ES REVIEW. SPANISH JOURNAL OF ENGLISH STUDIES (E-ISSN 2531-1654; P-ISSN 2531-1646) is a double-blind, peer-reviewed academic journal founded in 1971 and published annually, both online and in print, by the Department of English at the University of Valladolid.

The journal, formerly known first as ES (1971-1983) and later as ES. Revista de Filología Inglesa (1990-2016), is broadly dedicated to the field of English Studies and publishes scholarly essays and book reviews on all matters pertinent to the critical study of the English language and literature(s). Comprehensive in scope, ES Review, however, seeks to advance knowledge and disseminate research findings in the particular area of the linguistic, literary and cultural connections between Spain and the English-speaking world.

ES Review is an online open access (OA) journal. Its contributions are fully accessible through this official website, as well as through the DOAJ, MLA International BibliographyLION, Dialnet and UVaDOC repositories.

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ES REVIEW Now Listed in DOAJ


We are delighted to announce that ES Review has been accepted into DOAJ, the Directory of Open Access Journals. This will certainly increase the visibility, impact, distribution and usage of our journal content: 300 000 visitors a month from all over the world, aggregators, databases, libraries, publishers and search portals (e.g. Scopus, Serial Solutions and EBSCO) collect its metadata and include it in their products, and articles are automatically harvestable and linkable. This is great news for us and our prospective contributors.

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Current Issue: No 39 (2018)

Published: 14/12/2018



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