Germano-Slavica: A Canadian Journal of Germanic and Slavic Comparative and Interdisciplinary Studies invites submissions of articles and notes for Volume XIII, to be published in summer of 2002. As the journal nears its thirtieth anniversary in 2003, we are seeking articles that actively explore the intersections, cross-connections, and frictions between Slavic and Germanic cultures in any historical period, including literature, linguistics, music, film, history and politics. Preference is given to articles that deal with both Slavic and Germanic cultural elements; “Germanic” in this context includes English-language and Scandinavian cultures, while “Slavic” under certain circumstances may also include non-Slavic cultures within the Russian Imperial, Soviet, or contemporary Russian sphere of influence.
Submissions to Germano-Slavica are accepted in English, French or German, and should be available on computer diskette. Submissions may also be sent as e-mail attachments. Manuscripts should conform to the MLA Handbook; English-language articles should use the Library of Congress system of transliterating the Cyrillic alphabet.
Germano-Slavica is a reviewed journal. Submitted manuscripts should not bear the author's name or other identifying information, nor should they be under consideration for publication elsewhere at the time of submission.
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