Studies in Transnationalism
This series is designed to advance the publication of interdisciplinary research in transnationalism from scholars in history, literature, politics, sociology, geography, and related disciplines in the social sciences and humanities. The series seeks to publish works that trace the ways in which concepts and ideas are expressed across national borders, focusing on imperialism, globalism, cosmopolitanism, diaspora, and other themes of interest in transnational studies. It embraces both established and innovative methodologies and welcomes submissions in various formats, including monographs, textbooks, colloquia, and reference books.
Economics and Foreign Policy, 1942-1957Volume 4Monographs XX, 292 Pages
Racial Identity in the United States-Australian Relationship, 1933-1953Volume 3Monographs X, 194 Pages
Volume 2Monographs XVI, 188 Pages
An Archival Footprint of Trinidad, 1846Volume 1Textbook XVIII, 282 Pages