Seminar: A Journal of Germanic Studies was founded in 1965 by the CAUTG and the German division of the Australasian Universities Language and Literature Association.
Seminar is one of the leading journals for the study of Germanic literature, media, and culture. It seeks to publish the highest-quality scholarship on a range of fields including philology, philosophy, aesthetics, media studies, visual culture, gender studies, and transnationalism in so far as they relate to German-language material or other languages in a German-cultural context. It endeavours to promote German studies across a broad international context. Submissions are welcome in English, French or German.
Membership includes the delivery of Seminar four times a year.
Editors of Seminar
Book Review Editor
Martin Wagner, University of Calgary
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