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ZAA (Zeitschrift für Anglistik und Amerikanistik) is a reviewed quarterly that covers all areas of English Studies: literature, culture, and language. This homepage offers you a glimpse at current affairs as well as an overview of its publishing history from 2004 onwards, of submission requirements and organisational structures.

Latest issue ZAA 04/2015 available now!

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Volume 63.4 (2015)

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  • Bernd-Peter Lange, “Tagore in the Diaspora: Presence, Ritual, Nostalgia.”
  • Stefan Glomb and Stella Butter, “Miming Utopia – Community at the Crossroads in Antonioni’s Blow-Up.”
  • Russell West-Pavlov, “Shakespeare Among the Nyoongar: Post-Colonial Texts, Colonial Intertexts and their Imbrications – Macbeth in Gail Jones’s Sorry.”
  • Marcus Hartner and Ralf Schneider, “British Novels of Migration and the Construction of Transnational Mental Spaces.”
  • Peter Freese, “Booker T. and W. E. B.: A Mini-Sequence About the ‘American Dilemma’ for the Advanced EFL-Classroom.”
  • Steffen Hantke, “Bell, Book, Candle, Vertigo: The Hollywood Star System and Cinematic Intertextuality.”
  • Book Reviews
  • Books Received
  • Table of Contents Vol. 63 (2015)