New German Critique

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New German Critique  
Discipline German studies
Language English
Publication details
Publication history
1973 to present
Duke University Press for the Cornell University Department of German Studies (United States)
Frequency Three per year
Standard abbreviations
New Ger. Critique
ISSN 0094-033X (print)
1558-1462 (web)
JSTOR newgermcrit

The New German Critique is a contemporary academic journal in German studies. It is associated with the Department of German Studies at Cornell University. It "covers twentieth century political and social theory, philosophy, literature, film, media and art, reading cultural texts in the light of current theoretical debates."[1] The executive editors are David Bathrick (Ithaca), Andreas Huyssen (New York), and Anson Rabinbach (fr) (Princeton).

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