Germanica joins

Germanica is a biannual thematic journal focussing on the literature and civilisation of Germanic-speaking countries in the 20th and 21st centuries. The journal is published with the support of the Universités Charles-de-Gaulle Lille 3, d'Artois, du Littoral and de Valenciennes Universities.
The journal was founded in 1985 under the initiative of its first director, Georges Überschlag, professor in Germanic languages and literature (Scandinavian section) at Université Lille 3, and a group of lecturers from this university. The idea is to offer thematic issues on Germanic literature and civilisations in the 20th century, leaving room for Scandinavian and Dutch literature.
Today Germanica joins the collection. Issues become free access after an embargo period of two years. To date, five issues are accessible in full text (nos. 37 to 41); as well as the summaries and reviews of issues published since 2008.