|Editor-in-Chief:||Dolores Rangel, Georgia Southern University|
|Editor Emeritus and Founding Editor:||Jorge W. Suazo, Georgia Southern University|
The Coastal Review is an open access, peer-reviewed journal published annually by the Department of Foreign Languages at Georgia Southern University. Indexed by EBSCO and MLA International Bibliography, The Coastal Review publishes and promotes interdisciplinary scholarship from the Southeast United States and beyond. The journal publishes original research articles in the field of Foreign Languages, including but not limited to Arabic, Classics, French, German, East Asian languages, and Spanish, and studies of language, literature, culture, pedagogy, and film.
The Coastal Review invites manuscripts on an open and rolling basis and publishes articles as soon as they are accepted. In addition, presenters at the annual Southeast Coastal Conference on Languages and Literatures (SECCLL) are encouraged to submit an extended and thoroughly revised manuscript of their presentation for possible inclusion in the Journal. The Coastal Review may also solicit manuscripts and publish special issues from time to time.
Child Naming Practice and Changing Trends in Modern Japan