Edinburgh Critical Studies in Atlantic Literatures and Cultures

Series Editor(s): Colleen Glenney Boggs, Laura Doyle

This series expands on the rich archive of books published in the Edinburgh Studies in Transatlantic Literatures list between 2005 and 2014. We are expanding on this series in order to highlight the circum-Atlantic reach and global outlook of several books already published in the series, and to convey our keen interest in wider Atlantic-world studies. We continue to welcome books that focus on Great Britain, Ireland and North America, but also wish to signal our interest in publishing outstanding books that give attention to broader geographic, linguistic and cultural contexts and trace their diverse yet interacting histories, communities, and cultural formations.

Thus Edinburgh Studies in Atlantic Literatures and Cultures features research on literary and cultural forms of all regions and circuits of the Atlantic world, including Africa, Europe and the Americas. The editors invite submissions that situate print culture within interconnected Atlantic histories, whether linked by economies, ideas, institutions, laws, struggles, revolutions, diasporas or migrations. We also have an interest in studies that interpret Atlantic-world literary culture within larger global or transhemispheric circuits, provided that the Atlantic world is a salient feature, focus or paradigm. Approaches that theorize Atlantic literary studies are particularly encouraged, but we are dedicated to a multiplicity of methodologies.

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