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Zeitschrift für Theologie und Philosophie

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Our journal continues the two traditional journals Theologie und Philosophie (ThPh) and Zeitschrift für katholische Theologie (ZKTh) as an online journal with print option.

Scientific papers in the field of systematic theology and systematic philosophy in German or English can be submitted unsolicited via this website (guidelines for authors). Book reviews have to be clarified in advance with the responsible editor in order to avoid multiple submissions for one book.

Papers in the ZTP are reviewed by at least two experts as part of the double-blind peer review process.

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ATeM Archives of Text and Music Studies

ATeM is a peer-reviewed cultural studies journal dedicated to the interdisciplinary investigation of the multiple facets of text-and-music relations. These include both popular genres (from the classical chanson to rap, from the folk song to pop music, from the musical revue to film music) and genres belonging to the classical music tradition (madrigal, opera, operetta) as well as mixed genres like the musical or the zarzuela situated at the crossroads of high and popular culture. The temporal dimension encompasses all historic periods, with a particular focus on the 20th and 21st centuries. With regard to the cultural and linguistic backgrounds, the focus is on the countries and territories in which Romance languages are spoken.

ATeM is the official publication medium of the Archives of Text and Music Studies located at the University of Innsbruck since 1986. It continues the Bulletin des Archivs für Textmusikforschung (BAT), which was published in print from 1998 to 2015. Research articles to be published in ATeM undergo a peer-reviewing process.

ATeM appears once a year in November or December. All contributions to be taken into consideration in the current year have to respect the Publication Guidelines and must be submitted electronically by June 15. They can be written in German, French, Italian, Spanish or in English where appropriate. Musical examples and references can be integrated in online quotations.

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