About the journal
MIFLC Review was established in 1990 as the official journal of the Mountain Interstate Foreign Language Conference. Our organization provides an academic forum for all those involved in the advancement of teaching, scholarship, and research of classic and modern foreign languages and their literature at all levels, and related areas, in the states of Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia, and West Virginia.
MIFLC Review publishes critical and original studies as well as interdisciplinary, comparative, linguistic, and pedagogical articles based on the presentations given at the annual MIFLC meeting. The journal contains critical essays and book reviews which must be written in English, French or Spanish. While the forum provided by the Conference is primarily for those members residing in the above-mentioned states, the editors of MIFLC Review welcome submissions from interested persons who reside in other states or abroad. Only MIFLC members may submit manuscripts. The journal is a peer-reviewed publication which has a policy of blind submissions. Please see our Editorial Policy for additional guidelines.