German Studies Review seeks articles that make a fresh contribution to knowledge. All submissions are peer-reviewed "double-blind" by experts on the particular subject of the contribution. A major consideration in determining whether an article should be published is to what extent it will appeal to the readership of German Studies Review. Since the journal embraces several disciplines, articles should avoid highly specialized jargon understandable only to experts in a particular field. German Studies Review seeks to engage readers interested in all of the disciplines of German Studies.

German Studies Review is a journal of first publication. Manuscripts previously published, in press, or concurrently under consideration by another journal or publisher (including electronic publication) will not be considered. This applies to the substance as well as the wording of the manuscript or translations from another language. German Studies Review publishes neither author interviews nor translations. Any republication requires written permission by the Editor (which is usually granted) and must not go into print before the appearance of the article in German Studies Review, which holds the copyright.

As of August 1, 2011, all new manuscripts for German Studies Review should be sent to the new editor:

Prof. Dr. Sabine Hake
Texas Chair of German Literature and Culture
Editor, German Studies Review
Department of Germanic Studies
Burdine 332
University of Texas at Austin
Austin, TX, 78712-0304

Please send an electronic version via e-mail attachment (or on a disk) preferably in MS-Word, but not in PDF or other forms that cannot be edited. In either case include full addresses, including e-mail. Manuscripts should be fully spell-checked, and German-language articles should conform to the new spelling rules. Manuscripts submitted should be no longer than approximately 9,000 words, including endnotes (not footnotes).

A new German Studies Review website at Johns Hopkins University Press will be up by 9/1/2011

Citation should conform to The Chicago Manual of Style with endnotes without indentation, endnote numbers in small superscript and without periods. Use italics rather than underlining. Please consult
the Style Sheet for GSR Manuscripts .

Book reviews are solicited, and no submitted book reviews will be considered. Individuals seeking to be added to the reviewer list should send a complete up-to-date curriculum vitae, including e-mail address, and indicate for which areas and fields they would like to be considered as a reviewer. All reviewers must have completed their Ph.D.

Inquiries regarding book reviews should be addressed to the Book Review Editors:

Professor Andrew Port
Book Review Editor, German Studies Review
Department of History
Wayne State University-3094 FAB
656 W. Kirby
Detroit, MI 48202

for books in History, Political Science, Economics, Sociology
Professor Carl Niekerk
Book Review Editor, German Studies Review
Department of Germanic Languages and Literatures
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
2090 FLB, 707 South Mathews
Urbana, IL 61821

for books in German Literature, Cultural Studies, Film Studies, Art and Architecture.

Books for review are sent out by the book review editors together with the style sheet for GSR Book Reviews. Books are also offered for review at the fall conferences of the German Studies Association.