This journal is co-published with Akadémiai Kiadó. Founded in 1828, Akadémiai Kiadó is a leading STM publisher in Hungary. It publishes more than 60 peer-reviewed international journals which represent a score of scientific fields and are managed by Editorial Boards from Hungary, Poland, Germany and the UK.
Neohelicon welcomes studies on all aspects of comparative and world literature, critical theory and practice. In the discussion of literary historical topics (including literary movements, epochs, or regions), analytical contributions based on a solidly-anchored methodology are preferred.