Scottish Studies International

Publications of the Scottish Studies Centre, Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz in Germersheim

The Scottish Studies International (SSI) series produced by the Faculty of Translation Studies, Linguistics and Cultural Studies of the Johannes Gutenberg University of Mainz in Germersheim, Germany, publishes high-quality research work from across the broad and varied spectrum of Scottish Studies.
Founded in 1982 by the late Professor Horst W. Drescher, the series originally focused on literature and translation studies. Current editor, Professor Klaus Peter Müller, has since extended its scope into the fields of cultural and media studies, a widening of range and perspective that is also reflected in the faculty's bi-annual Scottish Studies Newsletter. The series aims to explore both Scotland's turbulent past and its intriguing present flux in its culture, society, politics, economy, media, art, and literature.
In order to evaluate their suitability for publication, all texts submitted will be peer-reviewed by the general editor as well as by members of the editorial board.
Editor’s Homepage:
Univ.-Prof. Dr. Klaus Peter Müller
Editorial Advisory Board:
Murray Baumgarten, University of California
Ian Campbell, University of Edinburgh
Gerard Carruthers, University of Glasgow
Scott Hames, University of Stirling
Silvia Mergenthal, University of Konstanz
Pierre Morère, Université de Grenoble III
Graeme Morton, University of Guelph
Murray Pittock, University of Glasgow
Barbara Schaff, University of Göttingen
Chris Vanden Bossche, Notre Dame University