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-Verlag /  Press specializes in scholarly literature from a wide variety of research disciplines. Having more than 4,000 titles available for immediate delivery, our main emphasis is on the humanities, cultural studies, and the social sciences.

We also offer a range of fascinating fiction titles—please check out our Edition Noëma books.

We hope you enjoy yourself as you have a look around!

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The committee has selected Megan Buskey’s Ukraine Is Not Yet Dead for the 2024 AAUS Book Prize. 

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Our varied program includes monographs, textbooks, conference proceedings, and text editions in many disciplines. A special focus of ours is on Eastern European research with our highly acclaimed series Soviet and Post-Soviet Politics and Society (SPPS) and its sister journal JSPPS as well as the journal FORUM, supplemented by the series Ukrainian Voices, Studies on the History of Ideas, Culture and Chronicle and Literature and Culture in Middle and Eastern Europe (LuK). We are also strongly represented in Romance studies with our series Romanic Languages and their Didactics (RomSD) and its sister journal ZRomSD as well as the series French Didactics in Dialog (FDD) and Italian Didactics in Dialog (IDD). The focus in the field of English language and literature is on the series Studies in English Literatures (SEL) and the still young series Studies in World Literature (SWL) and Samuel Beckett in Company (SBC). We invite you to browse through our publishing program—there you will find, for instance, amongst other fascinating publications, a first publication of letters of Albert Einstein, essays on Orhan Pamuk, an autobiographic account of a Latvian-American who decided to live in Soviet-occupied Latvia and experienced the end of the Soviet Union there, or a Foreigner's Guide to German Universities. If you're looking for autobiographies, poetry, and fiction, you will find gems in our Edition Noëma.

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The Ukraine event at Cafe Kyiv – We Choose Freedom!

24 February 2023 will be the first anniversary of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. To mark this sad and terrible occasion, we are joining forces with numerous partner organisations in an art intervention that will temporarily transform the historic Cafe Moskau into Cafe Kyiv.

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SONNTAG, 22.9.24,17:00 UHR:

"Die DDR ist nachha ll tig" Streitschrift zur Ostidentität

Lesung mit den Autorinnen Uta Mitsching-Viertel und Ellen Händler

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Larissa Babij will be presenting her book in New York and Vermont in May.

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01.01.2024

NEUE TERMINE Lesereise: "Unerhörte Ostfrauen"

Unerhörte Ostfrauen - Problemzone Ostmann?
Erzählungen zu einem Leben in zwei Systemen
Lesereise: Ellen Händler, Uta Mitsching-Viertel

Treffen Sie Uta Mitsching-Viertel und Ellen Händler auf ihrer Lesereise. Die Autorinnen lesen aus ihren Büchern "Problemzone Ostmann?" und "Unerhörte Ostfrauen" und laden zu einem regen Austausch ein. 

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