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Informationen Deutsch als Fremdsprache

Managing Editor: Krekeler, Christian

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    Overview

    • One of the oldest journals on German as a Foreign Language
    • Features current research on German language teaching
    • Covers topics of growing relevance and interest worldwide due to increasing migration and globalization

    Aims and Scope

    Informationen Deutsch als Fremdsprache (Info DaF) is one of the leading journals for teachers and scholars of German as a Foreign Language and is edited by the Fachverband Deutsch als Fremd- und Zweitsprache (FaDaF) and the Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (DAAD). The journal was founded in 1973 at a time when the discipline was still in its early days. Since then, DaF has become an institutionally-established field in its own right. Today, in times of migration and globalization, German language instruction is more important than ever, making Info DaF an indispensible source of information for teachers of German throughout the world.

    The journal publishes contributions covering current and internationally-relevant topics in the field that are of interest to scholars on all continents. It also publishes guest-edited special issues, for which the occasional Calls for Papers is held. In addition, each annual volume features a special review issue in which new publications are presented and discussed.


    CALL FOR BOOK REVIEWS
  • Selected titles for review issue 2020
    Please see detailed information here

  • CALL FOR PAPERS
  • Special Issue // "Aus- und Fortbildung von DaF‐Lehrkräften in Lateinamerika"
    Submission of abstracts by 30.04.2019 to Prof. Dr. Gabriela Marques‐Schäfer (gabrielamarques@yahoo.com). Please see detailed information (in German) here
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      Language:
      German
      Type of Publication:
      Journal
      Keyword(s):
      Language teaching, language learning, language acquisition, German as a foreign language, German as a second language

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      History

      The journal Informationen Deutsch als Fremdsprache (Info DaF) was founded in 1973, at a time when the discipline was still in its infancy. The journal has been published by De Gruyter since volume 44 (2017).

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      Editorial Information

      Edited by

      Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (DAAD) (German Academic Exchange Service)

      and the

      Fachverband Deutsch als Fremd- und Zweitsprache (FaDaF) (Association for German as a Foreign and Second Language)

       

      Editors

      Christian Krekeler (Hochschule Konstanz) (Schriftleitung, verantw. Redakteur)
      Lutz Köster (Universität Bielefeld) (verantwortlich für Rezensionen)
      Hebatallah Fathy (DAAD)
      Uwe Koreik (Universität Bielefeld)
      Nicole Marx (Universität Bremen)
      Fritz Neubauer (Universität Bielefeld)
      Thorsten Roelcke (TU Berlin)
      Dietmar Rösler (Universität Gießen)
      Michael Schart (Keio Universität, Tokio, Japan)
      Barbara Schmenk (University of Waterloo, Kanada)

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