New Comparative Criticism is dedicated to innovative research in literary and cultural studies. It invites contributions with a comparative, cross-cultural, and interdisciplinary focus, including comparative studies of themes, genres, and periods, and research in the following fields: world literature, environmental humanities, literary and cultural theory, material and visual cultures, speculative fiction, reception studies, cultural history, comparative gender studies and performance studies, diasporas and migration studies, and transmediality. The series is especially interested in research that articulates and examines new developments in comparative literature, in the English-speaking world and beyond. It seeks to advance methodological reflection on comparative literature and aims to encourage critical dialogue between scholars of comparative literature at an international level.
Editorial Board: Gillian Beer (University of Cambridge), Helena Buescu (University of Lisbon), Laura Caretti (University of Siena), Djelal Kadir (Penn State University), Rosa Mucignat (King’s College London), Danielle Sands (Royal Holloway, University of London), Galin Tihanov (Queen Mary, University of London), Marina Warner (Birkbeck, University of London).