Focus and Scope

DIGLOSIA accepts research articles in the fields of:

Literature Review and Literature Learning
1. Literary criticism
2. Oral tradition and oral literature
3. Regional literature
4. Gender and Feminism
5. Children's literature
6. Queer studies
7. Film studies
8. Urban and Gothic literature
9. Popular literature
10. Psychology of literature
11. Sociology of literature
12. Literature for education
13. Development of literary learning
14. Cyber ‚Äč‚Äčliterature
15. Philology
16. Ecocritics
17. Literary history
18. Comparative literature
19. Other literary studies

Language Studies and Language Learning
1. General linguistics
2. Regional languages
3. Study of phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, pragmatics
4. Anthropolinguistics and ethnolinguistics
5. Ecolinguistics
6. Sociolinguistics
7. Psycholinguistics
8. Forensic linguistics
9. Neurolinguistics
10. Critical discourse analysis
11. Lexicography
12. Comparative historical linguistics
13. Statistical
14. Computational linguistics
15. Dialectology
16. Systemic functional linguistics
17. Development of language learning
18. Linguistics for education
19. Other linguistic studies

DIGLOSIA also accepts interdisciplinary studies that are relevant to the study of literature, languages, as well as language and literature learning. Starting in Volume 3 issue 3 (2020), we are reluctant to accept classroom action research articles. All articles of classroom action research are expected to focus on research and development. The editor will reject articles that are not by the focus and scope of DIGLOSIA.