Digital Journal for Philology

Digital Journal for Philology

The 10th anniversary of Textpraxis. Digital Journal for Philology

The current issue #18 of Textpraxis. Digital Journal for Philology marks an important anniversary: For ten years now, Textpraxis has been publishing articles from various philological disciplines. During this time, Textpraxis managed to establish itself as a recognised journal and is currently looking back on a total of 108 published articles in 18 regular issues and four special editions. As editors, we would like to take the 10th anniversary of Textpraxis as an opportunity to express our gratitude. First of all, we would like to thank our predecessors who brought Textpraxis to life. We would also like to thank all authors, reviewers, supporters and readers: They all make a significant contribution to the preservation and success of Textpraxis.

From the very beginning on, our work has been committed to two main goals: As you can see in the following article by Christina Riesenweber, Textpraxis was created in order to provide a platform for exchange between young academics and established researchers. Furthermore, Textpraxis is dedicated to promote open access publishing. Since the very first issue, all content published by Textpraxis has been available for free

The 10th anniversary provides an opportunity to explore further possibilities of digital publishing.

 Starting with the issue #19, which will be published in June 2021, Textpraxis will release an episode of the new podcast Philologie im Gespräch with each new issue. Philologie im Gespräch will be available on www.textpraxis.net as well as on Spotify. We warmly invite you to listen to our teaser here.



Textpraxis publishes contributions from all philological disciplines on the topics of literature and society, theories of literary studies and literary studies and practice. Since Textpraxis is an Open Access Journal, all articles are immediately accessible for free.

A new issue of Textpraxis appears every six months. Responses to articles already published are highly appreciated and will be published continuously.

In the spirit of a collaborative scientific understanding, Textpraxis neglects an anonymous peer review process and instead leads reviewers and authors into a productive dialogue. Registered readers can participate in this dialogue through comments once the article has been published.

More information about Textpraxis can be found under Concept.