BCLA Announces New Book Series
|New Book Series: University College London Press: “Comparative Literature and Culture by BCLA|
Series Editors: Timothy Matthews and Florian Mussgnug Comparative Literature and Culture explores new creative and critical perspectives on literature, art and culture. Contributions offer a comparative, cross-cultural and interdisciplinary focus, showcasing exploratory research in literary and cultural theory and history, material and visual cultures, and reception studies.
The series is also interested in language-based research, particularly the changing role of national and minority languages and cultures, and includes within its publications the annual proceedings of the ‘Hermes Consortium for Literary and Cultural Studies’.Book titles already published include: The Modernist Bestiary: Translating Animals and the Arts through Guillaume Apollinaire, eds. Raoul Dufy and Graham Sutherland; Comparative Perspectives on the Rise of the Brazilian Novel, eds. Ana Cláudia Suriani da Silva and Sandra Guardini Vasconcelos; and Rewriting Language: How Literary Texts Can Promote Inclusive Language Use, by Christiane Luck.
All books are available in open-access format.For information on submitting a proposal, converting a thesis into a monograph, global dissemiantion and impact, please go to
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