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Textpraxis. Digitales Journal für Philologie

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Textpraxis. Digitales Journal für Philologie is the bianually published online journal of the Faculty of Philology at the University of Münster and Graduate School Practices of Literature. The concept of Textpraxis follows in content the profile of the Graduate School and its three thematic pillars:

  1. Literature and Society
  2. Theories of Literary Study
  3. Literary Studies and Praxis

Every issue of Textpraxis is structured in keeping with this scheme. Textpraxis is published every six months with at least one article per section, replicas are published continuously and independently from this frequency. For the sections »Literature and Society« and »Theories of Literary Study« the forms of contributions are scientific articles according to the standards of literary studies. In the section »Literary Studies and Praxis« also non-scientists shall get a chance to speak, that means writers and others involved in cultural processes, for example from the publishing industry or journalism as well as people with a job profile that is literature related. These contributions can also be essays, interviews or journalistic texts.

Contact

Textpraxis. Digitales Journal für Philologie
Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster

Graduate School Practices of Literature
Germanistisches Institut
Schlossplatz 34
48143 Münster

textpraxis@uni-muenster.de

  • Dates and Deadlines

    Textpraxis is published biannually every May and November 1st. Abstracts can be submitted anytime via their website www.textpraxis.net.

  • Open Access

    Textpraxis an open access journal which means that all content is freely available without charge to the user or their institution. Users are allowed to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or link to the full texts of the articles, or use them for any other lawful purpose, without asking prior permission from the publisher or the author. This is in accordance with the Budapest Open Access Initiative (BOAI) definition of open access. Since issue #11 all articles are published under a Creative Commons License Attribution 4.0 International.

  • Editorial Board

    Sona Arasteh-Roodsary | Ina Batzke | Christina Becher | Nursan Celik | Akshay Chavan | Lea Espinoza Garrido | Gesine Heger | Thomas Kater | Sarah Nienhaus | Hanna Pulpanek | Laura Reiling

    Ehemalige

    Matthias Agethen | Constanze Bartsch | Seth Berk | Nikolas Buck | Dominic Büker | Pegah Byroum-Wand | Aaron Carpenter | Katharina Fürholzer | Nina Gawe | Gesche Gerdes | Lena Hoffmann | Till Huber | Irene Husser | Ana Ilic | Jayana Jain | Japhet Johnstone | Innokentij Kreknin | Julia Langhof | Kerstin Mertenskötter | Christoph Pflaumbaum | Christina Riesenweber | Matthias Schaffrick | Mathaabe Schick | Janneke Schoene | Levke Teßmann | Martin Stobbe | Ismahan Wayah | Kerstin Wilhelms | Elisabeth Zimmermann

    Zur Redaktion von Textpraxis