Editors: Regine Criser (UNC Asheville) & Ervin Malakaj (Sam Houston State University)
The volume addresses questions of access and inclusion as they relate to student outreach, program advocacy, pedagogical and curricular models in the context of German language and culture instruction at the collegiate level. We seek to bring together scholars critically evaluating German Studies curricula against the backdrop of discourses on diversity and decolonialization.
Contributions can draw on research in critical race, gender, feminist, LGBTQIA, disability, and/or ethnic studies and should be situated within current research in applied linguistics/pedagogy in German Studies. We are interested in both quantitative and qualitative approaches.
To be considered for inclusion in the volume, send an abstract (300 words) and a cv to both Regine Criser (email@example.com) and Ervin Malakaj (firstname.lastname@example.org). Deadline for abstract submission is September 15, 2017. Final chapters (6500-7000 words) will be due February 2018.
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