Atlantis. Journal of the Spanish Association for Anglo-American Studies

Atlantis is the journal of the Spanish Association of English Studies, AEDEAN (Asociación Española de Estudios Anglo-Norteamericanos). Since 1979 it has been publishing scholarly work in the area of English, covering a broad range of linguistic, literary and cultural topics. The Journal has a decidedly international outlook and encourages contributions from across the world. It is published twice a year, in June and December, and includes articles and book review articles. All proposals are double-blind peer-reviewed by experts. The journal does not have either article submission charges or article processing charges (APCs). As from issue 41.2 (December 2019), all content is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution NonCommercial ShareAlike 4.0 International Licence.

Atlantis is indexed in Journal Citation Reports® (JCR)/Social Sciences Edition, Arts and Humanities Citation Index® (A&HCI), Current Contents®/Arts & Humanities, Current Contents®/Social and Behavioral Sciences and Social Sciences Citation Index®. It is also indexed in SCOPUS, MLA, DICE, CAHRUS Plus+ and MIAR and disseminated by ERIHPlus, JSTOR, Latindex, The Year’s Work in English Studies, as well as by EBSCO and ProQuest databases, among other indexing and abstracting services.

Atlantis holds the Quality Seal for Excellence in Academic Journals awarded by the Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology (2014-2017, extended up to 2018; renewed for 2019-2020) (Sello de Calidad de Revistas Científicas Españolas, FECYT).

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2019: Vol. 41, Num. 2

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Articles

A Transcultural Approach to EIL Teaching and its Impact on Learners’ National Identities
DOI: http://doi.org/10.28914/Atlantis-2019-41.2.01
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José Igor Prieto-Arranz, Karen Jacob 11-33
Facework and Prosocial Teasing in a Synchronous Video Communication Exchange
DOI: http://doi.org/10.28914/Atlantis-2019-41.2.02
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Barry Pennock-Speck, Begoña Clavel-Arroitia 35-62
Mark-up and Annotation in the Corpus of Historical English Law Reports (CHELAR): Potential for Historical Genre Analysis
DOI: http://doi.org/10.28914/Atlantis-2019-41.2.03
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Paula Rodríguez-Puente, Cristina Blanco-García, Iván Tamaredo 63-84
Female Cycling and the Discourse of Moral Panic in Late Victorian Britain
DOI: http://doi.org/10.28914/Atlantis-2019-41.2.04
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Beata Kiersnowska 85-103
Returning to "Ezuversity": Feminism and Emancipation in the Letters of Ezra Pound to Forgotten Modernist Iris Barry, 1916-1917
DOI: http://doi.org/10.28914/Atlantis-2019-41.2.05
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Paula Camacho 105-121
T. S. Eliot in the Art of R. B. Kitaj: Anatomy of an Influence
DOI: http://doi.org/10.28914/Atlantis-2019-41.2.06
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Dídac Llorens-Cubedo 123-142
Pain and Narrative Shape: Beyond the Indocility of Trauma in Three Newfoundland Novels
DOI: http://doi.org/10.28914/Atlantis-2019-41.2.07
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María Jesús Hernáez Lerena 143-160
Louise Erdrich’s Future Home of the Living God: Uncertainty, Proleptic Mourning and Relationality in Native Dystopia
DOI: http://doi.org/10.28914/Atlantis-2019-41.2.08
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Silvia Martínez-Falquina 161-178
The Horror of Loss: Reading Jennifer Kent’s The Babadook as a Trauma Narrative
DOI: http://doi.org/10.28914/Atlantis-2019-41.2.09
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Paul Mitchell 179-196
Flying Solo: Mobility in Up in the Air
DOI: http://doi.org/10.28914/Atlantis-2019-41.2.10
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Isabel Treviño 197-211

Book review articles

Teaching L2 English Pronunciation: Research and Course Design
DOI: http://doi.org/10.28914/Atlantis-2019-41.2.11
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Celia Gorba 215-224