About the Journal

The Universal Library of Languages and Literatures provides a platform for professors, scientists, research scholars and students all over the world for the publication of new developments in the field of Languages and Literatures.

The journal is an international peer-reviewed, open access and online publisher. It publishes original articles, research articles, review articles, short reports and editorial articles in all areas of Language and Linguistics, Literature and Literary Theory, Linguistics and Language.

It also encourages great scientific research from low-income countries to support open access publishing and to share knowledge with a global research audience.

Submit Manuscript

Please submit the manuscript at Online Submission or you could email the manuscript as an attachment to Editorial Office at email id editor@ulopenaccess.com

Scope of the Journal

The journal focuses on the latest developments in all fields of Languages and Literatures.

The journal covers a broad range of topics, including but not limited to:

  • Afro-American Literature
  • African Literature
  • American Fiction
  • American Literature
  • Asian Languages and Literature
  • Assemblage
  • Biographic Arts
  • British Literature
  • Class and Culture in Literature and Film
  • Conflict and Community
  • Creative Writing
  • Critical Writing
  • Current Issue
  • Decolonizing Drama and Performance in Africa
  • Disability Studies
  • Drama
  • European Literature
  • Film and Literature
  • Fundamentals of Languages
  • History of the English Language
  • Hamlet and Critical Methods
  • India in English
  • International Cinema
  • Language Studies
  • Linguistics
  • Literature of American Diversity
  • Literature Theory and Practice
  • Literary Discourse
  • Literary Research Methods
  • Literary Studies
  • Narrative and Memory
  • Novel
  • Poetry
  • Problems in the Study of Gender and Sexuality
  • Professional Writing
  • Psychoanalytic Approaches to Literature
  • Rebels in Literature and Music
  • Romanticism
  • Short Story
  • Studies in Trauma Literature
  • The Age of Chaucer
  • The Age of Shakespeare
  • The Epic Tradition
  • Thinking and Writing across the Curriculum
  • Translation & Interpreting Studies
  • Uncovering Fairytales, Myth, Folktales, and Ghost Stories
  • Victorian Literature
  • Women in Literature and Psychology
  • World Literature
  • Women's Literature