New German Review: A Journal of Germanic Studies
Published Since: 1985
New German Review: A Journal of Germanic Studies is accepting submissions for Volume 27. Deadline: February 15.
New German Review: A Journal of Germanic Studies is accepting submissions for Volume 27. Deadline: February 15. Since 1985, the New German Review: A Journal of Germanic Studies has been a medium for graduate students to share their ideas with the academic community worldwide.
We strongly encourage contributions within the broader field of German studies, including articles that deal with art history, cultural studies, critical theory, history, literature, linguistics, and philosophy. Book reviews and interviews also form an essential part of our publication.
The New German Review is peer-reviewed and edited by graduate students in the Department of Germanic Languages at UCLA. Submissions must comply with MLA conventions, with endnotes and works cited. Articles should be between 15 and 25 pages, and book reviews should not exceed 2 pages. Articles may be written in either German or English. Please submit manuscripts prepared for blind review in electronic form by February 15, 2013 on NGR's open access eScholarship website.
PowerPoint chronicling NGR's eScholarship training session with the Berkeley Electronic Press in the GSA Media Studio on November 11, 2009: http://gsa.asucla.ucla.edu/sites/default/files/NGR-bepresstraining.ppt
Co-Editor, Jamie Zelechoski, UCLA
Co-Editor, Nickolas de Carlo, UCLA
Co-Editor, Vicky Gabriel, UCLA
New German Review
Department of Germanic Languages
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