Fachbereich Sprachwissenschaft

Fachbereich

Tectum publishes books, series and academic articles from the fields of German, English and Romance linguistics. The interdisciplinary series Dynamiken der Vermittlung: Koblenzer Studien zur Germanistik, edited by Prof. Dr. Uta Schaffers, Prof. Dr. Pamela Steen, Prof. Dr. Eva L. Wyss, apl. Prof. Dr. Hajo Diekmannshenke, deserves special mention, Department of Linguistics at Nomos Verlag Prof. Dr. Wolf-Andreas Liebert and Prof. Dr. Dr. Stefan Neuhaus. The editors have set themselves the goal of examining the dynamic forms and mediation

Fachbereich Sprachwissenschaft im Nomos Verlag
Fachbereich Sprachwissenschaft im Nomos Verlag

processes of language and literature, particularly in the mass media, from the perspective of German studies with a cultural studies orientation.

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Dynamiken der Vermittlung: Koblenzer Studien zur Germanistik
Edited by Prof. Dr Uta Schaffers, Prof. Dr Pamela Steen, Prof. Dr Eva L. Wyss, apl. Prof. Dr Hajo Diekmannshenke, Prof. Dr Wolf-Andreas Liebert, Prof. Dr Dr Stefan Neuhaus

The concept of the series responds to the multiplication of ways of life which, in the context of progressive differentiation, medialization and globalization, has led to a profound change in social conditions and places new demands on the subject of German studies.

The aim of the interdisciplinary series is to reflect on the evolving forms and mediation processes of language and literature in their dynamics of mediation, also and especially in the mass media, from the perspective of German studies with a cultural studies orientation.

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Nova Classica
Marburger Fundus für Studium und Forschung in der Altertumswissenschaft

Edited by Magnus Frisch, Rainer Nickel, Felix M. Prokoph und Kai Ruffing. Co-Founded by Boris Dunsch (†)

The aim of the Nova Classica series is to make central but poorly accessible titles from classical studies accessible again through reprints and – if possible – revised new editions.

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Literatur und Medien
Edited by Prof. Dr Volker Wehdeking, Prof. Dr Christof Hamann, Prof. Dr Gunter E. Grimm and Prof. Dr Rolf Parr

The combination of literary studies and media studies issues is currently of rapidly increasing relevance. Particularly outstanding theses from the Stuttgart Media University (HdM) and the University of Duisburg-Essen combine research on international contemporary literature with aspects of intermediality and media change.

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Studien zu Literatur und Film der Gegenwart
Edited by Prof. Dr Stefan Neuhaus

The series focuses on what is closest to us today – contemporary literature and film. It includes not only works considered particularly artistic, but also popular reading and film material, texts and films aimed at suspense and entertainment. The films and texts discussed by the works in the series are considered relevant to contemporary literature and film, and thus also to the society and times in which they were created and received.

We wholeheartedly welcome unsolicited manuscripts and book proposals.

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Wissenschaftliche Beiträge aus dem Tectum Verlag: Medienwissenschaft
Edited by Tectum Verlag

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Young Academics: Sprachwissenschaft


How is language created and how does it change or develop? The series publishes outstanding theses that deal with these questions. The series focuses on the structures, methods and functions of language. The authors deal with the application, development and meaning systems, among other things. In addition to the central components of linguistics such as phonetics, morphology and syntax, various key topics such as historical linguistics, language criticism and communication analysis are addressed. Published by Tectum Verlag, the series offers a platform especially for young academics and enables Bachelor’s and Master’s students to actively participate in academic discourse.

We wholeheartedly welcome unsolicited manuscripts and book proposals.

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