Íkala, Revista de Lenguaje y Cultura
ISSN (printed): 0123-3432. ISSN (electronic): 2145-566X.
Íkala, Revista de Lenguaje y Cultura is a scientific and peer-reviewed journal published every four months on the first day of January, May and September. It is sponsored by the Escuela de Idiomas at the Universidad de Antioquia and covers topics such as: culture, language, linguistics, literature, translation, second and foreign language teaching and learning. Íkala's mission is to offer an international forum for sophisticated yet grounded academic debates on issues related to languages and cultures through empirical, conceptual and exploratory research and creative scholarship; a forum that enriches the discipline as well as the individual members of a worldwide academic community. Íkala´s main sections are research and reflection articles, case reports and reviews. Íkala accepts original and unpublished articles in all living languages and has a printed and an electronic version where all articles are offered in open access on the Web. From its inception in 1996, Íkala has welcomed a diversity of voices and languages, as evidenced by its name which in the indigenous language of Tule means "topic of great importance". Íkala upholds the highest commitment to meeting international standards in scientific journals as indicated by its inclusion in several international bibliographic databases.
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