acolit: the GAPS newsletter

This annual newsletter provides information on GAPS activities. It is published by the Department of New Anglophone Literatures and Cultures (NELK) at Johann Wolfgang Goethe University, Frankfurt/Main.

The current issue is available for download here:

ACOLIT 75 – December 2018 (pdf)

Back issues can be found in the archive:

ACOLIT Archive

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Dec. 2017
 

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ACOLIT 72

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ACOLIT 71

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ACOLIT 70

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ACOLIT 69

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ACOLIT 68

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ACOLIT 67

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ACOLIT 66

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ACOLIT 65

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ACOLIT 64

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ACOLIT 63

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ACOLIT 62

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ACOLIT 61

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ACOLIT 60

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ACOLIT 59

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ACOLIT 58

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ACOLIT 57

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ACOLIT 56

July 2005
 

ACOLIT 55

Dec. 2004
 

ACOLIT 54

July 2004

ACOLIT 53

Dec. 2003

ACOLIT 52

Juni 2003

ACOLIT 51

Dec. 2002

ACOLIT 50

Juni 2002
ACOLIT Special issues To download the special issues 1-4, click on the respective cover page.
No. 4  Frank Schulze-Engler (ed.). New Literatures in English: Prospects and Retrospects. 25 Years of Study, Teaching and Research in German-Speaking Countries. ACOLIT Special Issue No. 04. Frankfurt a.M.: Institut für England- und Amerikastudien, 2002.
No. 3    Gordon Collier, Dieter Riemenschneider, Frank Schulze-Engler (eds.). Postcolonial Theory and the Emergence of a Global Society. ACOLIT Special Issue No. 3. Frankfurt a.M.: Institut für England- und Amerikastudien, 1998.

 



No. 2  Tobias Döring, Uwe Schäfer, Mark Stein (eds.). Can "The Subaltern" Be Read? The Role of the Critic in Postcolonial Studies. ACOLIT Special Issue No. 2. Frankfurt a.M.: Institut für England- und Amerikastudien, 1996.
No. 1  Dieter Riemenschneider, Frank Schulze-Engler (eds.). ACOLIT Sonderheft Nr.1. Frankfurt a.M.: Institut für England- und Amerikastudien, 1995.

 



Special Issues 1, 2 and 3 are no longer available in print. Special Issue No. 4 (€ 6.- plus postage) can be ordered from the editorial board:

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Prof. Dr. Frank Schulze-Engler

Abteilung Neue Englischsprachige Literaturen und Kulturen (NELK)
Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universitaet
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60629 Frankfurt am Main
Germany

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