Germanic Notes and Reviews
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The Germanic Notes and Reviews is a semiannual peer-reviewed international journal, initially published as Germanic Notes in 1970 by Lawrence Sidney Thompson, Professor of Classics at the University of Kentucky, and edited by Wayne Wonderley (1970-1975), Professor and Chair of the Department of Germanic and Classical Languages and Literatures at the University of Kentucky. In 1975 Richard F. Krummel, Professor of German at Bemidji State University, Minnesota, became the editor of the Germanic Notes and Reviews. Assisted by his wife, Evelyn S. Krummel, as the journal's business manager, the GNR became one of the most respected publications in literary criticism. Its emphasis on a wide spectrum of inquiry into German, Scandinavian, and Low Country languages, literatures, and cultures has earned the journal a world-wide readership, while an internationally renowned team of Associate Editors has brought it critical acclaim. In 2005 Helene M. Riley, Alumni Distinguished Professor of German at Clemson University, South Carolina, became editor of the Germanic Notes and Reviews. In the same year the GNR received a new format along with a perfect-bound cover and a title page depicting an image or artifact associated with one of the issue's articles. Currently the journal serves research libraries world-wide, including major university libraries in the USA, Canada, England, continental Europe, Asia, and Australia. The GNR is a non-profit educational and charitable organization.
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