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Monatshefte

Edited by Hans Adler, University of Wisconsin–Madison
Book Review Editor: Sabine Gross, University of Wisconsin–Madison
Editorial Assistant: Ian McQuistion, University of Wisconsin–Madison
ISSN: 0026-9271, e-ISSN: 1934-2810
Published four times per year

 

Monatshefte has been published continuously since 1899 at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. The first issue, published December 1899, was called “Pädagogische Monatshefte—Zeitschrift für das deutschamerikanische Schulwesen.” Though we’re now a quarterly journal devoted to German literature and culture, Monatshefte has retained its place at the forefront of American Germanistik.

 

In addition to the articles on topics from all periods of German literature and book reviews of current scholarship in German Studies which can be found in each issue of Monatshefte, the Winter issue (#4) of each volume contains our annual Personalia listing. Personalia is an indispensable listing of new hires, retirements, promotions and visiting professors. Personalia also contains a comprehensive listing of German Studies faculty and departments in the USA and Canada, and it comes with a list of all Ph.D. theses that have been defended in the preceding year.

 

Monatshefte is published under the auspices of the Department of German at the University of Wisconsin–Madison.

 

Special Issues

Archive und Geheimdienstakten: Dialogisches Erinnern an Verfolgung und Zensur im Ostblock, Monatshefte Vol. 110 #2
Weimar Photography in Context, Monatshefte vol. 109 #2
Measuring the World, Monatshefte vol. 108 #3
Observation in Science and Literature, Monatshefte vol. 105 #3
Kafkas Spätstil/Kafka’s Late Style, Monatshefte vol. 103 #3
H.G. Adler—Dichter Gelehrter Zeuge, Monatshefte vol. 103 #2
Writing in Images, Monatshefte vol. 102 #3
100th Volume Special Issue, Monatshefte vol. 100 #1
Dea Loher, Monatshefte vol. 99 #3
The Art of Hearing, Monatshefte vol. 98 #2
Encounters with Schiller, Monatshefte vol. 97 #3
Integrität, Monatshefte vol. 97 #2
Johann Gottfried Herder 1744–1803, Monatshefte vol. 95 #2
Rereading Adorno, Monatshefte Vol. 94 #1, available on JSTOR

 

Monatshefte’s 100th Volume

From the Editor

Greetings from the Profession

 

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