Zeitschrift für Anglistik und Amerikanistik (ZAA) is an anonymously peer-reviewed journal that traditionally reflects the entire spectrum of English and American language, literature, and culture. Particular attention will also be paid to the new literatures in English, the development of linguistic varieties outside Britain and North America, the culture of ethnic minorities, and the relationship between anglophone and neighbouring cultural areas. The journal also welcomes contributions which examine theoretical and interdisciplinary issues in literary, linguistic, and socio-cultural research. Thus, ZAA invites contributions concerning a wide range of research on current issues, survey articles featuring recent developments in the fields of culture, literature and language, research reports as well as proposals concerning new directions within the discipline. For one of the journal’s four annual issues articles may be submitted in the field of literary and cultural studies; the remaining three issues will be reserved for special topics, one in literature and culture, the other in linguistics.
Articles, preferably written in English, should not exceed 40,000 characters and be accompanied by an abstract in English of no more than 1000 characters. All manuscripts should be submitted in accordance with the ZAA style sheet, which may be obtained from the web-page www.degruyter.com/journals/zaa or requested from the editors. Articles and copies of books for review should be sent to the respective editors. The editors cannot, however, guarantee that all books received will be reviewed in the journal.
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