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Edited by Hans Adler, University of Wisconsin–Madison
Book Review Editor Sabine Gross, University of Wisconsin–Madison
Published four times per year
Founded in 1899, Monatshefte für deutschsprachige Literatur und Kultur is the oldest continuing journal of German studies in the U.S. It offers scholarly articles dealing with the literatures and cultures of German-speaking countries from both most advanced and traditional theoretical and historical perspectives. Monatshefte is open to all scholarly approaches that help to improve our understanding of literature and culture. Each issue contains extensive book reviews of current scholarship in German Studies. Every Winter issue features Personalia, a listing of college and university German Department personnel from across the U.S. and Canada, and special surveys and articles dealing with professional concerns.
Rereading Adorno, Monatshefte Vol. 94 #1, available on JSTOR|
Johann Gottfried Herder 1744–1803, Monatshefte vol. 95 #2
Integrität, Monatshefte vol. 97 #2
Encounters with Schiller, Monatshefte vol. 97 #3
The Art of Hearing, Monatshefte vol. 98 #2
Dea Loher: Monatshefte vol. 99 #3
100th Volume Special Issue, Monatshefte vol. 100 #1
Writing in Images, Monatshefte vol. 102 #3
H.G. Adler—Dichter Gelehrter Zeuge, Monatshefte vol. 103 #2
Kafkas Spätstil/Kafka’s Late Style, Monatshefte vol. 103 #3
Observation in Science and Literature, Monatshefte vol. 105 #3
Monatshefte für deutschsprachige Literatur und Kultur is published four times each year. The Journal contains articles dealing with all aspects of German literature, language, and culture within the European context. Final acceptance and subsequent publication of each manuscript submitted to the Journal depends on favorable review by peer reviewers and the general editor. Each volume contains on average six full-length scholarly articles and about twenty-five in-depth book reviews. The winter issues feature “Personalia,” i.e., an overview with stastistic information on the personel of all US and Canadian academic institutions teaching German, including information about doctoral dissertations, MA- and BA exams, promotions, new appointments, visitors, retirements, and a necrology. Any paper that is accepted or rejected will have been reviewed by at least two members of the editorial board and/or the national and international advisory board. Original articles only are accepted for publication. Languages of publication are English and German. For more information, please see Monatshefte.org.
Monatshefte Celebrates Publication of its 100th Volume
From the Editor
Greetings from the Profession
Available on JSTOR & Project MUSE
Back Issues—Complete Back Content Now Online
The University of Wisconsin Press is pleased to announce that all back content for Monatshefte is now available online in the JSTOR archive as part of the Arts & Sciences V collection. Single articles may be purchased online through the JSTOR archive or through mon.uwpress.org/. Anyone may view TOC's, abstracts, and a free sample issue on our HighWire platform at mon.uwpress.org/.
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