of author’s research, prompt notification of the editor in case of an author’s discovering a significant error or inaccuracy in his/her own published work.   

Editorial responsibilities: responsibility for the conference proceedings’ content, responsibility and authority to accept or reject articles, responsibility for a fair and appropriate peer-review process and preservation of anonymity of both reviewers and authors within the peer-review process, responsibility for transparency in taking final decisions - cooperation within the editorial board especially in cases of  possible appeals of the authors against reviewers’ comments and other complaints, fairness  – adhering to policy with no regard to race, gender, sexual orientation, religious belief, ethnic origin, citizenship, or political philosophy of the authors, responsibility for taking appropriate measures in cases of alleged or proven scientific misconduct, responsibility to react in an appropriate way to possible whistle-blowers’ notifications – thorough and objective investigations of suspicions, preservation of anonymity of whistle-blowers.

Reviewers’ responsibilities: responsibility for objective assessment supported by clear arguments, including the consideration of the current research, responsibility for adhering to general ethical standards – reviewers are obliged to reject assessments of submitted papers if they find themselves in any conflicts of interests, responsibility not to use any information stated in the submitted articles for personal or other gain, responsibility for a fair and appropriate peer-review – adhering to policy with no regard to race, gender, sexual orientation, religious belief, ethnic origin, citizenship, or political philosophy of the authors, responsibility for treating manuscripts as confidential documents - i.e. not revealing them to other persons than executive editors, possibility to assist the authors in improving their articles via the editorial communication.

Editorial board’s responsibilities: being a guarantee for the above mentioned rules for editors, reviewers and authors, cooperation with the executive editors in taking decisions - final decisions in acceptance, rejecting and also assessment of cases of misconduct.

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