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Goethe Yearbook

Vol. 1 (1982) through current issue

The Goethe Yearbook, first published in 1982, is the flagship publication of the Goethe Society and is dedicated to North American Goethe scholarship. The Yearbook invites submissions in English or German on Goethe, his works, his contemporaries, or the period 1770-1832 in general. For further information about back issues or manuscript submission, please visit http://www.goethesociety.org/pages/yearbook.html

Published by: North American Goethe Society

Current Issue: Volume 22, 2015

Volume 22, 2015

Volume 21, 2014

Volume 20, 2013

Volume 19, 2012

Volume 18, 2011

Volume 17, 2010

Volume 16, 2009

Volume 15, 2008

Volume 14, 2006

Volume 13, 2005

Volume 12, 2004

Volume 11, 2002

Volume 10, 2001

Volume 9, 1999

Volume 8, 1996

Volume 7, 1994

Volume 6, 1992

Volume 5, 1990

Volume 4, 1988

Volume 3, 1986

Volume 2, 1984

Volume 1, 1982


E-ISSN: 1940-9087
Print ISSN: 0734-3329

Editorial Board

Volume 22, 2015

Editors

Adrian Daub

Elisabeth Krimmer

Book Review Editor

Birgit Tautz

Members of the Editorial and Advisory Board

Barbara Becker-Cantarino, Ohio State University

Benjamin Bennett, University of Virginia

Jane K. Brown, University of Washington

Stefani Engelstein, University of Missouri

Willi Goetschel, University of Toronto

Dorothea von Mücke, Columbia University

Simon Richter, University of Pennsylvania

Heidi Schlipphacke, Old Dominion University

David E. Wellbery, University of Chicago

Volume 21, 2014

Edited by Adrian Daub and Elisabeth Krimmer

With Birgit Tautz, Book Review Editor

Members of the Editorial and Advisory Board

Barbara Becker-Cantarino, Ohio State University
Benjamin Bennett, University of Virginia
Jane K. Brown, University of Washington
Stefani Engelstein, University of Missouri
Willi Goetschel, University of Toronto
Dorothea von Mücke, Columbia University
Simon Richter, University of Pennsylvania
Thomas P. Saine, University of California, Irvine
Heidi Schlipphacke, Old Dominion University
David E. Wellbery, University of Chicago

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