About the Journal
Deeds and Days is an interdisciplinary biannual peer-reviewed journal in Humanities and Social Sciences, named after the poem by the Ancient Greek author Hesiod. It has been published by Vytautas Magnus University in the pre-war period from 1930 to 1940. After reopening of the university in 1989 the journal reappeared in 1995 and is published up to now. Recently it has been published in both electronic (http://ejournals.vdu.lt.) and paper format. It is an Open Access journal using the platform of Open Journal Systems without any paper processing charges; its authors retain their copyright.
The objective of Deeds and Days is to provide an appropriate platform for conceptual discussions, theoretical developments, and specific findings in a wide range of disciplines in the fields of Humanities, Social Sciences, or any other related interdisciplinary research areas. It encourages modern methodological approaches that allow deep reflection on topics of paramount importance to state and society.
Deeds and Days looks for papers by Lithuanian and foreign authors that provide novel and original research valuable for its insights and results for a wide research community. Interdisciplinary research is highly preferred.
Lithuanian, English, German, and French are full-text publication languages; keywords and abstracts have to be written both in the language of the full paper and in English.