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Zeitschrift für interkulturelle Germanistik

The Zeitschrift für interkulturelle Germanistik (ZiG) takes into account the fact that interculturality has established itself as a leading category of research in national and international Germanic studies. The journal therefore seeks to offer a scholarly forum for research in this field and will take up current problems in the field of German-language literary, cultural and linguistic studies. The ZiG appears semi-annually and is co-edited by three members of the key area.

The Zeitschrift für interkulturelle Germanistik is edited by Dieter Heimböckel (MIS), Ernest Hess-Lüttich, Georg Mein (MIS) and Heinz Sieburg (MIS).

Intent of the journal

The Zeitschrift für interkulturelle Germanistik (ZiG) takes into account the fact that interculturality has established itself as a leading and innovative category of research in national and international Germanic studies. The journal therefore seeks to offer a scholarly forum for the broad and disparate research in this field and will take up current problems in the field of German-language literary, cultural and linguistic studies, thereby representing the unified whole of Germanic studies.

Furthermore, the journal will contribute to the bundling of various tendencies and trends in interculturality research and further deepen its theoretical foundations. Insofar as the research paradigm of interculturality can no longer be conceived of as limited to a specific discipline, the journal intentionally seeks to be a publication that is open to interdisciplinary and comparative work, rooted in the context of international scholarly endeavour.

The Zeitschrift für interkulturelle Germanistik appears semi-annually.

Single issues can be ordered on http://www.transcript-verlag.de.

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Hémecht. Revue d’histoire luxembourgeoise / Zeitschrift für Luxemburger Geschichte

The journal ‘Hémecht. Revue d’histoire luxembourgeoise / Zeitschrift für Luxemburger Geschichte’ is published every three months and presents research reports summarising recent master’s theses and dissertations, as well as reviews of recent publications covering Luxemburg’s history and society. It is co-edited by two members of the Key Area.

The journal is edited by Paul Dostert, Norbert Franz, Sonja Kmec (MIS) and Michel Pauly (MIS).

‘Hémecht. Revue d’histoire luxembourgeoise / Zeitschrift für Luxemburger Geschichte’ presents research reports summarising recent master’s theses and dissertations, as well as reviews of recent publications covering Luxembourg’s history and society.

The journal ‘Hémecht’ has experienced multiple changes in editorial focus since its foundation in 1895. Under the new editorial staff which took over in 2011, the journal again boasts a strong interdisciplinary tradition. The scientific papers – which generally have a transnational orientation – are assessed ‘double blind’, and the journal also publishes important articles on local history.

The journal is published four times a year.

Single issues can be ordered individually from www.editions.lu.

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