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Scientia Poetica

Jahrbuch für Geschichte der Literatur und Wissenschaften / Yearbook for the History of Literature, Humanities and Sciences

Ed. by Albrecht, Andrea / Danneberg, Lutz / Kablitz, Andreas / Regn, Gerhard / Schmidt-Biggemann, Wilhelm / Vollhardt, Friedrich

Editorial Board Member: Mahlmann-Bauer, Barbara / Epple, Moritz / Fick, Monika / Grafton, Anthony / Jaumann, Herbert / Klippel, Diethelm / Kühlmann, Wilhelm / Müller, Jan-Dirk / Nisbet, Hugh Barr / Proß, Wolfgang / Schönert, Jörg / Strohschneider, Peter

Aims and Scope

The yearbook has been in publication since 1997 and has the task of applying the fields of literary and scientific history to one another. In doing so, the yearbook reacts to the expansion of problems and methods which have emerged in both disciplines over the last decades. Building on the insight that literary-artistic and (natural)-scientific discourse are not two separate spheres and cannot be properly described separate of one another, the yearbook offers a transdisciplinary discussion forum for the historical analysis of the interactions between the (natural) sciences and literature (studies) in theory development and reflection from the late Middle Ages to the present. One of the topics of the yearbook is the canon of the sciences, which was founded by medieval universities and which in recent times has been expanded to include disciplines such as the natural sciences, psychology, sociology and the science of history. The field of topics chosen for the yearbook reflects a conscious decision to avoid any thematic limitations of these diverse times, disciplines and aspects.

The languages of publication are German and English. SCIENTIA POETICA is planned and structured by its editors as well as by an international committee of renowned scientists.

German, English
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Academics (Literary Studies), Departments, Libraries

A. Albrecht; L. Danneberg; G. Regn; W. Schmidt-Biggemann; F. Vollhardt.

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Editors' addresses:

Dr. Andrea Albrecht, Universität Stuttgart, Institut für Literaturwissenschaft, Keplerstr. 17, D-70174 Stuttgart (Redaktion)

Prof. Dr. Lutz Danneberg, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Philosophische Fakultät II, Hegelplatz 2, Haus 3, D-10117 Berlin

Prof. Dr. Andreas Kablitz, Universität Köln, Philosophische Fakultät, Romanisches Seminar, Albertus-Magnus-Platz, D-50923 Köln

Prof. Dr. Gerhard Regn, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Institut für Italienische Philologie, Ludwigstraße 25, D-80539 München

Prof. Dr. Wilhelm Schmidt-Biggemann, Freie Universität Berlin, Institut für Philosophie (WE 1), Habelschwerdter Allee 30, D-14195 Berlin

Prof. Dr. Friedrich Vollhardt, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Institut für Deutsche Philologie, Schellingstr. 3 RG, D-80799 München

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