Since 1995, The AnaChronisT has been a forum for research published under the auspices of the Department of English Studies at Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest. As the journal's founder, Ágnes Péter, summed up its mission in the opening issue, "it is vital to create an intellectual ambience that would encourage a spirit of adventure, a hunger for the new, while preserving a respect for the more traditional scholarly practices worthy of our attention." The AnaChronisT provides an opportunity for academics as well as for advanced students for English language publication of their current work in the fields of English and American literature and cultural studies. The Budapest-based journal aims to further academic interaction between Hungarian and international scholars, while it also hopes to help early-career academics and students to join the scholarly community. 

The AnaChronisT is a double-blind peer-reviewed publication featuring in major research databases.

Current Issue​:

18.2

Disbelief in the Renaissance