Archiv für das Studium der Neueren Sprachen und Literaturen
Since 2001, Christa Jansohn has edited the peer-reviewed journal Archiv für das Studium der Neueren Sprachen und Literaturen.
The Archiv für das Studium der Neueren Sprachen und Literaturen, founded in 1846 by Ludwig Herrig and Heinrich Viehoff, is the oldest journal on modern philology still in publication.
It is an international journal for German, English, Romance and comparative studies, publishing articles, shorter essays, with a fairly extensive review session, reflecting the whole spectrum, latest research and the current debates within the individual disciplines covered.
Please click here(401.1 KB, 3 pages) for an overview of the journal's history.
Please click here(189.8 KB, 2 pages) for the foreword to the journal's 250th issue, published in 2013.
The journal is published by Erich Schmidt Verlag, Berlin. (You can find the journal's website here.)
TheArchiv fuer das Studium der Neueren Sprachen und Literaturen, a peer reviewed, blind-refereed bi-annual journal indexed by MLA, encourages the submission of articles for the next issue.
The articles should include a short abstract (max. 200 words) and a list of five key words. The abstract, keywords and title of the contribution should be written in English.
Please include in a different Word/Rtf file the following information: title of contribution, name of author, affiliation, postal and email address.
If you have further questions do not hesitate to contact us.
Prague Journal of English Studies
Prof. Jansohn is a member of the advisory board of the Prague Journal of English Studies, Editor-in-Chief: PhDr. Petr Chalupský, Ph.D.
The Prague Journal of English Studies is an annual peer-reviewed academic journal that invites international contributions but also aims to be a forum for Czech scholars working in the fields of literary studies and linguistics concerning the English-speaking world. We are seeking submissions of articles on English, American and other English written literatures ranging from Chaucer to the present that reflect the wide spectrum of current critical and theoretical approaches. Cultural studies articles relevant to English language and literature are also welcome. The linguistics section of the journal is also receptive to a variety of perspectives in linguistic theory and linguistic description of English, with special attention given to corpus linguistics, stylistics, text and discourse analysis. The journal will also publish special, thematic issues, assuring in-depth coverage of selected topics.