Call for book manuscripts, 'Connected Histories in the Early Modern World' series

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Type: 
Call for Publications
Date: 
October 27, 2016 to October 27, 2020
Subject Fields: 
Early Modern History and Period Studies, Spanish and Portuguese History / Studies, Middle East History / Studies, Latin American and Caribbean History / Studies, World History / Studies

Series editors: Christina H. Lee, Princeton University; Julia Schleck, University of Nebraska - Lincoln

Advisory board: Serge Gruzinski, CNRS (National Center for Scientific Research), Paris; Michael Laffan, Princeton University; Ricardo Padrón, University of Virginia; Elizabeth Rodini, Johns Hopkins University; Kaya Şahin, Indiana University, Bloomington

 

Publisher: Arc Humanities Press

 

This series contributes to our growing understanding of the connectedness of the world during a period in history when an unprecedented number of people—Europeans, Africans, Asians—made transoceanic or other long distance journeys. It explores topics that highlight the cultural impact of the movement of people, animals, and objects at a global scale. The series editors welcome proposals for monographs and collections of essays in English from literary critics, art historians, and cultural historians that address the changes and cross-fertilizations of cultural practices of specific societies. General topics may concern, among other possibilities: cultural confluences, objects in motion, appropriations of material cultures, cross-cultural exoticization, transcultural identities, religious practices, translations and mistranslations, cultural impacts of trade, discourses of dislocation, globalism in literary/visual arts, and cultural histories of lesser studied regions (such as the Philippines, Macau, African societies).

 

Proposals Welcome

The editors invite proposals for book-length studies of an interdisciplinary nature, including but not exclusively, from the fields of history, literature, art and architectural history, and visual and material culture. Consideration will be given to both monographs and collections of essays.