Conference Proceedings

Symposia, conferences, conventions: Academic life is full of events where researchers gather to exchange their work and ideas. Sadly, they often part ways without making their new insights accessible to the public.

The publication of conference proceedings is the best way of making sure the results of your event are not lost. We offer a range of possibilities to format, print, and distribute the material you and your colleagues gathered.

Here below you find a small collection from our program:

Sprachwissenschaftliche Projekte für den Französisch- und Spanischunterricht
Drahtseilakt Leben
Fischer, Andrea; Gotthardt, Tina; Humberg, Kerstin; Lorenz, Tobias
Drahtseilakt Leben
Junge Forscher zwischen Wissenschaft und Wirklichkeit
Transmissibility and Cultural Transfer: Dimensions of Translation in the Humanities
Stand und Perspektiven der deutschsprachigen Entrepreneurship- und KMU-Forschung
Theater im Dialog: heiter, aufmüpfig und demokratisch
Wiegand, Helmut (Hrsg.)
Theater im Dialog: heiter, aufmüpfig und demokratisch
Deutsche und europäische Anwendungen des Theaters der Unterdrückten
Herausforderungen internationaler Mobilität
Berkenbusch, Gabriele; Weidemann, Doris (Hg.)
Herausforderungen internationaler Mobilität
Auslandsaufenthalte im Kontext von Hochschule und Unternehmen
Anderseck, Klaus und Peters, Sascha A. (Hrsg.)
Beiträge aus Forschung und Praxis


If your university or institute would be interested in establishing a book series with us, please contact our comissioning editor with the details. We will be happy to work with you.

Each of our series has its own, individual design and has its special presentation on our webpages as well as in our book marketing. Books within series profit from special attention through series brochures and subscriptions.

Established series get their own internet pages and are represented at conferences. Very successful series can be augmented by their own journal, e.g. our series Romance Languages and their Didactics and its Journal for Romance Languages and their Didactics.

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