CFProposals in Periodical Studies (New Volume) | Brill

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Call for Papers
Subject Fields: 
Early Modern History and Period Studies, Literature

We are excited to share yet another thought-provoking publication in the series, Studies in Periodical Cultures:

Early African Caribbean Newspapers as Archipelagic Media in the Emancipation Age

This volume explores the heterogeneity and evolution of Black newspaper print on the liberal spectrum. It proposes a framework for understanding the emancipatory struggles of the Antiguan “Weekly Registe” in St. John’s and the “Jamaica Watchman” in Kingston.

As part of the Studies in Periodical Cultures series, it focuses on various forms of media in (trans)national contexts. This book series looks at how periodicals evolve in and through networks of people, material infrastructures, media markets, and changing technologies to assess their role for processes of cultural transfer and translation.

Is this your field of research? Brill invites fresh and innovative perspectives.

You are warmly invited to submit your book proposals to the Acquisitions Editor at Brill, Christa Stevens ( 

Contact Info: 

Acquisitions Editor at Brill, Christa Stevens (