GSLIST is an international forum for scholarly discussion and debate on all matters of German Studies. It welcomes contributions in English or German from across the disciplines and hopes that its discussions will encourage collaborative thinking and projects. GSLIST is open to affiliated and independent scholars of the culture, history, and politics (all broadly defined) of the German-speaking countries. While interdisciplinarity is desirable, messages addressed to a single area of research are also welcome.
Postings to GSLIST should inform about research and teaching in progress, raise questions of theory, posit interpretations of cultural products or historical events, and desire to benefit from the opinions and experiences of colleagues. Previously unpublished book/film/performance reviews of moderate length are welcome. GSLIST is not intended as a substitute for standard reference materials. Housing requests/announcements will be collected and published twice monthly; job announcements and calls for papers will be posted upon receipt, however.
GSLIST is a moderated forum in order to lend continuity to discussions, maintain a focus on scholarship, and to further an atmosphere of collegiality. Posted messages will not be edited or censored in any way. Authors of messages to GSLIST retain copyright to their messages;
sending a post to GSLIST constitutes permission for GSLIST to redistribute those messages for nonprofit, educational purposes, with proper attribution to the author, originating list, date of posting.
Subscribe to GSLIST by sending mail to LISTSERV@LISTSERV.UH.EDU with the command:
sub GSLIST Your Name
as the body of the message.
Be sure not to include any automatic "signature" files or other text.
Soon you will receive an automated response asking you to reply simply with "ok." This step ensures that LISTSERV has your correct email address. After you reply, you should receive a message welcoming you to GSLIST.
To send messages to the GSLIST (as opposed to commands to the LISTSERV address, as mentioned above) send your messages to:
Message archives for GSLIST may be obtained at: http://listserv.uh.edu/archives/gslist.html
GSLIST is edited by Cary V. Nathenson , University of Houston, Department of Modern and Classical Languages.
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