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Werkwinkel is a peer-reviewed scientific journal which is published twice annually, either as standard or themed issues. Scientific articles in the broad fields of Dutch and South African Studies (culture, language and literature) are published in English, Dutch and Afrikaans. The editorial board also allows space for views and reviews of the newest publications in these fields.
Werkwinkel appears on the "European Reference Index for the Humanities" and on the list of scientific journals, recognised by the Polish government.
Werkwinkel has no article processing chargers (APCs) nor article submission charges.
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Werkwinkel seeks to create a forum for exchanging ideas and opinions and for the publication of research results in the field of Dutch and South African Studies (culture, literature, language).
Werkwinkel is a peer- reviewed journal and appears on the "European Reference Index for the Humanities" and on the list of scientific journals, recognised by the Polish government.
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Jerzy Koch, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland
Katarzyna Wiercińska, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland
Editorial Advisory Board
David Attwell (York)
C.J. Conradie (Johannesburg)
Theo D'haen (Leuven)
G.J. Dorleijn (Groningen)
Joan Hambidge (Cape Town / Kaapstad)
Siegfried Huigen (Wrocław)
Ernst Kotzé (Port Elizabeth)
Maria-Theresia Leuker (Köln)
Bert Paasman (Amsterdam)
O.J. Praamstra (Leiden)
Wim Rutgers (Aruba)
T.L. Vaessens (Amsterdam)
H.P. van Coller (Bloemfontein)
Louise Viljoen (Stellenbosch)
Małgorzata Drwal, Christopher Joby, Karen Kuhn, Robertus de Louw, Nancy Saeys
De Gruyter Poland
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01-811 Warsaw, Poland
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Volume 11 (2016): Edition 2 (November 2016)
Cross-Over 27-28 februari 2015 Poznań. Het tweejaarlijkse congres van de internationale neerlandistiek / Cross-Over 27-28 February 2015 Poznań. The Biennial International Conference on Netherlandic Studies
Volume 11 (2016): Edition 1 (June 2016)
Special issue title: Cross-Over 27-28 februari 2015 Poznań. Het tweejaarlijkse congres van de internationale neerlandistiek / Cross-Over 27-28 February 2015 Poznań. The Biennial International Conference on Netherlandic Studies
Please submit your manuscripts to Werkwinkel via Editorial Manager
Open Access Statement
The journal is an Open Access journal that allows a free unlimited access to all its contents without any restrictions upon publication to all users.