Migrations and Identities
This series offers a forum and aims to provide a stimulus for new research into experiences, discourses and representations of migration from across the arts, humanities and social sciences. A core theme of the series will be the variety of relationships between movement in space – the ‘migration’ of people, communities, ideas and objects – and mentalities (‘identities’ in the broadest sense). It aims to address a broad scholarly audience, with critical and informed interventions into wider debates in contemporary culture as well as in the relevant disciplines. It will publish theoretical, empirical and practice-based studies by authors working within, across and between disciplines, geographical areas and time periods, in volumes that make the results of specialist research accessible to an informed, but not discipline-specific audience. The series is open to proposals for both monographs and edited volumes.
Robin Cohen, ESRC Professorial Research Fellow, Department of International Development, University of Oxford
Gunther Dietz, Professor, Intercultural Education, Universidad Veracruzana, Xalapa
Monika Fludernik, Professor, Englisches Seminar, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität-Freiburg
Andrew Geddes, Professor of Politics, University of Sheffield
Eliga H. Gould, Associate Professor of History, University of New Hampshire
Amy Kaplan, Edward W. Kane Professor of English, University of Pennsylvania
Gerhard Langer, Professor, Centre for Jewish Culture History, Universität Salzburg
Walter D. Mignolo, William H. Wannamaker Professor of Literature and Romance Studies; Professor of Cultural Anthropology, Duke University
Alan Rice, Reader in American Cultural Studies, University of Central Lancashire
John Torpey, Professor of Sociology, CUNY
The editors are currently inviting contributions for three volumes (proposals to be submitted by 1 May 2010). Please click on the link for further information.