The scientific journal to the Faculty of Humanities of the Szczecin University «Colloquia Germanica Stetinensia» (up to 2015 the Scientific Bulletin of the Szczecin University «Colloquia Germanica Stetinensia», ISSN 1640-6818 / ISSN 0867-5791) has been published since 1988. The journal publishes free of charge scientific articles and review articles mainly in the field of German literature and linguistics, but also in the field of cultural and translation studies or glottodidactics (FLT) with reference to German studies, as well as conference reports and short presentations of books.
ISSN: 2450-8543 (until 2015: 1640-6818 / ISSN 0867-5791)
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The scientific Journal of the Faculty of Germanic Philology of the Szczecin University has been appearing since 1988 (since 1996 published once a year). The Journal was created by Associate Professor (Docent) Karol Koczy, who was also the creator of the Institute of Germanic Philology at the Szczecin University (in 2012 decorated with the Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany, German: Verdienstorden der Bundesrepublik Deutschland, by the German President). Next, the Journal was taken over by Professor (doctor habilitated) Ryszard Lipczuk, 2015-2017 the Journal has been run by Professor Lipczuk and doctor habilitated Dorota Sośnicka (professor of the Szczecin University), and since 2018 the journal’s editors are Professor Dorota Sośnicka (literary studies) and Professor Anna Pilarski (linguistics).
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Articles are published on CC-BY-SA license and journal have not any article processing charges (APCs). Authors hold the copyright to their articles without restrictions.