A Journal of the Romanian Society of English and American Studies (RSEAS)



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ISSN print 1224-3086, ISSN-L 1224-3086

ISSN online 2457-7715, ISSN-L 1224-3086

Frequency of publication: Annual



Hortensia Pârlog, University of Timișoara 


Mircea Mihăieș, University of Timișoara

Loredana Pungă, University of Timișoara

Dana Percec, University of Timișoara



Adrian Cîntar, University of Timișoara



Iosif Stroia



Published annually, in the month of May, since 1996, B.A.S. - British and American Studies is a peer-reviewed academic journal whose main aim is to promote new scholarship, to facilitate the exchange of information related to the latest research findings in the fields of literatures in English, English language, as well as culture in English speaking countries. B.A.S. has an international advisory board, made up of well known specialists in these fields. Contributions are in English; many are selected from the papers presented at the annual, international BAS conference, organized at the West University of Timișoara. However, the journal also welcomes other submissions.


B.A.S. British and American Studies does not charge any article submission and processing fees.


B.A.S. British and American Studies publishes fully open access articles, which means that all articles are available to all Internet users, without restrictions, immediately after their online publication. Non-commercial use and distribution of the articles are permitted, provided that proper citation rules are followed.



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