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HyperCultura
HyperCultura

Publishing House: Universitatea Hyperion
Subject(s): Politics / Political Sciences, History, Anthropology, Philosophy, Social Sciences, Theatre, Dance, Performing Arts, Language and Literature Studies, Fine Arts / Performing Arts, Media studies, Visual Arts, Studies of Literature, Theology and Religion, Theory of Communication, Book-Review, Film / Cinema / Cinematography, Translation Studies
Frequency: 2 issues
Print ISSN: 2285-2115
Online-ISSN: 2559-2025
Status: Active

  • 2012
  • 2013
  • 2014
  • 2015
  • 2016
  • 2017
  • Issue No. 1/1
  • Issue No. 1/2
  • Issue No. 2/2
  • Issue No. 1/3
  • Issue No. 2/3
  • Issue No. 1/4
  • Issue No. 2/4
  • Issue No. 1/5
  • Issue No. 2/5
  • Issue No. 1/6
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Short Description

HyperCultura was founded in 2012 by the Department of Letters and Foreign Languages, Hyperion University, Bucharest. It is a biannual publication, with two issues each year, which has turned from a print and electronic version into an online journal. 

It encourages interdisciplinarity, with articles ranging from Cultural and Literary Studies to Language and Teaching. So far, all its volumes have been thematic, each theme being alloted two issues. Topics of interest today – Multiculturalism and/or Transculturalism, Indentity and Conflict in Cultural and Geopolitical Contexts, Cultural and Institutional Memory as a Means of Progress, Community and Communication from a Diachronic and Synchronic Perspective have been approached from a variety of angles. Nationhood, race, feminism, globalization, education, philosophy, the digital world, Romanianness, Irishness, Britishness, Americanness, rhetoric, medievalism, consumerism, history, narratology, bureaucracy, communication and art is just a summary of all the subjects included here.

HyperCultura is grateful to have received articles from close and very distant countries, sparking the interest of both Romania and Europe, Europe and America, and across the globe, reaching so far as India, and to have enjoyed the contributions of both young and old, junior and the most experienced scholars in the respective area of research. Throughout our forthcoming issues, we hope to encourage the debates even more.

Editorial board

Editor-in-chief
Sorina Georgescu – Hyperion University

Editorial team
Sandra Lucia Istrate – editorial assistant – Hyperion University
Andreea Sion – member- Hyperion University
Felix Nicolau – member – Lund University

Imprint

Universitatea Hyperion, Bucureşti
Facultatea de Litere şi Limbi Straine
Str. Popa Nan 90-92, Sector 2, Bucureşti

Contact: sorinamaria21@gmail.com