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Call for information about Dissertations in German Studies

The German Studies Association is continuing its tradition of posting information
in the spring newsletter about dissertations completed in any area of German
(that means: Austrian, German, Swiss, German diasporic) Studies (any discipline
or interdisciplinary). If you received your Ph.D. in 2015 or 2016, you may be
listed in the Spring 2017 newsletter (no repeats, however!). If you have
supervised a dissertation that was completed in 2015 or 2016 that has not
already been listed, please encourage the author to submit a description
following the guidelines below.

Send an email to Johannes von Moltke ([log in to unmask]) anytime before
March 17, 2017.

Please type “GSA dissertation list” in the subject line
Be sure to include (in this order, please):
1. Name (Last, first)
2. Title of Dissertation
3. Institution and department in which it was defended
4. Name of dissertation director(s)
5. Month and Year of Defense (or degree if no defense)
6. Abstract of the dissertation of 200 or fewer words in either English or
German. (150 words is desired length, 200 words an absolute limit.
Longer abstracts will be shortened)

Please forward this notice to any institutions or individuals for whom you believe
it is relevant.

Yours,
Johannes von Moltke
GSA Vice President


******************* The German Studies Call for Papers List Editor: Sean Franzel Assistant Editor: Olaf Schmidt Sponsored by the University of Missouri Info available at: http://grs.missouri.edu/resources/gerlistserv.html