[Msa-discuss] U Edinburgh series welcomes modernist/postcolonial manuscript submissions

LauraDoyle ldoyle at english.umass.edu
Tue Jan 5 13:48:11 EST 2016

Edinburgh Critical Studies in Atlantic Literatures and Cultures*: 

*A note from series editors* *Laura Doyle, Colleen Glenney Boggs, and 
Andrew Taylor *

The editors of the /Edinburgh Studies in Atlantic Literatures and 
Cultures/ invite book submissions and proposals on all historical 
periods, including postcolonial, modernist, and contemporary.  In 
addition to excellent books on all regions and circuits of the Atlantic 
world, including Africa, Europe, and the Americas, we also publish 
studies that interpret Atlantic-world literary culture within larger 
global or transhemispheric circuits, where the Atlantic world is a 
salient focus or paradigm.  Expanding on the rich archive of books 
published between 2005 and 2014 in the Edinburgh Studies in 
Transatlantic Literatures, this renamed series features research  
situating print culture within interconnected Atlantic histories and 
forms, whether linked by economies, ideas, institutions, laws, 
struggles, revolutions, diasporas or migrations.  We welcome a 
multiplicity of methodologies, and approaches that theorize Atlantic 
literary studies are of  particular interest.

Forthcoming books include Michelle Coghlan's /Sensational 
Internationalism: //The Paris Commune and the Remapping of American 
Memory in the Long Nineteenth Century/. /_Visit the Edinburgh UP booth 
at MLA, or contact one of the series editors_/_/./_

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