Department of English

Prof. Dr. Rippl, Gabriele


Current issue: Volume 136, Issue 4 (Nov 2018)

Anglia. Journal of English Philology / Zeitschrift für englische Philologie was founded in 1878 by Moritz Trautmann and Richard P. Wülker, and is thus the oldest journal of English Studies worldwide. Anglia covers the whole field of anglophone languages and literatures. It features peer-reviewed essays on English linguistics, English literature from the Middle Ages to the present, American literature, the New English literatures, and on general and comparative literary studies, including literary and cultural theory. Anglia also publishes reviews from all of the above mentioned areas.

Anglia. Journal of English Philology / Zeitschrift für englische Philologie
Edited by Lucia Kornexl, Ursula Lenker, Martin Middeke, Gabriele Rippl, and Hubert Zapf.
4 issues annually. Approx. 700 pages. Paperback.
ISSN Print 0340-5222
ISSN Online 1865-8938
Languages: German, English
Type of Publication: Journal

Link: Anglia

Subscription: De Gruyter

2018 · Volume 136 · Issue 4 (Nov 2018)
Zeitschrift für englische Philologie

Lucia Kornexl
Ursula Lenker
Martin Middeke
Gabriele Rippl
Hubert Zapf

Advisory Board
Laurel Brinton
Philip Durkin
Olga Fischer
Susan Irvine
Andrew James Johnston
Christopher A. Jones
Terttu Nevalainen
Derek Attridge
Elisabeth Bronfen
Ursula K. Heise
Verena Lobsien
Laura Marcus
J. Hillis Miller
Martin Puchner


Submitting articles/ contact information

Manuscripts can be handed in either in German or English. They have to adhere to the Anglia Style sheet, which can be found at the bottom of the page and should contain an abstract of no more than 200 words in English.

Review copies from all fields of English philology should be sent to the editors.

Articles on English Linguistics and Medieval English literature should be sent to Prof. Dr. Lucia Kornexl ( or Prof. Dr. Ursual Lenker (

Articles on Modern English literature and American literature, on contemporary literature in English and on comparative literature studies should be sent to Prof. Dr. Martin Midekke (, Prof. Dr. Gabriele Rippl ( or Prof. Dr. Hubert Zapf (

Former issues / availability

Former issues can be obtained digitally from the DeGruyter homepage (link to DeGryuter homepage).