Postcolonial Literary Studies

Series Editor(s): David Johnson, Ania Loomba

This series examines how Postcolonial Studies reconfigures the major existing periods and areas of literature. The books relate key literary and cultural texts both to their historical and geographical contexts, and to contemporary issues of neo-colonialism and global inequality. Each volume not only provides a comprehensive survey of the existing field of scholarship and debate, but is also an original critical intervention in its own right.

Each volume includes:

  • A time line
  • A literature survey
  • Discussion of critical, theoretical, historical and political debates
  • Case studies providing exemplary critical readings of key literary texts
  • Guided further reading

We’re not currently seeking proposals for this series, but please feel free to get in touch with the Literary Studies Commissioning Editor to find out about other opportunities in your field.

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