Text in English & German. The Journal for Intercultural German Studies (ZiG) accomodates the fact that in German studies, both at home and abroad, interculturality has established itself as a leading and innovative research category. It picks up on contemporary issues in the field of German-language literary studies, cultural studies and linguistics, and attempts to make a contribution to gathering together the various tendencies and trends of intercultural studies, and to further deepen their theoretical presuppositions. Insofar as research paradigms of interculturality can in principle no longer be thought within the confines of individual disciplines, this journal consciously conceives of itself as an interdisciplinary, comparative and open organ, which is firmly situated in the international scholarly context. The ZiG appears biannually.
Zeitschrift f?r interkulturelle Germanistik (Journal of Intercultural German Studies): Vol. 7, Issue 2/2016: Transitr?ume