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De Gruyter would like to welcome you to the Frankfurt Book Fair


As every year, De Gruyter is represented at the Frankfurt Book Fair with a stand. This year even bigger with an additional stand for our growing Art/Architecture program - Birkhäuser, De Gruyter Arts, Deutscher Kunstverlag and Jovis.
You will find us in hall 4.2, stand K7.

Our topics this year

Get to know more about it at our stand.

Events you should not miss

Cocktail Reception

De Gruyter Cocktail Reception

Wednesday | Oct 16 | 5pm | Hall 4.2 | Stand K7


Also this year we are hosting a reception on the first day of the Book Fair. Therefore we would like to invite you to enjoy cocktails and snacks at our booth and share a toast with De Gruyter employees, authors and colleagues from the industry.

Our reception is, as usual, under the sign of the guest of honor, so all cocktails are all with Norwegian ingredients. Don’t miss it!

Presentations during the Campus Weekend (German language)

"What makes young Muslims tick?"

What makes young Muslims tick?

Saturday | Oct 19 | 11:30-12:00am | De Gruyter | Stage: Academic & Business Information Stage (Hall 4.2 / N101)


The basis of this short presentation (in German) is taken from research, course work and workshops by the presenter and uses examples to describe how young Muslims are influenced by family, peers, the internet, Islamic organizations, the various schools of Islam as well as their experience of rejection and suggests that cultural, ethnic and religious diversity requires tolerance and respect and the will of many.


Speaker: Dr. Klaus Spenlen (Heinrich-Heine-University Duesseldorf, Lecturer Institute of Social Sciences, Department of Education Research), Author

Science in the public domain in times of populism

Science in the public domain in times of populism

Sunday | Oct 20 | 12:00-12:30 | De Gruyter | Stage: Academic & Business Information Stage (Hall 4.2 / N101)


This presentation (in German) calls for action from the scientific community to reaffirm the authority of science in times of increasing populism. The speaker will point out the particular responsibility of public scientific institutions such as universities and museums to educate the public to counter anti-democratic populism.


Speaker: Prof. Dr. Wilfried Hinsch (University Cologn, Chair of Practical Philosophy), Author


Don’t forget to schedule your meetings today!