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Herausgeber: K. Beck; C. Eilders; C. Holtz-Bacha; C. Wünsch

ISSN: 0033-4006 (gedruckte Version)
ISSN: 1862-2569 (elektronische Version)

Zeitschriften Nr. 11616

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Professor Dr. Klaus Beck, Berlin
Professor Dr. Christiane Eilders, Düsseldorf
Professor Dr. Christina Holtz-Bacha, Nürnberg
Professor Dr. Carsten Wünsch, Bamberg

1956 mitbegründet von Emil Dovifat, Walter Hagemann, Günter Kieslich
Mitherausgegeben von Wilmont Haacke (1956–1993), Franz Ronneberger (1972–1993), Ulrich Saxer (1985–2001), Wolfgang R. Langenbucher (1972–2006),  Klaus Schönbach (2008–2012), Arnulf Kutsch (1994-2015).

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