CALL: the Irish Journal for Culture, Arts, Literature and Language is a peer-reviewed journal which has been set up as a vehicle for conference-based, themed or project-generated collections of contributions in the field of culture, arts, literature and language. The journal encourages not only topics and themes of a transcultural nature, but also transnational, intercultural, interdisciplinary and comparative approaches to such subject matter. It aims to provide innovative insights across national borders, regional interests and cultural spheres. the journal aims to include creative material as well as experimental or unconventional treatments of any given theme or issue
As the journal is issue-based, each issue is compiled and edited by its own editing team. There is an expectation that each team follow the style guidelines, except where there is good reason to offer an alternative format. The continuity editor will provide assistance, but the responsibility for each issue and the peer-reviewing of its contributions resides with its editing team or supervisory panel.
The current Supervisory Board acts for the first two issues of CALL, which hosts the proceedings of the Modern Languages Symposium 2011 and 2013 organised by the then Royal Irish Academy's Committee for Modern Language, Literary and Cultural Studies (2009-2014).
The Supervisory Board encourages colleagues across Ireland, and indeed further afield, to contact the continuity editor with any proposals.