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Edited by Suzanne Anker and Sabine Flach

Art – Knowledge – Theory is a book series that explores artistic modes of expression as forms of knowledge production. It focuses on transdisciplinary, epistemological and methodological approaches to contemporary art. Linking artistic and scientific practices, tools, techniques and theories, the volumes investigate the cultures of aesthetics and science studies as they relate to works of art.
Art – Knowledge – Theory analyzes the role of art in contemporary culture by probing the philosophical, historical and social parameters by which images are accessed and assessed. As an amplification – as well as intervention or even a correction to historical research, this series questions the state of the art and knowledge within a culture, characterized by technology and science.
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Artes Populares

Studia Ethnographica et Folkloristica

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Edited by Pat Staub

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Edited by Maria C. Zamora

The Asian American Studies series will continue to contribute to an understanding of the long neglected history, rich cultural heritage, and present position of Asian Americans in society. The series encompasses studies on all aspects of the Asian American experience, and we are committed to expanding the traditions of knowledge within the field to address vast Asian American epistemologies, communities, activities, and practices. We are looking for work which explores various facets of a transnational perspective including for example: diaspora, displacement and migratory identities, cultural hybridity, transculturation, comparative race studies, contemporary community issues, immigration politics, nationalisms, and representation. While seeking the highest standards of scholarship, the Asian American Studies series is thus a broad forum for research on diverse and complex Asian American issues.

The Asian American Studies series is committed to interdisciplinary and cross cultural scholarship. The series scope is primarily in the Humanities and Social Sciences. For example, topics in history, literature, culture, philosophy, religion, visual arts, performing arts, sociology, language & linguistics, gender studies, global studies, ethnic studies, etc. would be suitable. The series welcomes both individually authored and collaboratively authored books and monographs as well as edited collections of essays. The series will publish manuscripts primarily in English (although secondary references in other languages are certainly acceptable). Proposals from both emerging and established scholars are welcome.
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Edited by Yoichiro Sato

Asian Pacific Studies, a new policy-oriented academic field, provides abundant knowledge including international politics, social science, business, economics, history, anthropology and environmental studies in the Asia Pacific region. The field encompasses a broad multi- and inter-disciplinary scope, in conjunction with its geographical scope over the broader Asia-Pacific region and its interactions with other regions. Asian Pacific Studies aims to publish books with such disciplinary and geographical scopes.

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Edited by Yoichiro Sato

Asian Pacific Studies, a new policy-oriented academic field, provides abundant knowledge including international politics, social science, business, economics, history, anthropology and environmental studies in the Asia Pacific region. The field encompasses a broad multi- and inter-disciplinary scope, in conjunction with its geographical scope over the broader Asia-Pacific region and its interactions with other regions. Asian Pacific Studies aims to publish books with such disciplinary and geographical scopes.

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Edited by Sandra A. Wawrytko

"The Asian Thought and Culture series is designed to cover three inter-related projects: Asian Classics Translation, including those modern Asian works that have been generally accepted as 'classics'; Asian and Comparative Philosophy and Religion, including excellent and publishable Ph.D. dissertations, scholarly monographs, or collected essays; Asian Thought and Culture in a Broader Perspective, covering exciting and publishable works in Asian culture, history, political and social thought, education, literature, music, fine arts, performing arts, martial arts, medicine, etc."
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Edited by Catherine Resche

Cette collection a pour objet de promouvoir l’’étude des domaines spécialisés à travers les aspects linguistiques, discursifs et culturels qui permettent de les caractériser. Elle accueillera des travaux de recherche rédigés en français qui aborderont des domaines disciplinaires ou professionnels dans une perspective synchronique ou diachronique par le biais de la terminologie, la linguistique, la stylistique, l’’analyse du discours ou d’’un genre particulier. Elle s’’adresse à des chercheurs intéressés par les langues de spécialité, qu’’ils soient spécialistes de langues étrangères, de l’’un des axes précédemment évoqués ou encore de traduction.
Les analyses pourront porter, à titre d’’exemples, sur la néologie, les métaphores constitutives de la théorie d’’un domaine, les aspects rhétoriques, l’’analyse des éléments des discours spécialisés, l’’histoire des idées pour un domaine donné à travers les concepts et leur dénomination, l’’étude des normes et contraintes en vigueur dans un milieu spécialisé à travers le/les discours.
Cette collection accueillera des monographies ou des ouvrages collectifs rassemblant des articles sur un thème donné. Dans les deux cas, les tapuscrits soumis seront évalués de manière anonyme par deux spécialistes du domaine.


Advisory Board/Comité Scientifique:

Lynne Bowker, Université d’’Ottawa
Anne Brunon-Ernst, Université Panthéon-Assas – Paris 2
Pierre Frath, Université de Reims
John Humbley, Université Paris Diderot
François Maniez, Université Lyon 2
Jacqueline Percebois, Aix-Marseille Université
Aurélie Picton, Université de Genève
Wilfrid Rotgé, Université Paris Sorbonne – Paris 4
Sylvie Vandaele, Université de Montréal
Marc van Campenhoudt, Isti, Bruxelles
Michel van der Yeught, Aix-Marseille Université

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Edited by Jürgen Klein

Die Buchreihe "Aspekte der englischen Geistes- und Kulturgeschichte" deckt das gesamte Spektrum der Anglistik ab. Sie umfasst Monographien, Sammelbände und Festschriften über einzelne Epochen und zentrale Begriffe der englischen und irischen Literaturgeschichte. Herausgeber der Reihe ist der Anglist Professor Jürgen Klein, dessen Schwerpunkte unter anderem die anglistische Literaturwissenschaft und Ideengeschichte sind.

Band 32 schließt diese Reihe ab.