Wissenschaftliches Seminar Online


Wissenschaftliches Seminar Online


Publisher: Deutsche Shakespeare-Gesellschaft

In spite of a long history of academic creativity there is, within the
Deutsche Shakespeare-Gesellschaft, still space for innovation. One of the
novelties is our Academic Seminar introduced at the conference
â??Shakespeare-Tageâ?? in April 2003. From now on, this Seminar will be held
annually at our spring conferences.

The Seminar wants to provide young scholars with ample opportunity for
discussion. Within three hours there are six short papers of 15 minutes each
that should be hypothetical rather than exegetical in matter. Participants
are invited to give vent to their spontaneous overflow of powerful academic

The topic of the Academic Seminar is related to the respective conference
topic, yet there is, for the sake of a focussed discussion, a thematic
restriction onto special aspects of the subject.

Wissenschaftliches Seminar Online is intended as the documentation of the
Academic Seminar. It presents to the public the ideas that have been formed
in the discussions. However, it is also to be understood as an opportunity
especially for the younger generation of scholars to publish their research

Articles in Wissenschaftliches Seminar Online are in HTML-format conforming
with the general website design. There is also available a full-layout,
paginated PDF-version of each issue, which should be used for printing and

Content in English.

ISSN 1612-8362


Prof. Dr. Susanne Rupp
Universität Hamburg
Institut für Anglistik und Amerikanistik
Von-Melle-Park 6
D-20146 Hamburg

Email: susanne.rupp(at)uni-hamburg.de

Prof. Dr. Tobias Döring
Institut für Englische Philologie
SchellingstraÃ?e 3 RG, Dâ??80799 München

Email: tobias.doering(at)anglistik.uni-muenchen.de

Dr. Jens Mittelbach
Niedersächsische Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek Göttingen
Dâ??37070 Göttingen

Email: mittelbach(at)sub.uni-goettingen.de

Wissenschaftliches Seminar Online is freely accessible in HTML and PDF

Current Issue: Volume 5 (2007)

Date: 25 July 2008

Original posting date: 
Friday, July 25, 2008
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