Call For Reviewers Vol. 25/26 (due March 15, 2019)

2018-10-15

Call For Reviewers

Focus on German Studies, Vol. 25/26, Double Issue.

Focus on German Studies is currently seeking graduate student book reviewers for its upcoming volume. As a peer-reviewed graduate student journal, Focus has been dedicated to providing an outlet and discussion forum for the work of graduate students. Focus publishes original research articles as well as reviews of newly-released German literature and secondary literature relating to German Studies. Reviewers will ideally have previous coursework and / or research experience in the field they intend to review and are asked to include this information with their request.

It is therefore requested that a reviewer sends along a brief communication outlining the potential reviewers previous experience and knowledge regarding the topic at hand or a current CV with his or her request. Books selected for review have been chosen in an attempt to include many facets of the current scholarship being published under the rubric of German Studies broadly.

Focus on German Studies will be publishing its twenty-fifth and twenty-sixth volume in summer 2019. For a current list of books available for review, please refer to the following web address:

https://goo.gl/XBBNBt

More information about the Focus journal can be found here:

http://www.artsci.uc.edu/departments/german/focus.html

Focus will also accept suggestions for books and other media to review. We will do our best to acquire a review copy.

Reviews may be in either English or German and must follow MLA conventions, with endnotes and works cited.

Those interested in a reviewing a book, should contact the Book Review Editor, Mareike Lange, at fogs.bookreviews@gmail.com. Please use the subject "Review Request 2018/2019".

Reviews are due on March 15, 2019. 

Call for Papers Vol. 25/26 (EXTENDED DEADLNE: October 31, 2018)

2018-10-14

Focus on German Studies is an annually published journal which features the original scholarship of graduate students. We are currently seeking articles for publication for Vol. 25/26  for the 2018/2019 academic year, due October 1, 2018. 

Focus casts as broad a net as possible, encouraging publication on all aspects of German Studies to reflect the varied intellectual engagement and research conducted by graduate students. Submissions are accepted in English and German.

Articles should be 15-25 pages in length, double spaced and MLA formatted. Articles will be submitted through the Focus website: https://journals.uc.edu/index.php/fogs/index.

Contact co-editors Ellen C. Chew, Anna M. Senuysal, and Mareike Lange at fogs.editor@gmail.com for submission instructions.

For inquiries and general information contact:

Focus on German Studies

ATTN: Ellen C. Chew, Anna M. Senuysal, and Mareike Lange 

University of Cincinnati ML 0372

Cincinnati, OH 45221-0372

USA

Call for Papers Vol. 25/26 (due October 1, 2018)

2018-08-17

Focus on German Studies is an annually published journal which features the original scholarship of graduate students. We are currently seeking articles for publication for Vol. 25/26  for the 2018/2019 academic year, due October 1, 2018. 

Focus casts as broad a net as possible, encouraging publication on all aspects of German Studies to reflect the varied intellectual engagement and research conducted by graduate students. Submissions are accepted in English and German.

Articles should be 15-25 pages in length, double spaced and MLA formatted. Articles will be submitted through the Focus website: https://journals.uc.edu/index.php/fogs/index.

Contact co-editors Ellen C. Chew, Anna M. Senuysal, and Mareike Lange at fogs.editor@gmail.com for submission instructions.

For inquiries and general information contact:

Focus on German Studies

ATTN: Ellen C. Chew, Anna M. Senuysal, and Mareike Lange 

University of Cincinnati ML 0372

Cincinnati, OH 45221-0372

USA

 

Submitting to Focus

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