Edinburgh Studies in Transatlantic Literatures

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

Modern global culture makes it clear that literary study can no longer operate on nation-based or exceptionalist models. In practice, American literatures have always been understood and defined in relation to the literatures of Europe and Asia. The books in this series work within a broad comparative framework to question place-based identities and monocular visions, in historical contexts from the earliest European settlements to contemporary affairs, and across all literary genres. They explore the multiple ways in which ideas, texts, objects and bodies travel across spatial and temporal borders, generating powerful forms of contrast and affinity. The Edinburgh Studies in Transatlantic Literatures series fosters new paradigms of exchange, circulation and transformation for transatlantic literary studies, expanding the critical and theoretical work of this rapidly developing field.

We’re not currently seeking proposals for this series, but why not consider our other series, Edinburgh Critical Studies in Atlantic Literatures and Cultures or feel free to get in touch with the Literary Studies Commissioning Editor Michelle Houston to find out about other opportunities in your field.

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