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Gillett, Robert


Yearbook for Anglo-German Literary Criticism, Intellectual History and Cultural Transfers / Jahrbuch für britisch-deutsche Kulturbeziehungen

Ed. by Görner, Rüdiger

Editorial Board Member: Adler, Jeremy / Bachleitner, Norbert / Burwick, Frederick / Chambers, Helen / Esterhammer, Angela / Gelfert, Hans-Dieter / Geppert, Hans Vilmar / Iser, Wolfgang / Lepenies, Wolf / Richter, Sandra / Pfau, Thomas / Robertson, Ritchie / Rigby, Kate / Sagarra, Eda / Vietta, Silvio / Weigel, Sigrid

In cooperation with Davies, Steffan / Dirscherl, Margit

Aims and Scope

For some time now, incentives have been coming out of anglophone German language and literature studies that have a significant effect on the field in Germany. With the creation of Angermion, a forum has been established which brings the fruitful interaction within European German studies to light and focuses on the exciting and symbiotic German-British cultural relationships existing since the 18th century. Research studies in literary, linguistic and cultural criticism, translations, myths, prejudices, bilateral institutions, theatre, music and pop culture are bundled together into main focus topics and supplemented by reviews of relevant new publications. Thus, the yearbook reflects a broad spectrum of intercultural processes of transfer and their change over time and, at the same time, accentuates the latest scientific debates in the humanities. The contributions, published in English and German, are directed towards experts in anglophone German studies abroad, as well as specialists in German studies, Anglicists and cultural scientists working interculturally in German-speaking countries.


Supplementary Information

English, German
Type of Publication:

Academics (English Studies, German Studies, Comparative Literature), Departments, Libraries

Rüdiger Görner, Univ. of London; Angus Nicholls, Univ. of London; Steffan Davies, Univ. of Bristol; Margit Dirscherl, Univ. of London

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Angermion is the refereed Yearbook of the Centre for Anglo-German Cultural Relations at Queen Mary, University of London.


Professor Rüdiger Görner
Queen Mary,University of London
Centre for Anglo-German Cultural Relations
Mile End Road
London E1 4NS
Great Britain

Editorial Assistent:

Dr. Margit Dirscherl

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