Call for Papers: Nexus 2: Essays in German Jewish Studies

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Nexus 2: Essays in German Jewish Studies

Edited by William Collins Donahue and Martha B. Helfer

Nexus, the official publication of the biennial German Jewish Workshop at Duke University, invites proposals for our second volume. We are interested in innovative research that introduces new directions in German Jewish Studies, analyzes the definition and development of the field itself, considers the place of German Jewish Studies with the disciplines of both German Studies and Jewish Studies, and discusses pedagogical approaches to the field. 

We welcome submissions from participants of the German Jewish Studies Workshop, as well as from other scholars in the German Jewish Studies community.  Nexus is a refereed publication.

Please send short (300 word) proposals, along with a brief CV, to our managing editor, Mr. Steffen Kaupp ( Deadline: July 15, 2012.

The third biennial German Jewish Studies Workshop will be held at Duke University February 10-12 2013.

Questions? Contact Bill Donahue ( or Martha Helfer (