Culture, Literature, and Religion in Greater China book series: Call for submissions
Culture, Literature, and Religion in Greater China is a book series that will showcase high-quality research contributions that are innovative, diverse in subject matter, and challenging to existing critical frames. The series editors are Jianmei Liu (University of Maryland), Ann Huss (Chinese University of Hong Kong), and Xiaofei Kang (George Washington University).
The editors welcome works of an interdisciplinary nature, but also encourage a “return to the classic” (i.e., proposals for more traditional projects, for example, those which cover author studies, conventional literary criticism, and intellectual history.)
Submission Policies: • The editors prefer to consider complete manuscripts. Book proposals are accepted, but should be accompanied by sample chapters. • Edited volumes will be considered, but it is the responsibility of the volume editor(s) to secure all permissions prior to submitting the manuscript. • Most dissertations will require significant revisions to fit into this series.
Please visit www.cambriapress.com to learn more about Cambria’s outstanding publishing program and the experiences of Cambria authors. Proposals may be submitted using the online rapid response form or please feel free to e-mail your book prospectus to firstname.lastname@example.org
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