Founded 1909 by Heinrich Schröder.
Continued by Franz Rolf Schröder, Heinz Otto Burger, Conrad Wiedemann and Renate Stauf.
Edited by CORD-FRIEDRICH BERGHAHN, in collaboration with Bernhard Huss, Ansgar Nünning, Cornelia Ortlieb and Peter Strohschneider.
Managing Editor: Cord-Friedrich Berghahn
Publication: four times a year
Number of Pages: 480 pp
The Germanisch-Romanische Monatsschrift (GRM) has been founded in 1909 in order to adjust schools and universities on contexts of European literatures and languages. This programme has been maintained basically. GRM is released four times a year, conflicting its historical name (“monthly issue”). The journal includes essays, miscellaneous articles, and book reviews in regard with the Romanesque, Anglo-American, and German literature from the onset to the present day. Especially, the journal focuses on transcultural and comparative questioning. Languages of publication are German (preferred), English, and French.