ESP Across Cultures - Rivista in Open Access

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🇬🇧 ESP Across Cultures is a double blind peer reviewed international journal that publishes theoretical, descriptive and applied studies on varieties of English pertaining to a wide range of specialized fields of knowledge, such as agriculture, art and humanities, commerce, economics, education and vocational training, environmental studies, finance, information technology, law, media studies, medicine, politics, religion, science, the social sciences, sports, technology and engineering, tourism, and transport. The journal addresses a readership composed of academics, professionals, and students interested in English for special purposes particularly from a cross-cultural perspective. The aim of the journal is to bring together scholars, practitioners, and young researchers working in different specialized language domains and in different disciplines with a view to developing an interdisciplinary and cross-cultural approach to the study of ESP.

  ESP Across Cultures is indexed in Scopus and is covered in Linguistics & Language Behaviour Abstracts, MLA International Bibliography, Translation Studies Abstracts and Bibliography of Translation Studies.

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Chief editor: Christopher Williams (Università di Foggia)
Assistant editor: Denise Milizia (Università di Bari)

Editorial Board: Mona Baker (University of Manchester, UK); Marina Bondi (University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy); Delia Chiaro (School for Interpreters and Translators, Forlì, Italy); Ilse Depraetere (University of Lille III, France); Rodica Dimitriu (University of Iasi, Romania); Marina Dossena (University of Bergamo, Italy); Tatiana Dubrovskaya (Penza State University, Russia); Laura Gavioli (University of Modena, Italy); Maurizio Gotti (University of Bergamo, Italy); Shaeda Isani (University of Grenoble Stendhal 3, France); David Katan (University of Salento, Italy); Juana Marín Arrese (University Complutense of Madrid, Spain); Monique Mémet (École normale Supérieure de Cachan, France); George Murdoch (York St. John University, UK); Shanta nair Venugopal (University of Kebangsaan, Malaysia); Päivi Pahta (University of Tampere, Finland); Françoise Salager-Meyer (University of Los Andes, Mérida, Venezuela); Christina Schäffner (Aston University, Birmingham, UK); Elena Seoane (University of Vigo, Spain); Christopher Taylor (University of Trieste, Italy); Elena Tognini Bonelli (University of Siena, Italy), Michel Van der Yeught (University of Aix Marseille, France); Nur Yigitoglu (Middle East Technical University northern Cyprus Campus, Turkey).

ISSN: 1972-8247

🇮🇹 “ESP Across Cultures” è una rivista internazionale con la “revisione a doppio cieco” che pubblica studi teorici, descrittivi ed applicati su varietà di inglese che appartengono ad una vasta gamma di campi specializzati della conoscenza, come agricoltura, arte e studi umanistici, commercio, economia, istruzione e formazione professionale, studi ambientali, finanza, informatica, giurisprudenza, studi mediatici, medicina, politica, religione, scienza, scienze sociali, sport, tecnologia ed ingegneria, turismo, trasporto. La rivista si rivolge ad un pubblico composto da accademici, professionisti e studenti interessati all’inglese per scopi specifici, soprattutto da una prospettiva interculturale. Lo scopo della rivista è quello di unire studiosi, professionisti e giovani ricercatori che lavorano in ambiti linguistici settoriali diversi con l’intento di sviluppare un approccio interdisciplinare ed interculturale allo studio dell’inglese per scopi specifici.

  ESP Across Cultures è indicizzata in Scopus ed è inserita in Linguistics & Language Behaviour Abstracts, MLA International Bibliography, Translation Studies Abstracts and Bibliography of Translation Studies.

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