ISSN (online) : 2145-566X | ISSN (print) 0123-3432

Íkala, Revista de Lenguaje y Cultura is a quarterly peer-reviewed scientific journal, whose aim is to provide an academic forum for informed and respectful debate on current topics dealing with language, linguistics, literature, translation, and language teaching-learning, among others. From its inception in 1996, Íkala has published articles in several languages, such as English, Spanish, French, and Portuguese, aiming to include a multiplicity of voices and to unravel through them what Íkala, in its original Thule name means —“issues of the utmost importance”.

  • Format: On line
  • Periodicity: Every four months
  • Peer review: Double-blind
  • No APCs
  • Rejection rate: 85.5%
  • This journal provides open access


Meet the authors of the article "Creative Reception of Literary Works: A Research-Creation Model Based on Alice Munro's Short Stories"


Current Issue

Vol. 27 No. 3 (2022): Special Issue: Decoloniality in ELT: The South Writes Back
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This special issue deals with a thorny issue that questions the core of deeply rooted assumptions in ELT and proposes a myriad of approaches to English teaching otherwise. The cover and dividers that adorn it display different details of the work "Interacción", by talented Colombian artist Laura Carolina Osorio
Villa. Learn more about the artist here.

Published: 2022-09-16

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