Faculty of English, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań
Polish-AngloSaxon Studies was initiated in 1987 by Professor Wojciech Lipoński. It is published by the Faculty of English, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, Poland. International and interdisciplinary in scope, it carries original articles on all aspects of cultural relations between Poland and English-speaking nations, in their historical as well as contemporary dimension. It also welcomes review articles and book reviews. The journal is included in the collections of the British Library, the Library of Congress, the Cambridge University Library, the Yale University Library and other libraries in Poland and worldwide. It is listed in the ERIH PLUS index of scholarly journals.
John J. Bukowczyk, Wayne State University, Detroit
Richard Butterwick-Pawlikowski, University College London
Marek Gołębiowski, University of Warsaw
PASS Volume 1 (1987) Table of Contents
PASS Volume 2 (1991) Table of Contents
PASS Volume 3-4 (1992) Table of Contents
PASS Volume 5 (1994) Table of Contents
PASS Volume 6-7 (1997) Table of Contents
PASS Volume 8-9 (2000) Table of Contents
PASS Volume 10-11 (2003) Table of Contents
PASS Volume 12-13 (2007) Table of Contents
PASS Volume 14-15 (2011) Table of Contents
PASS Volume 16 (2013) Table of Contents
PASS Volume 17 (2014) Table of Contents
PASS Volume 18 (2015) Table of Contents
PASS Volume 19 (2016) Table of Contents
The content of the journal is available online via AMUR, the Adam Mickiewicz University Repository.
The printed version of PASS remains the journal’s main version.
Guidelines for Authors
The language of the journal is English.
Articles published by PASS usually range between 4,000 and 15,000 words, but longer text can also be occasionally accepted. Published articles will be accompanied by abstracts and lists of keywords (see below for details). Together with the names of the Authors, the journal will publish their institutional affiliation, as well as email addresses.
Manuscripts, formatted in accordance with the PASS stylesheet (see below for details), should be sent as file attachments (MS Word type, PC-readable), to PASS’s email address (firstname.lastname@example.org). In the email the Author's or Authors' institutional affiliation and full contact details (email and postal addresses, telephone number) should be included.
submitting manuscripts to PASS,
Authors are requested to avoid simultaneous submission of them to other
Submitted articles will be subjected to a double-blind peer review process. After an initial acceptance of a text by the Editors (with a focus on the scope and form of the submission), at least two external anonymous reviewers will be asked to assess the text and to comment upon it. Their recommendations as to the potential publication of the article (publish, publish after revisions, reject), as well as their particular comments, will be forwarded to the Authors, together with the Editors’ decision.
For the sake of maintaining best academic practices, we request all Authors to reveal, when submitting their texts, all the relevant information as to the authorship of the texts, the respective contributions of the authors of multi-author texts, as well as to make disclosure statements regarding financial support (if any) for the research presented. (“Ghost-writing” and “guest authorship” are offences against academic integrity; should they occur, the Editors will have no choice but to report them to the academic community and institutions.)
Publishing a text in PASS includes granting by the Author(s) a non-exclusive licence to the Adam Mickiewicz University to store the text digitally and to make it available in the Adam Mickiewicz University Repository.
All contributions should follow the PASS stylesheet:
Examples of footnotes:
V. Greene, For God and Country: The Rise of Polish and Lithuanian Ethnic Consciousness in America, 1860-1910, The State Historical Society of Wisconsin, Madison 1975, p. 5.
J. Jedlicki, The Image of America in Poland, 1776-1945, “Reviews in American History”, vol. IV, no. 4 (1986), pp. 669-670.
edited book (referred to as a whole)
H. Shaked and I. Rabinovich, eds., The Middle East and the United States: Perceptions and Policies, Transactions Books, New Brunswick, NJ 1980.
contribution to an edited book
A. Durant, Facts and Meaning in British Cultural Studies, [in:] Studying British Cultures: An Introduction, ed. S. Bassnett, Routledge, London 1997, pp. 22-23.
magazine or newspaper article
J. A. Rzewuski, Kawior dla buntownika (Caviar for the Rebel), “Wprost”, 14 May 2006, p. 104.
B. Edginton, A Cross-Cultural Approach to British Studies, “British Studies Web Pages”, 2003, British Council, date of access: 27 Feb. 2004, http://elt.britcoun.org.pl/v_paper.htm.
Examples of references:
Bassnett, S., ed., Studying British Cultures: An Introduction, Routledge, London 1997.
Durant, A., Facts and Meaning in British Cultural Studies, [in:] S. Bassnett, ed., pp. 19-38.
Edginton, B., A Cross-Cultural Approach to British Studies, “British Studies Web Pages”, 2003, British Council, date of access: 27 Feb. 2004, http://elt.britcoun.org.pl/v_paper.htm.
Greene, V., For God and Country: The Rise of Polish and Lithuanian Ethnic Consciousness in America, 1860-1910, The State Historical Society of Wisconsin, Madison 1975.
Jedlicki, J., The Image of America in Poland, 1776-1945, “Reviews in American History”, vol. IV, no. 4 (1986), pp. 669-686.
Rzewuski, J. A., Kawior dla buntownika (Caviar for the Rebel), “Wprost”, 14 May 2006, pp. 104-107.
Shaked H. and I. Rabinovich, eds., The Middle East and the United States: Perceptions and Policies, Transactions Books, New Brunswick, NJ 1980.
Example of an entry in the List of Figures:
1. Tadeusz Ulatowski, Dawniej pracowaliśmy dla nich, dziś pracujemy dla siebie (We Used to Work for Them, Today We Work for Ourselves), cartoon, “Szpilki”, 10 Feb. 1952, p. 9.
List of Reviewers
Polish-AngloSaxon Studies, Prof. Wojciech Lipoński, Dr. hab. Janusz Kaźmierczak, Faculty of English (WA), Adam Mickiewicz University, al. Niepodległości 4, 61-874 Poznań, Poland. Email: email@example.com.
Faculty of English
Adam Mickiewicz University
Last modified: 4 December 2017