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RessourcentypCall for Papers
TitelTeaching Brecht
Beschreibung2016 Brecht Yearbook, ed. Theodore F. Rippey

Special Interest Section: TEACHING BRECHT

Guest Editors:
Kristopher Imbrigotta (U of Puget Sound) & Per Urlaub (UT-Austin)

Call for Submissions

Brecht’s works intend to educate. His plays have stimulated and provoked generations of theater audiences in all corners of the world, and the didactic dimension of Brechtian aesthetics has found proponents and opponents among directors and actors as well as scholars, teachers, and students. Brecht’s works and theoretical writings quickly entered the teaching canon in a variety of disciplinary contexts: national literature departments, comparative literature, theater & drama, performance, and film studies. In addition, Brecht’s plays are frequently performed in North American academic contexts, both in theater programs and – sometimes even in the original – by students in German Studies departments. Despite the presence of Brecht’s work in this broad variety of settings, the impact and approaches to that work in the classroom have remained largely unexplored. Therefore, we invite contributions that investigate this presence and impact for a special section on TEACHING BRECHT in the Brecht Yearbook 41 (2016). Manuscripts from scholars and practitioners in any discipline are welcome.


October 1, 2015: 500-word abstract of the intended submission
By November 1, 2015: Authors receive feedback from editors
April 15, 2016: Full manuscript due
Spring 2016: Peer-review process

The 2016 Brecht Yearbook is scheduled to publish in late Autumn 2016. We accept submissions in either English or German. English manuscripts should use American spelling conventions; submissions in German should use the new spelling conventions. All submissions should include Arabic-numbered endnotes. Length range: 5,000 to 9,000 words, including notes. Avoid lengthy, discursive notes. Please follow the “Brecht Yearbook Style Sheet” as you prepare your submission. (

Please feel free to contact the guest editors with any questions:
Kristopher Imbrigotta (
Per Urlaub (
Quelle der BeschreibungInformation des Anbieters
PersonName: Imbrigotta, Kristopher 
Funktion: Guest Editor 
KontaktdatenName/Institution: Kristopher Imbrigotta / University of Puget Sound 
Strasse/Postfach: 1500 North Warner Street 
Postleitzahl: 98416 
Stadt: Tacoma, Washington 
LandVereinigte Staaten von Amerika
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