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.
The latest issue of ZAA, is now available via Koenigshausen & Neumann:
Volume 61.3 (2013), Special Issue Aspects of L1 and L2 Interaction, ed. by Thorsten Piske, Peter Uhrig and Thomas Herbst.
- Thorsten Piske, Peter Uhrig and Thomas Herbst, “Aspects of L1 and L2 Interaction: Preface.” Download preface (PDF)
- Ben Ambridge, Silke Brandt, “Lisa filled water into the cup: The roles of entrenchment, pre-emption and verb semantics in German speakers’ L2 acquisition of English locatives.” Download abstract (PDF)
- Bariş Kabak, Kirsten Meemann, “The role of positive vs. negative evidence in learning a novel dialect pattern: American English speakers’ grammatical intuitions on a-prefixing in Appalachian English.” Download abstract (PDF)
- Anke Lenzing, Anja Plesser, Katharina Hagenfeld, Manfred Pienemann, “Transfer at the initial state.” Download abstract (PDF)
- Anja K. Steinlen, Thorsten Piske, “Academic achievement of children with and without migration backgrounds in an immersion primary school: A pilot study.” Download abstract (PDF)