Literary and Cultural Studies, Theory and the (New) Media
Literary and Cultural Studies
Literary and Cultural Studies, Theory and the (New) Media provides a forum for discussions on a variety of topics in literary, cultural, and media studies. Open to comparatist approaches, the series main venue is in anglophone literature and media, with a special emphasis on narratological, postcolonial, film and media studies. Dedicated to promoting innovative and theoretically informed analyses, the series publishes monographs as well as edited volumes versed in media and literary theory. It also encourages explorations within, as well as dialogues between, narratological, postcolonial, feminist and queer approaches. Other theoretical approaches (stylistics, New Historicism, ecocriticism, etc.) are welcome as are works on literary and cultural theory.
All volumes in the series are peer-reviewed. Monographs: Only complete manuscripts are accepted for review. Edited volumes: A proposal with two essays is solicited; a final decision will be taken after all the essays have been submitted in their final form. Please address all queries to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Volume 6Monographs 208 Pages
Volume 5Thesis 218 Pages
The Delineation of Mentalities and CollectivesVolume 4Thesis 248 Pages
Volume 3Edited Collection 184 Pages
Volume 2Monographs 219 Pages
Volume 1Thesis 268 Pages