NABOKV-L post 0006043, Sat, 23 Jun 2001 13:10:32 -0700

[Fwd: Call for Articles: Germano-Slavica XIII, 2003 (fwd)]
EDITOR's NOTE. If you are working on an article on VN that has a German angle,
the journal below is a possible market.

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> Date: Fri, 22 Jun 2001 18:46:29 +0200
> From: Serguei Alex. Oushakine <>
> Subject: Call for Articles: Germano-Slavica XIII, 2003
> Germano-Slavica: A Canadian Journal of Germanic and Slavic Comparative and
> Interdisciplinary Studies invites submissions of articles and notes for
> Volume
> XIII, to be published in summer of 2002. As the journal nears its thirtieth
> anniversary in 2003, we are seeking articles that actively explore the
> intersections, cross-connections, and frictions between Slavic and Germanic
> cultures in any historical period, including literature, linguistics, music,
> film, history and politics. Preference is given to articles that deal with
> both Slavic and Germanic cultural elements; "Germanic" in this context
> includes English-language and Scandinavian cultures, while "Slavic" under
> certain circumstances may also include non-Slavic cultures within the
> Russian
> Imperial, Soviet, or contemporary Russian sphere of influence.
> Submissions to Germano-Slavica are accepted in English, French or German,
> and
> should be available on computer diskette. Submissions may also be sent as
> e-mail attachments. Manuscripts should conform to the MLA Handbook;
> English-language articles should use the Library of Congress system of
> transliterating the Cyrillic alphabet.
> Germano-Slavica is a reviewed journal. Submitted manuscripts should not bear
> the author's name or other identifying information, nor should they be under
> consideration for publication elsewhere at the time of submission.
> Manuscripts and inquiries should be directed to:
> Paul M. Malone
> Editor, Germano-Slavica
> Department of Germanic and Slavic Studies
> University of Waterloo
> 200 University Ave. West
> Waterloo, Ontario
> Canada N2L 3G1
> E-mail:
> Subscription information and an index of the contents of back issues are
> available on the web at:
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