[H-verkko] CFP: Studies in Cultural History: invitation for submissions
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Studies in Cultural History: invitation for submissions
PICKERING & CHATTO Studies in Cultural History
for the International Society of Cultural History
Series editors: Anu Korhonen and Birgitta Svensson
Published with the International Society for Cultural History,
In research and teaching, the vitality of cultural history is
burgeoning, with a variety of interpretations of culture
cross-fertilising between disciplines - history, critical theory,
literature and media, anthropology and ethnology, and many more.
This series focuses on the study of conceptual, affective and
imaginative worlds of the past, and sees culture as encompassing both
textual production and social practice. It seeks to highlight
historical and cultural processes of meaning-making and explore the
ways in which people of the past made sense of their world.
We welcome contributions that are theoretically informed,
conceptually lucid and empirically grounded, relating to the cultural
history of any time period or geographical area. We appreciate
rethinking of cultural and historical concepts, methods, and
theories, and encourage innovative writing and “experimental”
Submissions are invited from established scholars, as well as less
experienced practitioners, working in the field of ‘cultural history’
in its most inclusive sense. Works accepted into the series will be
scholarly monographs and collections of articles (80–100,000 words)
of high quality and originality.
Proposals should be sent (in hard copy and by electronic attachment)
to one of the series editors:
• proposals for edited collections, Prof. Birgitta Svensson, Dep. of
European Ethnology, Nordiska museet, Box 27820, SE - 115 93
Stockholm, Sweden (Birgitta.svensson at nordiskamuseet.se )
• proposals for monographs, Dr. Anu Korhonen, Renvall Institute, PO
Box 59, 00014 University of Helsinki, Finland
(anu.korhonen at helsinki.fi).
The editors will require a detailed proposal of at least 8–10 pages
(including chapter outlines), along with the text of a sample
chapter. For proposal guidelines, please see
It is envisaged that contracts will be offered to the most promising
authors on this basis.
The series will have a wide appeal to scholars working in Cultural
History, whatever their disciplinary background. While the volumes
will be scholarly works of primary research, they should be
accessible to able undergraduates as well as postgraduate researchers
Assoc. Prof. Chris Dixon is Coordinator of the University of
Queensland’s Cultural History Project. His principal research
interests are in American cultural history.
Dr. Anu Korhonen is an Academy of Finland Research Fellow at the
Renvall Institute, University of Helsinki. Her research interests
focus on cultural and gender history of early modern Britain.
Dr. Jürgen Pieters teaches literary theory and theories of cultural
history at the University of Ghent, Belgium.
Prof. Birgitta Svensson is professor of European Ethnology at
Stockholm University and Nordiska museet (Swedish Cultural History
museum). Her research focus on marginalization processes, urban
studies and heritage.
Ilmoituksen lähetti: Agricola <agricola at utu.fi>
Ilmoitus vanhentuu: 31.08.2010